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Hub Bearing Kit for Lippert, Dexter, and Al-Ko Axles - 3,500 lb with #84 Spindle

Hub Bearing Kit for Lippert, Dexter, and Al-Ko Axles - 3,500 lb with #84 Spindle

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Contains everything needed to repack one hub on your Lippert, Dexter, or Al-Ko 3,500-lb axle. Great Prices for the best trailer bearings races seals caps from etrailer. Hub Bearing Kit for Lippert, Dexter, and Al-Ko Axles - 3,500 lb with #84 Spindle part number BK2-100 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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  • Bearing L44649 and L68149
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  • Race L68111 and L44610

Contains everything needed to repack one hub on your Lippert, Dexter, or Al-Ko 3,500-lb axle.


Features:

  • Contains everything needed to repack one hub on your Lippert, Dexter, or Al-Ko 3,500-lb axle
  • Includes:
    • 1 Outer bearing (L44649)
    • 1 Inner bearing (L68149)
    • 1 Inner cup (L68111)
    • 1 Outer cup (L44610)
    • 1 Grease seal (10-19)
    • 1 Cotter pin
    • 1 Tang washer for EZ-Lube spindles


Outer Bearing
Outer Race
Inner Bearing
Inner Race
Seal
Seal I.D.
Seal O.D.
L44649
L44610
L68149
L68111
10-19
1.719"
2.565"


BK2-100 Hub Bearing Kit for 3,500 lb Axles - Lippert, Dexter, and Al-Ko, #84 Spindle





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Hub Bearing Kit for Lippert, Dexter, and Al-Ko Axles - 3,500 lb with #84 Spindle - BK2-100

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (1915 Customer Reviews)

Contains everything needed to repack one hub on your Lippert, Dexter, or Al-Ko 3,500-lb axle.

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Bearing and seal kit are a great quality purchase, they fit perfectly and have been running trouble free for a year now. Will definitely use this kit again when it is time to replace the bearings in my utility trailer or boat trailer.
I recommend using the Buddy Bearing grease hub with this Bearing & Seal pack.


Comments
This product has proven I made the best choice to keep my utility trailer rolling trouble free.
Arctic P - 06/14/2020


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These were just what I needed to rebuild the axle on a "new to me" BigTex trailer with a 3500# axle and ez lube hubs.

I noticed when I bought the trailer that the play in the wheel bearings was more than it should be. With the age of the trailer and not knowing it's history, rebuilding the hub was the right choice, I paid around $28 per hub at the time of my order. It took me about an hour per hub to clean and rebuild them. I view it as cheap insurance, knowing that the bearings and seals are good.




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I am not happy with the way things were shipped. I haven’t opened anything because I want to share with you how damaged the box is. I am assuming the box was opened and the rest of my order was put inside of the mirror extension box. So now I need to see if everything is still in the box and to see what is damaged. Because the employee/company took a cheap short cut of not packaging my order in a shipping box this is what your company portrays to your customers. Not happy at all.


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-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 12/06/2021


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The bearings are bearings. The jack is to put on the frame of the trailer so I can eliminate the tongue jack which the new truck tailgate hits. I bought this jack so when hooked to truck the jack can be removed and put inside trailer. Only down side I think I see is the top is not sealed so I'll need to have a cover over it.




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The Hub Bearing Kit fit perfectly on my snowmobile trailer and is exactly what I needed. I had no problem installing the kit. The old bearings looked a little burnt. I towed the trailer with the new bearing kit on quite a few miles of backcountry wash board dirt road and bearings and seals held up great.




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The kit is for a boat trailer and you have to have a double lip seal for them. This kit works fine for me. Shipping was quick and price reasonable.




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Great product would never shop anywhere else. I never need to worry about this product failing. We went over the Rockies twice with our open car hauler.




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I ordered this bearing kit for our Arctic Fox 22G travel trailer as a spare in case we have a bearing failure on the road. When I received it, I opened the package and examined the contents. They were all there and looked very well made. I re-sealed the package and stored it out of harm's way, hoping we would never we have to use it on the road.




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Quality is too poor for me to put these in my trailer. The bearings and races are all loosely thrown into an envelope along with all the other parts clanging against each other. No surface protectant on the precision surfaces. Generally rough feel, no-name overseas manufacturer. Real bearings are packed individually with a surface preservation.

Would probably work if I was desperate, but I am not desperate. I want decent bearings at minimum and this is not even that.

Think about the consequences of a failed bearing in the middle of nowhere.




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Purchased travel trailer wheel bearings and seals
For 10k overhaul. Easier and cheaper to repack and replace vs. cleaning and repacking. Seals will be destroyed anyway while repacking




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I ask about what bearing kits would be needed for a travel trailer. There were no numbers stamped on old bearings. Received the proper info on bearings to order. The only issue was the time between ordering the new bearings and receiving them was two weeks. That being said I’m sure I could have paid more for speedier delivery.




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After ready so many good reviews my expectations of etrailer were high and was sadly dissappointed when my trailer bearing replacement kit showed up 3 days late and with all the pieces loose in small bubble wrap envelope. I expected better packaging for something so crucial that Im relying on. And the parts were all thrown together carelessly. Will be closely inspecting everthing and hoping for no damage. Will be returning if there is! Dissappointed...




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Extremely satisfied! Excellent customer service, delivery was right on time. The parts ordered were exactly as advertised and fit perfectly. Ordered two more hubs to overhaul my trailer axles. Highly recommend using this company for any trailer repairs.




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Bearings made in china and seals are ok. Works fine but not expecting much longevity. Good if changing out or greasing and inspecting bearings every year or more.




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I bought this bearing-and-seal kit as a backup for emergency use. All looks good and the seals I bought separately worked fine.




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Good price. Quick delivery. Just what I needed. Fit my twin axle Venture trailer with Tiedown Engineering hubs. Thank you.




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Decent kit. However, the lock washer does NOT fit the Dexter axle nuts. They did not ship with castellated nuts so that lock washer will not work. Fortunately, the axle shipped with one.

Also, bearings are from China. The quality is likely suspect. Timken and Japanese bearings can't be that much more.




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Good quality, fast shipping. It would be useful if you had your research folks put together a cross reference that would enable a customer to select bearing kits based on axle model, brand, serial number etc. My bearings were so worn that the numbers were gone and the measurements were no longer accurate. Your salesperson did not have a way to tell me which bearings to buy, even though I had the make, model, year and serial number of the axles on my trailer, because my trailer brand is not listed on your site. Just constructive advice...a table of axle models, dates, weights, serial numbers, etc. would have prevented us from guessing, which we ultimately had to do. Fortunately, it was a good guess because they fit.




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Fit was great, but would have preferred to get a better quality bearing, like a timken vs. made in china. I feel I should blame myself for not checking on that before completing the order, but shipping was quick and order processing was extremely fast.




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Perfect replacement for my 20 year old bearings. The hardest part was getting the old races out but the video from etrailer made that easier. I purchased the installation tool so replacing the races was easy, I highly recommend getting the installation tool.


Comments
It is a year later and absolutely no problems from the bearings and seals on my utility trailer rebuild. I have put a lot of miles on them since Hurricane Michael hauling equipment and debris. Thats all you can ask from good bearings and seals.
Mitch M - 02/17/2019


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I think the best part that we received from you was your customer service. Melissa was an absolute gem when she helped us get our parts the next day. We are on an island and our customer told us they had a boat reservation which has to be made months in advance. When I called Melissa she cancelled our order and sent it to us in time for our customer to make his boat reservation. You are lucky to have her on your staff!




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Etrailer has the right products, at a good price with fast shipping. Refurbished the brakes, seals and bearings on my 2005 Shoreland’r traller. Etrailer was my go to source.




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Easily the best kit I've purchased from etailer. All correct parts that matched and fit. Headache averted.




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Shipping was quick and etrailer kept me informed of my order status up until it was delivered. Installation of the bearing kits went quickly and now I can rest assured by travel trailer is ready for thousands more miles of exploring the country.




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Well, I had ordered the premium bearing kits for my trailer axle, and the bearings are stamped “china”.
I was wanting to replace the china bearings that came in my axle, because my previous axle had china bearings in them and they burned up within the first year I had the axle on my trailer. My first axle with USA made bearings had lasted 20 years with my maintenance checks on them
The china bearings don’t even seem to last a year and have left me stranded , needing a new axle because the race melted to the axle hub.
I thought the “premium” bearings I ordered through here would’ve been stamped with USA . I’m hesitant to put them on my trailer



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