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Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 2441 - Chrome Plated (Pair)

Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 2441 - Chrome Plated (Pair)

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Provide your trailer wheel bearings with premium protection - replace your existing grease caps with Bearing Buddies. They install in seconds and provide an easy, safe way to monitor and control the level of grease in your axle hub. Lowest Prices for the best trailer bearings races seals caps from Bearing Buddy. Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 2441 - Chrome Plated (Pair) part number BB2441 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Bearing Buddy Trailer Bearings Races Seals Caps - BB2441

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

Provide your trailer wheel bearings with premium protection - replace your existing grease caps with Bearing Buddies. They install in seconds and provide an easy, safe way to monitor and control the level of grease in your axle 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
  • 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 internal parts and triple-chrome-plated steel barrel
    • Ensures longer-lasting fit than plastic or aluminum products
  • Includes rubber covers
  • Installs easily
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Fits 2.441" hub bore
    • Works with outer bearing models LM-67048 (hub counterbored), 15123 and others
    • Works with outer bearing cup (race) models LM-67010 and 15245
      • Commonly found on 4,400-lb, 5,200-lb, 6,000-lb and 7,000-lb Dexter axles (counterbored)
  • 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.

You can manually check the grease level in your Bearing Buddy by pressing on the edge of the piston. If you can rock or move the piston, the hub is properly filled.



42441 Bearing Buddy Model 2441 - Chrome Plated (Pair)






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Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 2441 - Chrome Plated (Pair) - BB2441

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (116 Customer Reviews)

Provide your trailer wheel bearings with premium protection - replace your existing grease caps with Bearing Buddies. They install in seconds and provide an easy, safe way to monitor and control the level of grease in your axle hub.

- BB2441
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Ordered these for my 5th wheel trailer 8 days before vacation. They were shipped and received with 3 days to spare. Installation was flawless. Thanks etrailer. Well done!


Comments
Just started our camping season. Pulled the caps off, hooked up the grease gun, pumped some grease and done. Took longer to write this then grease. No pulling the 4 tires to get to the bearings and getting my hands greasy.
Richard - 06/26/2020


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Your product arrived on time and undamaged. It installed exactly as described in the literature. I am very pleased with my new Bearing Buddy's. As a side note I noticed a small amount of chrome machining debris inside the hub of the housings. It was easily cleaned out with a rag before installation. These Bearing Buddy's are installed on a 32 year old utility trailer I am refurbishing. Although the trailer is small (4 x 8) it has a 5000# axle and has seen some pretty tough use. Ive attached a pic of the trailer undergoing refurbishment along with a couple of pics of the installed Bearing Buddy's. Excellent product and service!



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I purchased a kit from another online store and tried to get their solution to fit. No luck. The kit I purchased from another online store had the same advertised size as the bearing buddy that I purchased. I confirmed the size needed by measuring the inside of the hub and ordered the correct size bearing buddy from e-trailer. They were delivered today and it took just a few minutes to install. I would shop here again and buy bearing buddy again (hopefully I won’t need to)



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I bought these to upgrade my boat trailer. Perfect fit, easy install and good price. Can't ask for anything more than that.



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This product is as good as their rep have used them before on a boat trailer never had a bearing go out as long as I used the buddy bearings they are great! Service was just as good. These bearings were installed on a heavy duty low boy trailer. No pictures trailer is in South Texas about 300 miles from my location. Hauling oil field equipment. Picture of the trailer being overhauled before new fenders were added.



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It was a great experience your tracking information was spot on and placing a order was easy and quick thanks



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They fit perfect. Took a 5000 mile trip this summer and was glad I had the option of applying grease to the bearings.



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Customer service was great, people are helpful and know the products. Very good to work with. Thanks



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I recently upgraded to electric over hydraulic disk brakes from the hydraulic drum surge brakes that were on my boat trailer when I bought it. I scoured the web site and put together a list of parts for the conversion but still had a few questions. Lisa was most helpful and had some additional suggestions. She made my etrailer.com shopping experience the best online shopping experience ever. Once I had the brake parts I found my old Bearing Buddies didn't fit the new hubs so I ordered new Bearing Buddies and new coupler while I was at it. I ordered them on Sat. and they arrived today, Tuesday. I already have the new parts on and they are working perfectly. Thanks etrailer.com and thanks Lisa. You have a new customer for life.



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Nice item and very easy to install, trouble free traveling.



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etrailer is the only place i shop!!!!!! !!



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The product and the service was exceptional. The Buddy Bearings fit exactly and were easy to install. The items arrived in a few days through the US mal without any problems. It was really nice to be able to track my order so I'd know when it was arriving. I will be ordering any additional items needed from etrailer.com because they actually had the best price I could find.



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they came in the mail when you said they would. they were exactly what i wanted, and they fit perfectly. you people know what you are doing. if i need anything else that etrailer sells, i will surely order it from you wayne w. sampson city,fl


Comments
the protectors are fine, but the rubber covers have disappeared. i pushed all the air from them when i put them on. do you sell them seperately? other than that i am happy with them. thanks wayne
wayne w - 09/05/2016

Thanks for the follow up and reply. We do indeed have the replacement covers that you are looking for, and those are part # BB23B.

-- Etrailer Expert Rachael H - 9/7/2016


- BB2441
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Putting off greasing wheel bearings is so easy to do. Bearing Buddies make greasing wheel bearings easy because they give incentive. Only takes 5 minutes vs a couple of hours. Being on the side of the road with a break down from bad bearings isn't fun and totally preventable.



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Well to be honest . I didn’t know bearing hubs were different sizes. So I bought the wrong ones. I needed a smaller diameter hub. So the new ones are still sitting in a box. That being the case I am sure they would of been fine. They looked really sturdy. Anyone want them? Free



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I've been using Bearing Buddies on my boat trailers since the early 80's and never had a trailer bearing fail. These are still the best solution to protect any bearings that get submerged. Make sure they are pumped up before each submergence and everything will last forever.



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These work great. Only issue is two of rubber covers have fallen off and lost!


Comments
Sorry to hear that! We do offer replacement covers as part # BB23B
Replacement Bearing Buddy Bras - Model 23B - (Pair)
$5.95
. Heres a little trick to keep the covers in place. Make sure the outside of the bearing buddy and the inside of the cover are perfectly clean and free of grease, then spray a quick shot of aerosol hair spray on one side of the bearing buddy. Install the cover, and rotate it on the bearing buddy by about 1/4 turn. When the hair spray dries, itll act like an adhesive but because you havent coated the whole thing, youll be able to remove it when needed.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 01/02/2018


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This product arrived in great condition a day early. Thank Etrailer for their Excellent customer service. I would highly recommend your company to other people.. Thanks



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While we only just received out bearing buddies. They are as described and installed easily. The only trouble was the beauty covers don't fit over the hubs any longer. Doesn't really matter as the product is attractive. The wheel studs not so much but we can live with that. I will have to write another review after we have taken a few trips and greased things up a bit.



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I put 4 of these on my 26' fifth wheel. The installation was very easy and exactly as described. I tapped them gently with a hammer to get them started and then used a block of wood and hammer to seat them fully for a nice tight fit.



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Easy and quick



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Product description was 'just as described' by etrailer. Fit and installation on an utility trailer was quick and easy. Will be purchasing another set for another trailer project.



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Great product, Good company and super fast shipping


Comments
Perfectly! Can’t go wrong with bearing buddy
Bill - 07/12/2020


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I was unable to find the size Bearing buddy that I needed at other retailers. I actually found this by coming across another question that a shopper had asked that referred to the same unit I was looking for. Thanks for having a question and answer forum and thanks for stocking the hard to find items!



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Awesome price for the quality part and shipping was quick also! Very good job etrailer I will look for you again on my trailer needs!!!


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

  • Does EZ Lube Spindle Eliminate Need to Remove Hub Bearings and Clean/Repack Them
    This is a common misconception but nothing replaces taking the hubs completely apart, cleaning them, and then repacking them with fresh grease. The EZ lube setups sound great in theory but they more often than not end up allowing people to overfill the hub with grease which then blows out the seal. I attached a video on cleaning and replacing hubs and bearings for you to check out as well.
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  • How to Determine Correct Bearing Buddy
    We may have something that will work, though to confirm the right Bearing Buddies you'll need to measure the hub bores on your trailer's hubs using your digital caliper, and match the hub bore diameter to the correct Bearing Buddies. For example, the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 2441 # BB2441 and Model 2441T-SS - Threaded (Stainless Steel) # BB2441T-SS fit a 2.441" hub bore and based on the measurements you gave these are pretty likely to fit your hub. I've added a link...
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  • How Often Do Seals Need to be Replaced on Bearings with Bearing Buddies
    The Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB2441 provide premium protection for your wheel bearings. It is still recommended that you inspect the bearings, races, and seals every 12 months or 12,000 miles to ensure reliable performance on your trailer. Seals are typically designed to last the lifetime of your trailer but may need to be replaced for a number of reasons. If the seal is no longer round or the rubber seems to be dry rotted, the seal will have to be replaced. Removing the grease...
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  • Bearing Buddy that Fits Hub Bore of 2.435 inch
    If you have a hub bore that measures 2.435 inches the closest fitting Bearing Buddy would be the part # BB2441 that you referenced. That said your dimension is slightly smaller so you might have to really press the Bearing Buddy on.
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  • Does Zerk Fitting of EZ Lube Spindle Need to be Removed to Install Bearing Buddy
    Yes, you will need to remove the zerk fitting of your EZ lube spindle to be able to install a Bearing Buddy.
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  • Availability of Bearing Buddy that Can Fit Threaded Hub Bore
    We have two threaded style Bearing Buddies which is the style that fits oil-bath hubs. We have the part # BB1980T-SS which fits if the hub bore is 1.98 inch or we have the part # BB2080T-SS which fits if the diameter is 2.080 inch.
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  • Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors for 2.42-2.43 Inch Hub Bore
    Yes, based on the measurements you took of your hub bore diameter the correct Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors is the part # BB2441 or # BB2441T-SS for the stainless steel model that will resist any corrosion. These are designed to fit hub bore diameters of 2.441 inches to allow for easy maintenance while also keeping dirt and water out of the hub. I have attached a short video review that you can check out as well.
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  • Do Trailer Wheel Bearings Need Repacking if Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors Are Used
    Technically speaking, once the bearings are initially packed, you shouldn't need to repack them. I'd still recommend breaking the hub down occasionally to inspect the bearings and races to make sure everything's in good condition.
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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 # BB2441 that you referenced are for hubs with a 2.441 inch hub bore. I...
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  • Does Grease Seal have to Make Contact with the Inner Race for Bearing to Ride in the Right Place
    A hub should only have one grease seal, at the back side of the hub, and it should be flush with the hub once installed. When everything is assembled and put on the spindle with the castle nut properly tightened down there should be only a few thousands of an inch of play meaning everything is in place. Races are pressed into a hub so they are not going to move and the edge of the grease seal may or may not make contact with the inner race. But that contact or lack of contact should...
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  • Do Trailer Hub Bearing Buddies Also Work with Inner Bearings
    A Bearing Buddy allows you to pump grease into the center of the hub all the way back to the grease seal. A double lip seal should be used to prevent grease from blowing out the seal when added. You can pre-pack the bearings if you wanted to but that would negate the function of the Bearing Buddy. The outer bearing is mentioned because that is how the hub bore size is determined.
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  • Bearing Buddy for 2.447 Inch Hub Bore
    The Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB2441 referenced in your question are compatible with 2.441 inch hub bores. We do not currently have Bearing Buddies that fit the exact 2.447 inch dimension that you referenced, however this will be the closest option. I recommend verifying the size of your existing hub bore with a digital caliper like # PTW80157. Another option is to wipe away the grease on your hub to see if you can locate the outer bearing number, which will also help to identify...
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  • Does Bearing Buddy Replace Bearing Packing on Trailer Hub
    With Bearing Buddies it is still recommended that you pack the bearings by hand. The Bearing Buddy can only push grease through the front of the hub which can be helpful but does not take the place of packing the bearings properly by hand. I honestly am not the biggest fan of the Bearing Buddies only because it is too easy for people to over fill their hubs with grease which eventually blows out the seal like you mentioned.
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  • Bearing Buddies for a 6,000 Pound Dexter Axle with 8 Lug Hub
    Check the outer bearing and race numbers stamped into the metal of the bearing and race in the hub. Most 6,000 pound 8 lug wheels we carry use outer bearing # 14125A if it is an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern. If it is an 8 on 8 bolt pattern, it may use # 506849 outer bearing. If you have the 14125A outer bearing, you can use Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors, # BB2717SS, or # BB2717.
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  • When Using Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors Do I Need To Repack Bearings Periodically?
    When you use the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors like # BB2441, so you do not need to take apart the wheel hub and repack the bearings. The Bearing Buddy Protectors have a spring loaded seal that keeps the moisture and debris out of the bearings. This pressurized grease will maintain bearing function as long as the seal on the hub stays functional. If this seal is broken, I recommend inspecting and repacking good bearings when you replace the seal. As you maintain the grease in the...
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  • What do you Recommend for my New Boat Trailers Hubs Bearing Buddies or Dust Caps
    The bearing buddies are definitely the way to go to keep your bearings properly greased and protected during submersion. The Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors part # BB2441 are for hub bores that are 2.441". That is the bore found commonly of 5,200 lb. axles but always good to take a quick measure to ensure they will work. I have linked a video I did on them if you would like to check it out. You should also remember to remove the grease zerk to ensure the bearing buddy seats properly.
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  • Can Air Escape Trailer Hub Seals When Filling with Grease with Bearing Buddy
    Grease seals are not air tight so the air would be able to escape as you fill the hub up. They are tight enough to keep the grease in though. Grease does breakdown over time so you do occasionally need to add more. The grease seals are also not totally sealed. They do a pretty good job sealing but in general contaminants can still find there ways in.
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  • How to Remove Bearing Buddy Trailer Bearing Protectors
    Bearing Buddies like # BB2441 fit very tight into a trailer hub. In order to get them out, you will need to use a rubber mallet and persuade them out. Once the Bearing Buddy starts to unseat from the hub you can grab it and wiggle it out.
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  • How to Determine Correct Bearing Buddies for 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 # BB2441 that you referenced are for hubs with a 2.441 inch hub bore.
    view full answer...
  • How to Grease Hubs With a Bearing Buddy Installed.
    When repacking your bearings, you do not want to have the whole hub filled with grease. You basically just want to get the inner and outer bearings and their races greased up and moving smoothly. I attached a video of the process that should help you out as well. If you are using a Bearing Buddy, like the # BB2441, there is actually an automatic pressure-relief feature built into the Bearing Buddy. When it is full, grease will seep around the edges of the piston and into the barrel....
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  • How To Check If the Seal On the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors Is Working Correctly
    If there is any grease outside the hub or if there is water inside the hub then that would indicate that the seal on the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors like part # BB2441 is compromised and would need to be replaced. That said, I have not heard of many instances where the seal failed so this is really not an issue to worry about. There is a relief valve built-in so overfilling won't damage the seal on the Bearing Buddy.
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  • Bearing Buddies for 2.430 to 2.444 Inch Hub Bore
    We do have the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB2441 or the Stainless Steel version # BB2441SS for corrosion resistance that are designed to fit hub bore diameters of 2.441 inches. This certainly falls within the range you provided but you might want to try and take one more measurement on your car hauler's hub bore just to be sure it matches. I have attached a short video review that you can check out as well.
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  • Grease Caps Available that Fit a 2.44 Diameter
    We do have a variety of grease caps that fit the 2.44 inch diameter that you reference; our selection has been linked for you to filter through. Among the options we have the non-threaded Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB2441, the threaded option # BB2441T-SS, as well as traditional grease caps for EZ Lube spindles # RG04-080, and non-EZ Lube spindles # RG04-060. Each of these part numbers come in a quantity of 2 and the prices can be found on the product pages. If you are talking...
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  • Bearing Buddy that Fits Trailer Hub Dust Cap Bore of 2.374 inch
    For the hub bore you mentioned the correct Bearing Buddy is the part # BB2441. This will be a tight fit but it's a tapered fit and work well.
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  • Determining Size of Bearing Protector Needed for 2001 Load Rite Trailer
    The best way to determine the size of bearing buddy needed would be to take a highly accurate measurement of your hub bore using a digital caliper. I have edited a photo for you that shows this dimension. If you happened to know the reference number from your outer wheel bearings, the proper bearing protector could be determined. If you would care to reply with either the hub bore dimension or the outer bearing number, I would be happy to suggest a bearing protector for you.
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  • Do Bearings Need to be Repacked With Bearing Buddy
    There is no need to further re-pack the bearings with the Bearing Buddies like the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 2441 - Chrome Plated (Pair) # BB2441. So long as you maintain the grease levels, repacking the bearings isn't necessary, like you mentioned. You'll just add grease and they have an automatic pressure-relief feature to prevent overfilling, as grease will seep around the edges when they are full. In regards to the correct fit of Bearing Buddies on your trailer,...
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  • Bearing Buddies Recommendation for a Dexter P-11 6 hole axle 6K Axle
    In order to determine which bearing buddies you need, you are going to need to remove the hubs of your trailer and get the number off of the outer bearings. Most 6K axles have outer bearing numbers of LM-67048, 15123, LM-67010 or 15245 which all will work with the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB2441 that you referenced.
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  • How Do I Determine What Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors I Need for My 2006 Pilgrim Cirrus Camper
    In order to see if the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors, # BB2441, are the correct ones for your trailer, you will need to measure the inner diameter of your hub bore. This measurement needs to be very accurate so you will want to use a dial caliper. If the inner diameter of your hub bore is 2.441 inches, # BB2441 will work for you. If it is not, I am attaching a link to all of the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors that we have available. Take your measurement and match it to one...
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  • Total Length of Bearing Buddy 2441
    I went out to the warehouse and found that the total length of the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB2441 is 2-1/4" with the bra installed.
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  • How to Order The Correct Bearing Buddy Size For A 1998 Homemade Trailer
    If you will remove the wheel on your trailer and pull your wheel bearings and get the outer wheel bearing part number that would help you with which Bearing Buddy to use. The reason you have to go to such lengths to find out what Bearing Buddy Kit you need is that there are so many different variations in bearing/spindle/seal combinations that the only way to be sure you have the right part is to check the equipment you have. The Bearing Buddy pages also have listings on them for...
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