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LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease - Red - 16-oz Can

LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease - Red - 16-oz Can

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This LubriMatic lithium-complex based grease meets high-temperature requirements for wheel bearings for all disc and drum brake applications. Fastest Shipping and Great prices for LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease - Red - 16-oz Can. Read our customer reviews of LubriMatic lubricants sealants adhesives. Call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service or order your lubricants sealants adhesives part number L11380 by LubriMatic online at
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LubriMatic Lubricants Sealants Adhesives - L11380

  • Grease
  • Brake and Bearing Grease
  • Standard Bearing Grease
  • 16 oz
  • Lithium Complex-Based
  • LubriMatic
  • Polyurea - Conventional

This LubriMatic lithium-complex based grease meets high-temperature requirements for wheel bearings for all disc and drum brake applications.


  • Resists high temperatures
  • Formulated with lithium-complex thickeners for high heat applications
  • Rated GC-LB by the NLGI - the highest possible rating in its class
  • Made in the USA


  • Quantity: 16-oz (1-lb) can
  • Application: wheel bearings for disc brake and drum brake applications
  • NLGI grade: #2 (about the consistency of peanut butter)
  • Drop point: 500 degrees F
  • Meets Ford specification MIC 198-A

PRIMGHTG16 Plews & Edelmann LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temp Wheel Bearing Grease for Disk and Drum Brake Applications - 16-oz Can - Red

Compares to LubriMatic L10333

Replaces 11380

Recommended for GM part number: 1051344

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LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease - Red - 16-oz Can - L11380

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (117 Customer Reviews)

This LubriMatic lithium-complex based grease meets high-temperature requirements for wheel bearings for all disc and drum brake applications.


Upon inspection if receiving my recent order I noticed that the packaging was sub par at best. The box didn't seem to be visually damaged externally, however the inside told a different story I ordered 2 sets of electronic brakes. Some hardware and a tub of packing grease. If you see the pictures attached, everything was thrown into a massive box without proper packing material and some of the items show signs of shipping damage. Some brakes were out of alignment and the grease canister was smashed almost to the point or rupture. For such a big company I would expect a little more care to be given to the several hundred dollars worth of parts in my order.


Delivered on time. Although I have not installed the new brake shoes I'm confident they are exactly what I needed.


Matched OEM perfectly


Great product,and excellent service from you folks.


Really high viscosity. Nice should hold up really well. Thanks.


Wheel Grease was as Expected.


If you need wheel bearing grease this is for you


There were no part numbers on my utility trailer's bearings and the part numbers on the hubs were not matching anything I could find online. I called eTrailer and spoke with Ashley. She did a great job at mapping over exactly what new part numbers I needed and had them shipped out; she was super helpful and patient. Everything fits and is working perfectly with my new ST175/80/D13 wheels and tires on my 5x8 2000 Eagle Utility Trailer. Prices are good and service was excellent. If eTrailer should improve on anything it should be the packaging. One of the new hub dust covers was bent/dented but still usable. Still worth a 5 star rating!



Been towing that little trailer around for over a year with heavy loads and the parts I ordered/installed are holding up perfecty. Thanks again.


Not even 2 years after install all rusty. Electric brake pin broke due to rust.
Impossible To remove 4 bolt holding connector due To rust. I do not recommend


time will tell if the grease is good.


Happy with product. Canister was damaged in shipment from being shipped in same box as heavy leaf springs, but etrailer quickly sent out replacement item of charge!! GREAT customer service!!!!!


have not repacked my wheel bearings yet,but looks like a quality grease with the proper rating for trailer axle bearings.

Scott A.


very high quality working great.


I'm giving this grease a high rating mainly because it is being sold/recommended by etrailer. I think the only truly valid evaluation of any lubricant would be in strictly controlled laboratory conditions, such as electron microscope examination of wear patterns on bearing surfaces, changes in axial and lateral tolerances after a given number of revolutions or elapsed time parameters, etc. Otherwise, improper installation protocols, like over- or under tightening of axle nuts, overloading of the bearings, worn and leaky seals, etc. could be the true causes of bearing failures. All I can report is that there was no evidence of viscosity inconsistency or difficulty in application.


Excellent grease to deal with.


Seems to be good grease. The important thing for me personally was that the support people at Etrailer educated me to learnt that there is a difference between bearing grease and HIGH Temperature bearing grease. They made sure I had the right product for repacking the bearing on my car trailer!!!


I enjoy working with this grease. It's not to thick or not too thin.


I was very happy with the bearing order. It was delivered at my shop about 1:00 PM the next day. The price was good and the PR was exemplary. I wish you could have cross referenced my bearing numbers to be able to identify the brake drum/hub. My neighborhood provider cross-referenced it within 15 seconds and sold me a pair of drums. He identified my axles providing me with the brand name and capacity. This may be a service you may want to research about providing your customers. In prior orders, you have provided great service and immediately corrected an error. I really appreciated that dependability. Thanks.


Order arrived very quickly. Placed on Friday, arrived on Tuesday from Mo to Pa. Items were packed well and arrived in good condition. Upon initial inspection all items appear of good quality. Ordered tires, brakes with backing plates, hubs ,seals and grease. Haven't installed any items yet, but I am sure I will have no issues. Free shipping is a plus. Additionally unlike other free shipping offers that are out on the back burner for a week, order was processed and shipped promptly. I have recommended etrailer to friends and would highly recommend them to anyone.


Good service and shipped quickly.
product to use. I just don't like the hand packing.
Hard to take a picture when your all greased up

Marvin L.


For this follow up a year later, I need to pack the bearings again. Only thing I wish I had bought more so I dont have the down time of waiting. E-TRAILER is my source for parts for my trailer. Good price and delivery times.

Patrick B.


Thanks for the great feedback, have fun packing the bearings.


Grease can arrived in great condition. Applied to bearings well.
etrailer answered questions about which grease to purchase for
my trailer. Thank You etrailer.


the grease was used on the
trailer, it looks good but only miles will tell.
I am very happy with the service and phone call from the company. The call was to clarify my order. This is five orders over a few years.


This wheel bearing grease worked fine for my Airstream trailer wheels.


The L11380 Lubrimatic wheel bearing grease is a quality product, I have used for a long time.


Just starting my new business I knew I would have to do things myself to save money. Etrailer Made it simple with one phone call. Lori was knowledgeable and easy to talk to and I saved hundreds ordering from them. My local trailer sales and service was triple the price.

Thanks etrailer.


There might be a better wheel bearing grease out there somewhere but I like this grease.

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