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Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 1980A-SS w/ Auto Check - Stainless Steel (Pair)

Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 1980A-SS w/ Auto Check - Stainless Steel (Pair)

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Great for marine applications; the stainless steel construction provides the best in corrosion resistance. The design makes Bearing Buddy an easy way to protect your bearings by keeping water out and ensuring enough grease is in the hub. Lowest Prices for the best trailer bearings races seals caps from Bearing Buddy. Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 1980A-SS w/ Auto Check - Stainless Steel (Pair) part number BB1980A-SS can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Bearing Buddy Trailer Bearings Races Seals Caps

  • Caps
  • Bearing Protector Grease Cap
  • Bearing Buddy
  • 1.98 Inch

Great for marine applications; the stainless steel construction provides the best in corrosion resistance. The design makes Bearing Buddy an easy way to protect your bearings by keeping water out and ensuring enough grease is in the hub.


Features:

  • Replaces the grease cap in the axle hub
  • Prevents wheel-bearing failure
    • Keeps water and dirt out of hubs and bearings
    • Allows boat trailer wheels to be completely submerged
    • Stops corrosion and pitting on bearings
  • Provides easily accessible grease fitting
    • Makes adding grease to the bearings quick and simple
  • Maintains slight, controlled pressure (3 psi) with spring-loaded piston, preventing water from entering hub
  • Allows visual monitoring of grease levels with blue indicator ring
    • Ring sits flush with top of cylinder when full
    • If ring is below top, add grease to move piston outward 1/8"
  • Prevents overfilling and rear seal damage with automatic pressure-relief feature
    • Grease seeps around piston edges and into barrel when full
  • Constructed of stainless steel
    • Ensures longer-lasting fit than plastic or aluminum products
  • Includes rubber covers
  • Installs easily
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Fits 1.980" hub bore
    • Works with outer bearing models L-44643, L-44649 and L-44640
    • Works with outer bearing cup (race) model L44610
      • Commonly found on 2,000-lb, 2,500-lb and 3,500-lb Dexter axles
  • Lifetime warranty


Bearing Buddy installed diagram

Bearing Buddy Operation

Replace your existing grease cap with a Bearing Buddy to ensure a safe, easy way to monitor and control the level of grease in your axle hub. To adjust the amount of grease in the hub, use a grease gun to add more through the appropriate fitting. Adding grease moves the Bearing Buddy spring-loaded piston outward 1/8".

The O-ring inside the barrel of the Bearing Buddy maintains a seal from the outside. The interior of the Bearing Buddy is pressurized, preventing water from entering the barrel and diluting the grease.

An automatic pressure-relief feature is built into the Bearing Buddy. When the device is full, grease will seep around the edges of the piston and into the barrel. This prevents overfilling that can damage the inner seal.

The blue indicator ring allows you to visually monitor the amount of grease in your hub. The ring should sit flush with the top of the cylinder. If the ring is below the top of the cylinder, add grease until the piston moves 1/8" outward.



42208 Bearing Buddy Model 1980A-SS w/ Auto Check - Stainless Steel (Pair)

Item # BB1980A-SS






Customer Reviews

Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 1980A-SS w/ Auto Check - Stainless Steel (Pair) - BB1980A-SS

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (505 Customer Reviews)

Great for marine applications; the stainless steel construction provides the best in corrosion resistance. The design makes Bearing Buddy an easy way to protect your bearings by keeping water out and ensuring enough grease is in the hub.

- BB1980A-SS
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These grease caps save a lot of time and time is money. No more pulling the wheels and hubs to grease the bearings. Easy installation and a lot better fit than the original caps. Highly recommend. 690184


Comments
First rate and a big labor saver. Easy install. Just make sure you get them properly seated.
William - 08/17/2020

97429

- BB1980A-SS
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Made of what appears to be good quality material, fit well, and accept grease easily. 699456



- BB1980A-SS
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The best and easiest way to keep your trailer or camper lubed. Simple to install and no mess to grease the wheel bearings. 682368



- BB1980A-SS
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Have used these for years and are better than regular but they still fall off on rough roads. Probably because they are heavy. I find the indicators very useful as they let me know when there is grease pressure in the hubs. 150,000 salt water trailer miles without a bearing failure! 198604


Comments
The set was purchased because one of mine fell off the hub. Product works OK but they still leak grease over time and require constant attention to keep appropriately filled. Worst mistake is to completely fill a hub with cold grease . Insures the hot grease will pop off the Buddy or expel the grease.
thlamers - 05/29/2016

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- BB1980A-SS
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Love how easy it is to keep the wheel bearings greased with these Bearing Buddy's. Just pop the cover off, hook up the grease gun, a few quick pumps, and the bearings are ready for another season. The blue inside plate moves out as the grease goes in so you do not over fill the bearing. Slid the cover back on and you are done. 657213


Comments
This product has proven it is the best choice for the job of keeping my utility trailer rolling trouble free.
Arctic P - 06/14/2020

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- BB1980A-SS
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This is the original BEARING BUDDY made in PUERTO RICO - That's made in America! I have found these to be of unsurpassed quality. The size is critical, and BEARING BUDDY makes their parts to a very high accuracy. I have an old used trailer from the 1970s of unknown origin. I was able to measure the hub hole size with a set of vernier calipers and then find the matching bearing buddy within a few thousandths of an inch. Round your size UP not down, as you can always fine adjust the size with file. I DID NOT have to do any of that, and my BEARING BUDDYs installed easily using a hammer and block of wood. I would give this product a 100% review. It is so convenient to grease your bearings that they should NEVER FAIL due to lack of lubrication. 719438



- BB1980A-SS
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Great product and terrific service. 609466



- BB1980A-SS
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Work as advertised, removed the BB the other day to inspect, no sign of water intrusion. BB coupled with the double lip grease seals are the ticket to long bearing life. 680093



- BB1980A-SS
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These are well made and allow me to keep my boat trailer lubed and ready to roll. 694324



- BB1980A-SS
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Simply fantastic service. Adjusted my order on the fly and made sure it got to me on time, for a hassle free long-distance trip. Thank you Carol! As for the product -- I went with 1980 SS in the end. Easy to install, load with grease. My trailer's wheels were blissfully silent across an 800 mile round trip. (Now to return the ones I didn't need...) 692547



- BB1980A-SS
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Not much to say, fit as intended, looked good, easy to order, timely delivery 663853



- BB1980A-SS
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I ordered a (difficult to find) trailer wheel hub & a pair of Bearing Buddies to match. I paid only for standard shipping but they arrived promptly in 2 days. The items were safely packaged and appear to be of good quality! I recommend eTrailer as a reliable source for parts! 676698



- BB1980A-SS
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Needed hubs for 1958 TEE NEE boat trailer, the old hub was blown apart making it difficult to identify, I called their number and spoke with Donna. You don't often come across a parts rep as personable, experienced and professional, as she guided me to the proper hub set needed. I waited on the review until I had the opportunity to replace the hubs. Happy to say company communication was excellent, delivery was fast and everything fit perfectly and was fairly simple install. Thank you Donna! 692038



- BB1980A-SS
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I have a set of Bearing Buddy’s that have been on a utility trailer of mine for 22 years. Now granted it doesn’t get a huge amount of miles each year, but it’s a fair amount.Not once in those twenty two years have I inspected the bearings. I just keep them full of grease, which is so easy. I decided to put a set on my camper so that I could check my grease level at a glance, know that water will never make its way in, easily top off with grease and keep my hubs full, and only have to do a full tear down and inspection of my bearings every four to five years. It’s a no brainer for me. Install can’t be any easier. 700281



- BB1980A-SS
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A must for any trailer! Lost one of mine so need to replace.. 898715



- BB1980A-SS
by: 09/18/2020

I installed these on my boat trailer. They are easy to install and should protect the wheel bearings from water intrusion. Over the years I have seen many boat trailers parked on the side of the highway with a failed wheel bearing. This is often caused by water getting into the bearings. 883276



- BB1980A-SS
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Like always.....Great product and well built 881282



- BB1980A-SS
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Quick shipping, Quality product. Have used Bearing Buddies for over 40 years. Works as advertised. 871577



- BB1980A-SS
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Just put e'm on yesterday, haven't gone anywhere yet. 870797



- BB1980A-SS
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They are quality parts but i hit a huge pot hole and bottomed out the trailer which sent one of them flying down the road. considering how difficult they were to install im quite frankly amazed it was possible to fall off. Still, I replaced with another one and am happy to say as long as you avoid potholes greater than 6" deep these are a good way to make greasing your trailer axels easier. 869528



- BB1980A-SS
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Excellent build quality, this thing should last forever. Works as advertised. 865110



- BB1980A-SS
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A+++++ Great web page with all products well organized and easy to navigate thru. Excellent tutorials for your products way to go in this digital era. Easy purchase, fast delivery, good products with compatible prices. Your order follow up excellent. I can say enough all pertinent information well displayed and well organized. Other companies should follow you guys as a template. Good doing business with you, I recommend your services to anyone I feel that I got great value for my money, thank you. 864748



- BB1980A-SS
by: 08/13/2020

Renovated trailer with these. Problem free. 80 mph 6 hours each way. Cool as a cucumber. 861192



- BB1980A-SS
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860198



- BB1980A-SS
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parts arrived on time, looking forward to installing them 858317


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Ask the Experts about this Bearing Buddy Trailer Bearings Races Seals Caps

  • Picking Out Bearing Buddy for Harbor Freight Trailer
    In order to pick out the correct bearing buddy you will need know the pilot hole of your hub. To do this, remove the wheel and tire and remove the grease cap from the center of the hub. Usually it is a metal cap that is just lightly hammered into place. Use a screwdriver to pry off the cap. Clean the grease off and measure the opening. I have included a video demonstrating the Bearing Buddy. The Bearing Buddies # BB1980A-SS for example are for hubs with a 1.98 inch hub bore.
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  • Dexter 8-247-Hub Bearing Buddy and Bearing Kit Fit
    Yes the Bearing Buddy part # BB1980A-SS is correct for the Dexter hub you have # 8-247-50UC3 and then for the bearing kit part # BK2-100 is also correct! You made my job easy.
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  • What is the Length of the 1.980" Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB1980A-SS
    I have linked a picture showing that the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB1980A has a full length of 1-3/16" while the part that inserts into the hub is 5/16". This means that the Bearing Buddy will stick out 7/8" from your hub. The only difference between the Bearing Buddy # BB1980A and the Bearing Buddy # BB1980A-SS that you referenced is that the former is chrome plated while the latter is stainless steel. They both have the same dimensions though.
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  • Difference Between Bearing Buddy 1980 Models
    The model 1980 Bearing Buddy simply means that they fit a 1.980 inch hub bore. There is one difference of note between Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB1980A (Chrome Plated) or # BB1980A-SS (Stainless Steel) and the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB1980T-SS which is that the latter - with the "T" in the part number - means that it is threaded and fits internally threaded hubs.
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  • How to Pick Out Bearing Buddy
    In order to pick out the correct bearing buddy you will need know the pilot hole of your hub. To do this, remove the wheel and tire and remove the grease cap from the center of the hub. Usually it is a metal cap that is just lightly hammered into place. Use a screwdriver to pry off the cap. Clean the grease off and measure the opening. I have included a video demonstrating the Bearing Buddy. The Bearing Buddies # BB1980A-SS that you referenced are for hubs with a 1.98 inch hub bore.
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  • Bearing Buddy Recommendation for a Springdale 179RD with 363180 Al-Ko Bearings
    From the research I did it looks like the outer bearing of the Al-Ko bearing number 363180 that you referenced is basically a L-44649, which is what the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB1980A-SS that you referenced are designed to work on.
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  • How to Pick Out Bearing Buddies for a Small Trailer
    In order to pick out the correct bearing buddy you will need know the pilot hole of your hub. To do this, remove the wheel and tire and remove the grease cap from the center of the hub. Usually it is a metal cap that is just lightly hammered into place. Use a screwdriver to pry off the cap. Clean the grease off and measure the opening. I have included a video demonstrating the Bearing Buddy. The Bearing Buddies # BB1980A-SS that you referenced are for hubs with a 1.98 inch hub bore.
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  • Bearing Buddy Recommendation for Fitting Hub Bore of 1.98 inch
    Since you said the correct grease cap size is 1.98 inch the correct Bearing Buddy you need is part # BB1980A-SS.
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  • How to Select Bearing Buddies for 1966 Airstream 26 Tandem Axle Trailer
    Given the age of your vintage Airstream it is possible that the hubs on it now are not the originals. In any case you can select appropriate-size Bearing Buddies based on the hub's bore. You will need to measure (with a precision digital caliper) the inner bore of the hubs, which is where the Bearing Buddy will be installed. You will need to measure the bore to the nearest thousandth of an inch, e.g. 1.980-inches. Once you know this dimension you can use the linked page to select a...
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  • Bearing Buddy Fit for Bearing Number L44643
    The L44543 bearing size is not common, however if you have # L44643 bearings, the Bearing Buddy you need is the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 1980A-SS w/ Auto Check - Stainless Steel (Pair) # BB1980A-SS or Chrome # BB1980A. Both of these fit a hub bore of 1.980 inches. You can confirm this fit by using a digital caliper like # PTW80157 to measure the inner bore of the hub where the cap installs.
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  • Could/Should Zerk Fitting of EZ Lube Spindle Be Removed to Install Bearing Buddies
    To answer your question...yes, you can rip off the zerk fittings of your spindles so that you could install Bearing Buddies. But you should note that Bearing Buddies commonly allow people to overfill their hubs with grease which then turns into a blown out seal. EZ lube spindles are far superior to Bearing Buddies as they are less prone to over filling and since they place the new grease in the middle of the hub they do a better job getting the grease where it needs to be.
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  • How to Pick Out Replacement Bearing Buddy
    In order to pick out the correct bearing buddy you will need know the pilot hole of your hub. To do this, remove the wheel and tire and remove the grease cap from the center of the hub. Usually it is a metal cap that is just lightly hammered into place. Use a screwdriver to pry off the cap. Clean the grease off and measure the opening. I have included a video demonstrating the Bearing Buddy. The Bearing Buddies # BB1980A-SS that you referenced are for hubs with a 1.98 inch hub bore.
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  • Greasing EZ Lube Spindles When Grease Comes Out Cotter Pin Hole
    For your EZ Lube spindles, the replacement cotter pin is just a standard pin as you stated. When you apply grease to the grease zerk on your spindle, you will be forcing grease around that pin. Removing the pin as you stated and backing that castle nut over it will work as will plugging that by hand. Your other option is to remove the grease zerk and add a bearing buddy like # BB1980A-SS that will give you a spring assisted pressure to keep the grease packed. For a Bearing Buddy, you...
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  • How to Determine Correct Bearing Buddy
    Though I can tell you how to find the Bearing Buddy you need, a bearing such as # L44649 will not factor into it. Instead, In order to choose the correct Bearing Buddies you will need to measure the hub bores on your trailer's hubs using a digital caliper such as # PTW80157; for example, Bearing Buddies # BB1980A-SS fit a 1.980" hub bore while Bearing Buddies # BB2080SS fit a 2.080" hub bore. I've added a link to our selection of Bearing Buddies for you to check out as well.
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  • Is Bearing Buddy Best Way to Pack Grease into Trailer Hub
    Bearing Buddies will push grease through the outer bearing and hopefully into the inner bearing but honestly they aren't my favorite option. Typically people will over fill their hubs when using these and that eventually blows out the grease seal. Your best solution is once a season repack the bearings by hand with high quality grease like the LMX Red # L11390. I attached a review video that covers packing bearings for you to check out as well.
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  • Finding The Right Size Bearing Buddy For Utility Trailer
    You'll need to use an accurate measuring device like a digital caliper to measure the inside diameter of the hub bore. A ruler or tape measure wouldn't be accurate enough. I have attached a photo of a hub that shows where the measurement should be taken. If you measure and find the opening to be 1.98 inches then the Bearing Buddy I recommend is part # BB1980A-SS. If you find that the inside hub bore measures 2.047 inches, part # BB2047SS would work well for you. If you find that...
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  • How to Pick out Bearing Buddies
    In order to pick out the correct bearing buddy you will need know the pilot hole of your hub. To do this, remove the wheel and tire and remove the grease cap from the center of the hub. Usually it is a metal cap that is just lightly hammered into place. Use a screwdriver to pry off the cap. Clean the grease off and measure the opening. I have included a video demonstrating the Bearing Buddy. The Bearing Buddies # BB1980A-SS that you referenced are for hubs with a 1.98 inch hub bore.
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  • Can Hub That Had Bearing Buddy Installed Be Used on Axle With EZ Lube Spindle
    The EZ Lube Spindle features includes a zerk fitting in the end of the spindle and holes in the spindle that allow grease to be injected into the hub bore. The only difference between the hubs we sell for an EZ Lube spindle and a standard spindle is the grease caps. The grease cap for an EZ lube spindle would have a removable rubber plug so you could access the grease zerk without having to remove the grease cap. The grease cap for a standard axle would not have the rubber plug. As long...
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  • Can I Use Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors With an Easy Lube Spindle
    Easy lube spindles are not compatible with Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors. You could use the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors if you remove the zerk fitting. You really do not need Bearing Buddies though. The whole purpose of Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors is so that you do not have to remove the grease cap. I have linked a video review of the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors.
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  • How to Keep Grease From Coming Off My Outer Bearing
    I recommend using a Bearing Buddy to keep the grease in your hub and on your outer bearing. Bearing Buddies replace the grease cap in the axle hub and prevents wheel-bearing failure. They also keep water and dirt out of hubs and bearings. You will be able to use the same grease you are using and will need a grease gun similar to # L30132 to load grease into the Bearing Buddy. All the grease will end up flying off your hub it is not contained. The key is to pack enough grease into the...
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  • Can Bearing Buddies be Used on Utility Trailer
    As long as you find the correct Bearing Buddy fit for the hub for your utility trailer there's no reason not to. Only reason it wouldn't be needed is if you have EZ lube spindles that have a zerk grease fitting on the end of them. In order to pick out the correct bearing buddy you will need know the pilot hole of your hub. To do this, remove the wheel and tire and remove the grease cap from the center of the hub. Usually it is a metal cap that is just lightly hammered into place. Use...
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  • How to Pick Out Replacement Bearing Buddy for a 1994 Mastercraft Prostar 205
    In order to pick out the correct bearing buddy you will need know the pilot hole of your hub. To do this, remove the wheel and tire and remove the grease cap from the center of the hub. Usually it is a metal cap that is just lightly hammered into place. Use a screwdriver to pry off the cap. Clean the grease off and measure the opening. I have included a video demonstrating the Bearing Buddy. The Bearing Buddies # BB1980A-SS that you referenced are for hubs with a 1.980 inch hub bore. If...
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  • What is the Depth of Bearing Buddy BB1980A-SS One Installed in Hub Bore
    I went to our warehouse and pulled a sample of the Bearing Buddy kit # BB1980A-SS that you referenced so I could measure it for you. From the shoulder (the point that remains outside the hub bore) out to the outside edge of the stainless housing the depth is 37mm or 1.46-inches. The flexible plastic dust cap will add roughly another 3mm or 0.12-inches to that depth if installed on the stainless housing.
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  • Installing Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors on EZ Lube Spindle
    You can certainly install a Bearing Buddy like # BB1980A-SS on a trailer like yours that is equipped with EZ lube spindles, but you will want to remove the zerk fitting before installing the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors. This grease zerk will prevent the Bearing Buddy from lubricating the hub properly.
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  • What is the Benefit of Using Bearing Buddies on a Travel Trailer
    Yes, even if you do not plan on much marine activity, you can still benefit from adding Bearing Buddies, # BB1980A-SS. They will help to prevent wheel bearing failure by keeping out dirt and moisture, something that all trailers will come across. Adding grease to the bearings will be much easier as you will have a fitting on the caps that will allow you to add grease with a grease gun like # L30191. And the blue ring will allow you to know when to add grease. All of this will help extend...
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  • Can Grease Fittings of Spindle be Left on if Bearing Buddy is Installed
    If your spindles have grease fittings that means they are EZ lube spindles which means you don't need the Bearing Buddies. EZ lube spindles are actually better overall than Bearing Buddies since they deposit grease in the center of the hub and not just try to push it through the front. That said, if you want to use Bearing Buddies on a trailer with grease fittings they would have to come off since they will not fit behind the Bearing Buddy.
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  • How to Pick Out Bearing Buddies for PWC Trailer
    In order to pick out the correct bearing buddy you will need know the hub bore diameter of your hub. To do this, remove the wheel and tire and remove the grease cap from the center of the hub. Usually it is a metal cap that is just lightly hammered into place. Use a screwdriver to pry off the cap. Clean the grease off and measure the opening. I have included a video demonstrating the Bearing Buddy. The Bearing Buddies # BB1980A-SS are for hubs with a 1.98 inch hub bore.
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  • Compatible Bearing Buddy to Fit Axle Hubs with Reliable Oil Caps Installed
    When trying to remove the broken Reliable oil cap you may need to use a hammer and a long flat head screwdriver. Placing the screwdriver head on the outer edge of the cap, lightly tap the screwdriver to force cap to turn in the desired direction to remove from the hub. Be careful not to put the screwdriver inside hub to try to remove the cap. It could slip and damage the threads on the inside of the hub. To make sure you will receive the correct Bearing Buddy for your trailer's hubs,...
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  • Recommended Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors For Dexter 3,500 Lb Trailer Hub Assembly
    The Bearing Buddies that work with the Trailer Hub Assembly, part # 8-248-50UC1 are part # BB1980A-SS for stainless steel and part # BB1980A for chrome plated. These fit a hub bore that measures 1.98 inches inside diameter. These come with 2 Bearing Buddies in a package. These are a great way to keep water out and making sure you have enough grease in the hub.
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  • Recommended Bearing Buddy Kit for Carry-On 5X8G Trailer
    Based on my research, your Carry-On 5X8G Trailer uses hubs that have a 1.98 inch diameter pilot hole. With this in mind, the correct Bearing Buddy Kit will be one that fits 1.98 inch hub bores like the part # BB1980A-SS. These will replace the grease cap in the axle hub and prevent wheel-bearing failure by keeping water and dirt out. They will also provide easily accessible grease fittings and makes adding grease to the bearings quick and simple. I have included a short installation video...
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