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

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

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (71 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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The products were ordered on Sunday night late, delivered by Wednesday. Converting drum surge brakes to disc, electric over hydraulic on a boat trailer for 26ft Sea Ray boat. I had everything including Titan brake actuator, 4 kodiac rotor and caliper conversion kits with bearings, and new lines installed by Thursday evening. Installation was straight forward, everything fit perfectly. One of the calipers was malfunctioning (not releasing). I called customer service and I had a new one within two days, it's now installed and working great!! Great product! Awesome service!! 340161



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I received the products I ordered on the date and time that was stated and all were in perfect shape. etrailer is the only place to by parts and supplies if your a diy person so far they have been great! 467835



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I have to say it's an absolute pleasure dealing with etrailer. Not only did my package arrive on time as promised but the experience of dealing with the people at etrailer such as Tommy and Dani made it that much more of fun experience. There was not a problem with answering my questions if they did not know the answer they found out the answer and got back in touch with me. Their prices are great their products are good quality and there's so many good things to say about the company that I could go on and on. Keep up the good work and I will be doing all my trailer business with etrailer. Just check out their website and see how much more they have to offer. 402696



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The Marine Corrosion control grease is awesome. I used in the knuckles of my 4 wheeler and I am very pleased with the results. Ordered it on Sunday from etrailer.com and it was at my door on Wednesday. I can't say enough about great customer service. 394240



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Fit as promised. Been in service for the past year with no issues. The customer service was great and,when in need of more trailer parts, you will be the supplier of those parts. Thanks Tom 435635



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I purchased this grease to use when I replaced the brake and wheel assemblies on my 1993 boat trailer. The grease worked well and has held up well after dunking. Just as advertised. 392378


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The items mentioned are still working well. I have been so pleased with my etrailer purchases that we bought 4 new tires and rims from you this spring. Paid less for 4 tires and rims than the local dealer wanted for two tires, no rims.

Gary - 06/13/2018

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It's grease. After 2 days, it still seems to be working OK. 132670


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The bearing hasnt seized 12 months and 20 miles later.

Geoff - 05/27/2015

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I've been in business for over 20 years servicing trailers, and Lubri Matic Marine Grease is the only grease I use and suggest for my boat trailer customers. 500027



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chose calcium sulphonate complex as the best grease for my boat trailer, but it is hard to find. The Lubrimatic product seems to be the easiest to find. Found and ordered it from etrailer and was not surprised at how fast it was delivered. these people do a great job. 303635



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Awesome Grease 639071



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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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Just received thé seals and grease, delivered as promised and parts are ok. Retired 4 years ago, I was à sales rep. For a trailer parts and hitches distributor in Canada. While in Florida, I get my parts from etrailer, thé best distributor in thé U.S. pics Will be sent when I do thé job. 584796



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works Great on my boat trailer bearings. 565853



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High quality marine grease. Nice and t hick. 565128



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Good stuff 550986



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Everything was excellent regarding this purchase. I would definitely purchase here again. 513335



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Correct parts arrived very fast, prices are great, customer service second to none. I don't believe I'll be shopping for trailer parts anywhere else. You guys hit it out of the park! Thank you 512644



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Great product and great service 512124



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I bought this to pack the bearings on my new electric brakes I installed on my boat trailer. Hopefully it will work well, I know this brand has been around for a while. It is somewhat greasy when using, just kidding. 508410



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It's grease, what can I say! Worked as intended 496698



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I have used this brand of Marine grade trailer grease in the past - actually I have been using LubriMatic greases for as long as they have been in business and they have never let me down. 473199



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Best wheel bearing grease for marine applications, at a good price. Very quick shipping. 458971



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As has been my experience with ETRAILER in the past, I have received quality products exactly as ordered in a very timely manner. Communications from ETRAILER, namely George J. has made my purchasing pleasant and secure. Dennis M. 453331



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What can I say, it’s grease. etrailer is hands down the best I have dealt with. SUPER fast shipping and GREAT customer service! 451687



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Great products and service/follow up. I give them 4 1/2 stars. 431578



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Quick and personal service - thank you for having a human being available for questions! Everything arrived in less than a week. Will order from etrailer.com again! 408743



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What can I say, it's grease, slippery and sticky which it should be. I picked this because it will be for marine use, fresh water only, I expect even with the hard use it will get the grease will last at least a year, time will tell how well it works, will still check other trip. etrailer.com packed this with the other parts well, nothing damaged. 405948


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The grease seems to be holding fast and not breaking down with heat. So far so good.

Gary B - 07/15/2018

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Used as directed with no problems. 395874



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Very prompt and courteous service. Excellent product! 379640



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I'm a first timer to Etrailer. They do an excellent job on their web site explaining their products. The products I received seem to be fine , although I haven't got to actually test them yet. I will be back when I need anything for my trailers. 375596



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These fit perfectly, were priced reasonably and work great. Give Nicki a raise.... 371574



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Works as expected 366979



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etrailer ROCKS! great service, great products, and the customer service is the best! They make sure your purchasing the correct product for your project the first time. 367030



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Works great. 363858



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Good product 355988



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Works well for repacking bearings and hubs on my boat trailer. 347782



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Works great 346450


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All these products have worked great. I really like that the breaks are self adjusting. You will be the first place I look when I need trailer parts

Mike S - 02/27/2018

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Extremely fast service. But from them multiple times highly recommend with fast delivery 347170



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Good prices in trailer tired and fast delivery. All Items arrived safely. 341911


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All the items worked out well. I will buy from you again.

Bill K - 02/20/2018

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Good 329902



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Great prices and extremely fast shippin g. 324298



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Great! 303479



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Ok 295972



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Quality party that was a perfect fit. 290520



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This is the first time I've every used this grease and I've yet to have the trailer in the water. Its' too early to tell how it will hold up. 261273


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