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Kodiak Synthetic Bearing Oil for Oil Bath Hubs - 8 oz Bottle

Kodiak Synthetic Bearing Oil for Oil Bath Hubs - 8 oz Bottle

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  • Bearing Oil
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  • (1) 8 Ounce bottle of synthetic 90 weight oil
  • For oil bath hubs

XLPROLUBE Kodiak Synthetic Bearing Oil for Oil Bath Hubs - 8 oz Bottle





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Connie: Hey, guys. How's it going Connie here at etrailer.com. We're going to be taking a look at the Kodiak synthetic bearing oil today. So our bearing oil here comes in a nice little convenient eight ounce bottle.Keep in mind for installation, the only thing we're really going to need is a pair of gloves, because we want to avoid getting this on our skin. We're also going to need some sort of pry tool such as a screwdriver, so you can pry free the cap on our oil bath hubs.So the biggest question you're probably wondering is how much you need. And that's going to be based on how many axles and how many hubs we have.

Now for our fifth wheel trailer here, it has two 7,000 pound axles. But what we found is about one and a half bottles is going to be enough to fill all four of our hubs here. So you can keep that in mind and order the amount that you need based on the number of trailer axles you have.So our bearing oil is going to be designed specifically for Kodiak oil bath hubs. However, it can be used with pretty much any other manufacturer's hubs as well. You just need to verify that the weight rating of the oil is correct.

This oil has a 90-weight, which is going to work for most trailer, brake hubs here, such as these Kodiak. So as long as you verify with your manufacturer, you should be able to use this no matter what brand of hubs you have.So with regards to oil versus grease lubrication, I definitely prefer the oil. It is a little bit less cost-effective than grease. But however, I'm sure if you've messed with grease, it gets really messy. It can be a pain in the butt to do your yearly maintenance.

In regards to the oil bath here, it's not going to be messy at all. It's going to be super simple, therefore maintenance is going to be a lot easier.In order to properly service our hubs here, what we're going to want to do is first, we're going to remove our rubber cap here. Going to pry that off, and that's going to allow us access so we can fill our hubs here. So then once we have the cap off, what we're going to do is, we're going to take our nozzle here. We're going to point it inside this little opening here, and then we're going to gently squirt in our oil while we're turning our hub at the same time.Now, we don't want to make big squirts.

Just want to slowly let it out as we're rotating the hub. Once we feel we have a good amount in there, we can go ahead and stop and let the fluid settle. What we're looking here for is a slow drip out of the bottom opening here. So once we get the slow drip there, we know they're full. We can put our cap back on.However, if you're doing a new installation, chances are, you're going to need to repeat this process a couple times to let all the oil sit down and go back in the hubs here. So, it looks like we could add a little more here. So, then we're going to stop. What we're looking for here is just a little bit to start dripping out.Once that does so, you can go ahead and wipe that off, put our cap back on. You can see here, we do have a little bit coming out there at the end there, which is perfect. Just what we want. You don't want to make a big mess right now. So, just going to clean that up. And we can insert our cap or our plug back into the cap, just like that.So we went ahead and let our hub sit a little while to let the oil work into the hubs here. We didn't need to add any more here. You can see, we have a perfect fill line, which is going to be right below the plug on our cap here. So now we know we have the perfect amount of fluid in order to properly lubricate our bearings.So overall, our oil bath lubrication here is going to be a lot less messy or easier to maintain than our grease lubrication, which is why I prefer upgrading if applicable. For our particular trailer here that we're upgrading the disc brakes on, there is an application for both grease and oil. So if you have the extra funds, I definitely recommend checking out oil bath lubrication here and using our Kodiak synthetic bearing oil. And that's going to do it for our look at the Kodiak synthetic bearing oil.


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Kodiak Synthetic Bearing Oil for Oil Bath Hubs - 8 oz Bottle - XLPROLUBE

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)


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Product seems to be great quality. Only time will tell. However, I would like to provide a review of etrailer's customer service. I made a mistake on the shipping selection online, so I called customer service. It was outstanding! Issue taken care of quickly and professionally. The item shipped, and was received, in a very short time. I am well pleased with this transaction, and would highly recommend etrailer to anyone who asks.



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Easy to use with tip out spout on cap and easy to store as it is a small size container.



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very expensive. about $ 4.00 an ounce. Couldn't find elsewhere. (Including Frt.)



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Great product, bearings run 20 to 30 degrees cooler.



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The whole Kodiak bearing oil system is the best. I have changed all my trailers over to this system and I highly recommend it. You will not be disappointed.



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Products received as ordered in a timely manner. Ordering process easy. Highly recommend etrailer for your trailer needs.



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    The Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-285-10UC3-A you were looking at is an oil bath hub designed to be used with oil such as the # XLPROLUBE and not grease like a standard hub. The oil cap included with this hub can be ordered by itself as part number # RG04-230. I included videos of the products mentioned for you to take a look at.
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