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LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease - 16 oz. Can

LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease - 16 oz. Can

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Use Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease on wheel and brake bearings, hinges, pins, winches and anchor chain reels. Protective formula is water insoluble, corrosion resistant, and can handle harsh punishment from the elements. Comes in a 16 oz. can. Lowest Prices for the best tools from LubriMatic. LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease - 16 oz. Can part number L11404 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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LubriMatic Tools - L11404

  • Grease and Lubricants
  • Brake and Bearing Grease
  • LubriMatic
  • Marine Bearing Grease
  • 16 oz
  • Calcium Sulfonate
  • Petroleum-Based

Use Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease on wheel and brake bearings, hinges, pins, winches and anchor chain reels. Protective formula is water insoluble, corrosion resistant, and can handle harsh punishment from the elements. Comes in a 16 oz. can.


16 oz. Can Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease

Special calcium sulfonate complex, water insoluble formula ideal for marine applications. Provides excellent corrosion protection under severe conditions caused by saltwater and air. Use on wheel under bearings (including disc brake wheel bearings), swivel hinges, pins, winches, and anchor chain reels. Rated GC-LB by NLGI #2, drop point 550 degrees F.

11404 16 oz.(1 lb.) can.



11404 LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease - 16 oz. Can





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Customer Reviews

LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease - 16 oz. Can - L11404

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (89 Customer Reviews)

Use Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease on wheel and brake bearings, hinges, pins, winches and anchor chain reels. Protective formula is water insoluble, corrosion resistant, and can handle harsh punishment from the elements. Comes in a 16 oz. can.

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This is the correct lubricant for your boat trailer bearings and etrailer has it. 891769



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Great 884686



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Shipping was a little slow but with all that is going on in the world I guess that is expected. Product was an exact match and fit. Bearing tool was definitely a good buy and seems to be a quality product that will last as many times as I will need it. Having the install videos on your website was also a great help. Thanks! 855094



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Perfect! 837082



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Did the job 820553



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Would recommend this for all bearings. 801326



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Customer service was awesome. 740257



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Everything arrived early and exactly as described! 713520



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I ordered some wheel bearings, some bearing buddies, and some grease to redo my axles. Everything shipped together and very fast. Best prices around. Very knowledgeable staff. 700577



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It worked 693064



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Everything works, all parts needed were there, and the instructional videos were exactly what was needed for a first-timer! 688241



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All of these are working out really well. I especially like the Fulton spare tire carrier, mounted on the trailer tongue towards the front---gives about 1.5 inches of clearance between the boat and the mounted spare tire. The adjustable height of the mounting arm was really a nice feature for my application. I've use Lubrimatic marine grease for years, and expect long life from this brand. The Bow Stop has the perfect angle to receive the bow of my 1970 classic Glastron Futura V 153, and so far appears to be non-marring to the finish of the boat. Very happy with all of these items! 681272


Comments
The Lubrimatic marine grease works great-just be sure that if your trailer tires are submerged when launching a boat that the hubs are pumped full of grease to prevent any water seepage into the hubsbearings.
RON S - 08/03/2020

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Excellent product, works on many other applications! 672115



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Wish I would have ordered more... 668886



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Awesome Grease 639071


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What a great product!
Byron S - 05/07/2020

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The products that I ordered arrived on time and were packaged very well. Everything was as described and fit well. I am very happy with the product and service that was provided. If I need more parts or items etrailer will by on my list to check out. 638164



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Works great 629133



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Great service and products 608481



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Good parts 604199



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Excellent grease 603883



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The right parts 604186


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    I wouldn't be able to identify the grease you have based on just what you listed but I can tell you that there isn't a single grease that is compatible with everything. Most likely you have a marine grease in your hubs like the Lubrimatic # L11404 that you referenced but it's hard for me to determine this only based on what you listed. This would be a great choice when it's time to repack your bearings/hub. Also you should note that using bearing buddies to add grease to a hub that doesn't...
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  • Compatibility of Lubrimatic Grease with Other Grease Types
    The Lubrimatic marine wheel bearing grease you mention uses a calcium sulfonate base. Grease that uses that type of base is indeed compatible with lithium complex grease, according to the compatibility chart you mentioned. To see the chart, use the provided link and scroll down toward the bottom of the page.
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    For a wheel bearing grease that is compatible with an aluminum-complex base grease and you would want UltraLube Biobased LMX Red Grease # L11390. This grease is lithium-complex based and is compatible with aluminum-complex based greases. I attached installation instructions for this product for you to check out. The LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease # L11404 that you referenced has a calcium sulfonate base and would not be compatible with the aluminum-complex grease you...
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  • Is the Base Compound of Lubrimatic Marine Grease Compatible with Lithium Grease
    I spoke with my contact at Lubrimatic and found that they are compatible. The Lubrimatic marine grease is a calcium sulfonate base that is compatible with the lithium complex grease you are currently using. We actually have an FAQ article that covers this very subject. In the article there is a handy table that lists the compatibility of various grease formulations. I have included a link to the FAQ for you.
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  • What is the Base of Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease
    The marine bearing grease like # L11404 has a base of calcium sulfonate complex. It is not cooper or lithium based. It is compatible with Barium Complex, Calcium Stearate, Lithium complex, and Polyurea (LUB-LM Type). I have included a link to our FAQ article on grease and grease compatibility for you.
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  • Grease Recommendation to Meet Pressure, Temperature and NLGI Specifications
    I forwarded your grease requirements to my contact at Plews Edelman, the our grease supplier, and he recommended the LubriMatic LMX Industrial Strength Grease, # L11390. This grease was designed for extreme pressure, meets the NLGI number 2 specification, has a drop point of 510 degrees F and will work in below freezing temperatures. We offer this grease in a 14 oz cartridge that fits standard grease guns like part # L30200. This is not a marine grease, but it is highly water insoluble...
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  • Would LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease # L11404 be Enough for 6 Hub Assemblies
    The LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease # L11404 would easily be enough grease for your 6 hub assemblies plus some extra for the future. You are correct though. Pack the bearing by hand and then use the EZ lube fitting to fill it the rest of the way up. I attached a video to this page that covers bearing packing as well.
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    Hubs do have different depths. The key to choosing the right hub is matching up the weight capacity needed for the axle and matching the bearing set used. This ensures they will fit properly on your spindles and be able to handle the load put on them. You also want to match your wheel bolt pattern. All of our hubs are linked for you. It is best to service trailer bearings at regular intervals, as outlined in the linked article. It is possible that the bearings failed from inadequate...
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  • Can Copper Grease Be Used in Trailer Hubs
    Copper grease is an anti-seize compound and not a lubricant so I cannot recommend you use it for your boat trailer hubs. Instead I would recommend you go with Red grease like part # L11390 as this is the highest quality grease for trailer hubs. It resists water and heat better than multi-purpose grease.
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    As someone who has knowingly overloaded a trailer out of necessity, I completely understand your thought process here, but I think I have a better option for you that will save you both time and money in upgrading to electric-over-hydraulic discs brakes on your existing 6K axles. I wouldn't install 8K axles for two reasons, suspension stiffness and drum size. The suspension on an 8K axle will be significantly stiffer than a 6K axle and this will create more jarring and a rougher ride...
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  • Can Marine Wheel Bearing Grease Be Used In a Utility Trailer
    Yes, you can use marine wheel bearing grease in both your boat and utility trailer. It will not hurt anything at all to use marine wheel bearing grease in your utility trailer. The only real difference between the two greases is that the marine wheel bearing grease is much more hydrophobic so it repels water more effectively. However, marine wheel bearing grease is typically less cost effective than just standard wheel bearing grease which is why everyone just doesn't use marine wheel bearing...
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    I would remove the hubs and clean the bearings and the inside of the hubs. Just adding grease will allow any impurities that have entered the hub to remain in there with your bearings. Water, sand, salt and other road grime inevitably work their way into the bearings and will eventually cause damage if the bearings are not cleaned. You also get the added benefit of being able to inspect the bearings, races, hubs and brakes for wear or damage. Knowing that your trailer is in good shape...
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