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  • 5200 lbs Axle
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  • 7000 lbs Axle
  • 1.250 Inch I.D.
  • Bearing 14125A
  • Race 14276
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etrailer Trailer Bearings Races Seals - 14125A

High-quality, tapered roller bearing is designed for high-speed use. Replacement part uses industry-standard number.


Features:

  • Inner diameter: 1.250"
  • Matching race (sold separately): 14276
  • Application: outer bearing for 42865, 42866, 8-219-4 and 8-231-9 hubs


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Video Transcript for Repacking Trailer Bearings Demonstration

Today on This Old Trailer were going to show you how to repack the wheel bearings on a disc brake set-up. We have already gone ahead and removed our wheel and tire from the trailer. We began by removing the dust cap off the end of the axle. We will need to remove our caliper bracket. We will undo the two bolts here on the back side, where we can then undo the bracket and set it off to the side. We will also go ahead and remove the outside brake pad.

Now here in the center of the axle, where we removed the dust cap, we will need to clean the grease off so that we can see the cotter pin. We will then remove the cotter pin and the nut stop where we can now undo the nut with a pair of channel locks. This nut should not be very tight. After removing the nut, we can go ahead and pull the hub of our axle off. Now you will notice with the hub off that our spindle is exposed.

We can go ahead and clean the spindle off and make sure that its in good working order. We will make sure that it does not have any scratches or nicks in the seal surfaces as well as on the bearing surfaces. With that done we will move over here to our hub where we can remove the bearing from the outside. Now when removing the bearing we will also be pulling out the flat washer. We can go ahead and set them off to the side.

Leave the flat washer with the bearing just to indicate which side that bearing came from. We will now flip the hub over where you will notice there is a seal. This grease seal will need to be removed. Now when removing the seal you will probably damage it, but its a good idea to go ahead and replace them anyway. There are several ways to remove a grease seal. You can use a large screwdriver or pry bar.

You can use a seal remover tool or you can use a hammer and a punch. Now these seals are a tight fit so they will require some work to get them out. Once the seals removed we can go ahead and remove the bearing and set it off to the side. We will now clean all the grease out of our hub. We will be using Brake-Clean to help break down the grease so that we can remove it from the hub. We will also want to inspect the bearing races here and on the other side here. Again we will want to make sure that the races are in one piece without any cracks, chips, or scars in them. Now that we have confirmed our races are good, we will set our hub off to the side. We will now take the bearings and clean each individual bearing using Brake-Clean and some shop towels. We will go ahead and clean up the nut and the nut stop as well, getting as much of the old grease out of the way as possible. Now we have got both bearings, the flat washer, our nut, and nut stop all cleaned up. We have got our new seal. We will begin by repacking the wheel bearings. Now there are several ways to repack wheel bearings. We are going to go ahead and use a bearing repack tool, as this does seem to get the job done the best. Now to use a bearing repacker, we will go ahead and place the bearing into the tool and bring the cone down over the bearing. Well then apply pressure and allow the grease to come out the backside of the bearing. We can then remove the cone and the bearing and make sure that the grease surrounds all bearing surfaces. We can then drop it into our hub here on the backside. With that done were ready to install our new grease seal. We will place the seal into position and using a ball-peen hammer well lightly tap it into place. Now that the seal is in place well flip our hub over and repack the outside bearing and install it into the hub. With that done well take our hub assembly and slide it over the spindle of our axle into place. We can then install our flat washer and our nut using the channel locks to lightly snug the nut down. We will put the nut stop on and using a new cotter pin well slide it into place and bend it around. With that done we can reinstall our bearing cap dust cover. We will now reinstall our brake caliper. That will complete the process of repacking wheel bearings on a trailer with disc brakes.


Customer Reviews

Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing - 14125A - 14125A

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (12 Customer Reviews)

High-quality, tapered roller bearing is designed for high-speed use. Replacement part uses industry-standard number.


- 14125A

by: Jon Moench10/03/2016


Exactly what I needed. Youtube showed me how to take out the old and put in the new bearings and races. They fit perfectly. The part no. was hard to research, but I was pretty sure what I ordered was the right set. I confirmed the part numbers when I beat the races out of the hub. The part number was embossed on the inside of the race and they matched the ones I ordered. I got them via ground delivery much sooner than they said. I received them in about three days and it only took an afternood to install them and new brakes. Can't beat the satisfaction of doing something yourself and saving hundreds of dollars in the process. 302822



- 14125A

by: James L.02/27/2015


They look to be a quality product. I would have liked the bearings and races packaged so they could be stored with out damage or a chance of rusting. Two of these sets are spares so I don't have to sideline a trailer for an extended period. 176433



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These bearings are being used in a Wind Turbine YAW and mount build. Etrailer having a full spec sheet makes this possible and the quality is a degree above the choices I had locally. 84277



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by: Eric10/28/2014


Product shipped very quickly. Product matched description. I'm very happy with my shopping experience with etrailer. 158195



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by: joe09/21/2015


fits my 1999 Kaufman 3 car wedge trailer with Dexter 12"x2" brakes 6k 7k lb axles 8 lug wheels 226698



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  • I checked with Lippert and could not find any information on NV304664. Do you know the capacity of the axle? If it is a 7,000 pound axle then the likely inner bearing is # 25580 and the outer bearing is # 14125A. If a 2-1/4 inch seal diameter is needed it is a 10-36 seal, # RG06-070. Or it could also be a 2-1/8 inch diameter seal # RG06-090. If it is a 3,500 pound axle it likely uses inner bearing # L68149 and outer bearing # L44649 and a 10-19 seal # RG06-050. To determine which...
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  • Disc Brake Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer That Uses 8-Lug Wheels on 6000-lb Dexter Axles
  • The key to selecting disk brakes for your 5th wheel is to match up the bolt pattern (in your case 8-on-6-1/2) as well as the brake flange mounting hole pattern, bearing set and axle weight capacity. It is fine to use a brake kit rated higher than your axle capacity, but never one rated lower. You need to match your hub's bearings to the new kit to ensure that the hub/rotor assemblies will fit your spindles. The Kodiak Disc Brake Kit # K2HR712 that you referenced has the bolt pattern...
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  • How to Determine the Correct Parts for a Bearing Kit for a 5,200 lb Dexter Trailer Axle
  • For your 2006 Colorado fifth-wheel trailer with 5,200 lb EZ Lube axles, there are a couple of possibilities. The best way to determine the correct parts is to disassemble a hub on one side of the trailer and get the bearing part numbers off of the bearings that are on the spindle. I put together a drawing showing where part numbers are and/or how to measure to determine the correct parts for trailer hub and drum assemblies, see link. If your hubs have a 6 on 5-1/2 inch bolt circle, you...
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  • Recommended Electric Brake Assemblies and Hub Drums for a 26ft Gooseneck Trailer
  • If your brake assemblies mount on a plate using 5 bolts, you most likely would be looking for a 12 inch diameter brake assembly like part # AKEBRK-6R and # AKEBRK-6L, but you could verify this by measuring directly across the center of your drum or the brake assembly. To recommend the correct hub drum for your application, I would need to know your current hub bolt pattern, as well as the bearings it uses. In order to determine your hub drum bolt pattern, you would need to measure...
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  • Will Kodiak Disc Brake Kit, # K2HR712 Fit a 7,000 Pound Dexter Trailer Axle
  • Yes, the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit, # K2HR712, will fit 7,000 pound Dexter trailer axles. It is also designed to fit 16 inch and larger wheels with an 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern. You can check your existing bearing numbers to determine if this kit or another will fit your axle. If you have # 25580 inner bearings and # 14125A inner bearings, 16 inch or larger wheels with an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern, this kit will work. The bearings and seals for this kit are sold separately, but the races...
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  • What is Better, TruRyde or Timken Trailer Bearings
  • Not all bearings are created equal, but you would be hard-pressed to find one that is vastly superior than another. Whether it is TruRyde, Timken, or some other brand, if the bearings are properly maintained, used in the correct hub, and within the capacity of the trailer they will last a long time. They do not really have a rating in miles or time. You will need to inspect them for time to time, perhaps when yo uare inspecting other parts like brakes or suspension components. I have...
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  • Parts Needed to Install the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit part # K2HR79E
  • All of the parts you mentioned will complete a disc brake kit for a trailer, but you will need to know for certain if your current hubs have the same bearings that the # K2HR712D would take. You will need to pull the bearings of your current hubs to get the numbers that are stamped on them. If it's the same as what comes with the kit you would be good. They will need to be # 25580 and # 14125A. Most likely this would be the case since Heartland uses Dexter axles and a Dexter 7K axle uses...
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  • Recommendation for Timbren 7K Axle-Less Suspension and Disc Trailer Brakes for Gooseneck Trailer
  • We offer 7K Timbren Axle-Less systems such as # TASR7KS01 and it is what I recommend for your trailer build. These systems can be used to replace up to 2 axles and they have brake mounting flanges included. With this system you also will not have to worry about suspension components wearing out like you would with traditional leaf spring suspension. They are not oil bath types of spindles but they are EZ lube so you would just pump grease in at the end of each of the spindles so it...
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  • Can a 14125A Trailer Wheel Bearing Replace a 15123 Bearing
  • No, the # 14125A bearing has different applications than a # 15123 bearing. The outer diameters are different. Both are readily available bearings. If you have a 15123 bearing then you would need that same bearing as a replacement. If you can provide the inner and outer bearing numbers on your existing hubs, I can make some recommendations for replacement parts. I have included a video on bearings for you.
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  • Trailer Axles and Electric Over Hydraulic Disc Trailer Brakes that Offer Best Ride for 14K Trailer
  • For a 7,000 pound trailer axle I recommend a Timbren system, # TASR7KS01. This is actually an axle-less system with its own built in suspension. Since there is no axle beam connecting one side to the other it creates independent suspension at all the wheels. For 2 axles you would need 2 kits. For compatible disc brakes I recommend Kodiak dacromet disc brake kit # K2HRCM1337-9DAC. This kit is for 1 axle so to put brakes on both axles you would need 2 kits. For as much weight as you are...
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  • Disc Brake Recommendation for 2011 Carriage Cameo Fifth wheel 36FWS
  • The Kodiak Disc Brake Kit, # K2HR712, will fit 7,000 pound Dexter trailer axles. It is also designed to fit 16 inch and larger wheels with an 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern. You can check your existing bearing numbers to determine if this kit or another will fit your axle. If you have # 25580 inner bearings and # 14125A inner bearings, 16 inch or larger wheels with an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern, this kit will work. The bearings and seals for this kit are sold separately, but the races are...
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  • Hub and Drum Assembly Needed for a 1979 Featherlite Horse Trailer with 6000lb Axles
  • It sounds as if you will need the trailer hub and drum assembly # 42866UC3, which has an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern and uses the # 25580 inner bearing (1.75 inch inner diameter) and # 14125A outer bearing (1.25 inch inner diameter). This assembly works with a 12 x 2 inch brake assembly like left hand electric brake assembly # 23-105, and with wheels that use 1/2 inch studs. There are numerous other possibilities, like 12 x 2-1/4 inch brake assemblies, different bearing part numbers,...
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  • Identifying Replacement Wheel Bearings for Unknown Hubs on Boat Trailer
  • The easiest way to identify the needed replacement bearing kit is to obtain the reference numbers off the existing bearings. Your best bet would be to clean the existing bearings and closely examine them for the reference numbers. Given the inside diameter you provided, the bearings could be a # LM67048, # 15123 or # 14125A, all of which have a 1.25 inch inside diameter. All three bearings are listed as outer bearings for certain hubs, none of the hubs we offer would use these as both...
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  • What Trailer Hub Fits Outer Bearing # 14125A
  • The bearing number you referenced, # 14125A, is an outer bearing that will fit a number of different hub assemblies. Those compatible hub part numbers are # 42866UC3, # 8-219-4UC3 and # 8-231-9UC1-EZ. We also offer the matching race for this bearing, which is part # 14276. The inner diameter of this bearing is 1.250 inches. I have linked an article and several videos on hubs and bearings that may be helpful to you.
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  • Fit and Compatibility of Upgraded Hubs on a 84 Eager Beaver 9 Ton Tri Axle Trailer
  • Yes, the # 8-219-13UC3 will fit onto your 84 Eager Beaver 9 ton tri axles. Your old outer bearing # 15123 has the same inner diameter as the # 14125a on the 9/16 stud # 8-219-13UC3 hub. Some important things to know about this new hub compared to your old ones is that the bolt pattern will change from a 6 on 5-1/2 to 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern. Also the bearings you will need to use will be different, even though they will both fit the spindle the new hub will require the use of the new...
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  • Replacement Hub and Brake Assemblies for Lippert 7k Axle
  • The Dexter E-Z Lube Hub and Drum assembly that would work for your Lippert axles with the bearing and seal numbers you provided is part # 42866UC3-EZ. This fits 5200 lb to 7000 lb axles that require a 2-1/4 inch ID grease seal. The drum dimensions for this measure 12 inches diameter by 2 inches wide. I would recommend new drums like this unless yours happen to be in great condition still. We had a customer give us the bearing numbers of their Lippert 7k hub and they were # 14125A and...
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  • Recommended Parts To Convert Electric Drum Brakes To Electric-Over-Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • To convert your electric drum brakes to electric over hydraulic disc brakes, you will need disc brake assemblies, a brake line kit and an electric over hydraulic actuator. The disc brake kit I recommend with an 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern and fit on your 7,000-lb axles I recommend part # K2HR712E. This kit has an e-coat finish to help prevent corrosion. This kit comes with 2 hub/rotor assemblies, to convert 1 trailer axle. If you are using brakes on both axles you will need 2 kits....
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  • Recommended Replacement Wheel Bearings On An Airstream Trailer
  • Yes, the Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing, # 25580, is the replacement for the Airstream trailer bearing 4T-25580. It has an inner diameter of 1.750 inches and has the same outer diameter as well. If the (back)INNER bearing is the 4T-25580, then there are 3 different common outer bearing combinations. If you have a 6,000 lb axle, the outer bearing will be # 15123 and grease seal # RG06-070 will be needed as well. The bearing kit that includes these 3 parts is # BK3-100. If you...
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  • Will Hub with 25580 and 14125A Bearings Fit in Place of a Hub with 25580 and LM67048 Bearings
  • Yes, you can use a hub and drum assembly that uses outer bearing # 14125A. It has the same inner diameter as the # LM67048 bearing but with a different outer diameter. Hub and drum assembly # 42866UC3 will work if you need an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern (which is the only option for that particular bearing combination).
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  • Parts Needed to Convert Trailer with 7,000 Pound Axles from Drum Brakes to Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • An excellent brake kit for your 7,000 pound axles is the Kodiak # K2HR712. You'll need inner bearing # 25580 and outer # 14125A. Also seal # RG06-070. These disc brakes have a raw finish and an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern. Since you have a tandem axle trailer, # T4830000 will be the brake line kit for you. If you're going to install electric over hydraulic brakes, the HydraStar # HBA16 is a what we recommend for an actuator. If your brakes will be just hydraulic disc brakes, then use...
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  • Disc Brake Kit Recommendation to fit 7,000 lb Dexter Axles
  • For your Dexter 7k axles the Kodiak Kit part # K2HR712D would fit and work well. Your EZ lube grease caps from your current hubs will fit the hub/rotors and for bearings you would need # 25580 and # 14125A and then for the seal you would want the part # RG06-070.
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  • Converting Electric Brakes to Electric Over Hydraulic Disc Brakes 2006 Heartland Big Horn 5th Wheel
  • We can certainly help you with the components you will need in order to convert your trailer to electric over hydraulic disc brakes. To convert your brakes, you will want to add disc brake hub/rotor assemblies, an electric over hydraulic actuator, and a brake line kit to your trailer. For a disc brake kit that will match your 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern and fit on your 6,000 pound axles, I recommend the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit with 13 Inch Hub/Rotor and 8 on 6-1/2 Bolt Pattern # K2HR712E....
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  • How to Pick Out Replacement Bearings for Trailer with Unknown Axle
  • I wasn't able to determine which axles you have on your trailer, but since there is a chance they could have been changed at one point the only solution I can provide would be to check your current setup to find the correct bearings. The only two solution I have for you would be to remove the hubs and get the numbers that are stamped on the bearing or for you to remove the hubs and use a digital or dial caliper to measure where the bearings and seal ride (see pic). With that info...
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  • Recommended Electric Over Hydraulic Brake Set Up for 2016 Montana 3710FL 5th Wheel
  • I was able to confirm that your Montana 3710FL uses tandem 7000 lb axles. A 7K axle would typically have an 8 on 6-1/2 wheel bolt pattern and the spindles would be compatible with a 25580 inner and an 14125A outer bearing. You'll want to identify the inner and outer wheel bearings used by your current hub/drums. Let me know if your hubs uses a different outer bearing. If your drums use the 25580 inner and 14125A outer bearing, I'd recommend the Kodiak 13 Inch Hub/Rotor Kit, part # K2HR712E....
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  • Will Bearing Buddy # BB2717 Work With AL-KO 7,000-Lb Axle
  • You will want to use a digital caliper like part # PTW80157 to measure the inside dimension of your hub to make sure you get the correct Bearing Buddy. The Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors, part # BB2717 are designed to fit a hub bore that is 2.717 inches diameter. If your outer bearing is a # 14125A, then the # BB2717 would work for you.
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  • Upgrading Hubs From 6 Bolt to 8 Bolt for 5,200 lb Axles
  • We have 2 different options for you to use to upgrade your 5,200 lb axles from 6 bolt to 8 bolt with 1/2 inch studs. Dexter Axle has the Trailer Hub Assembly, part # 8-231-9UC1-EZ, which is black in color and comes with the hub, inner bearing, part # 25580, outer bearing, part # 14125A, and the seal that you will be needing. This Trailer Hub Assembly also comes in a Galvanized Hub, part # 8-231-50UC1-EZ. Similar options that include the drums, in case you have brakes on your trailer,...
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  • Changing Trailer Hubs from Grease Type to Oil Bath Type
  • Oil bath hubs have a threaded bore that accepts the threaded oil cap that lets you see the oil level. If you want to change from grease-lubricated hubs to oil bath lubricated hubs you will need to make sure that your current bearings match up to those in one of the oil bath hub kits we offer, either # 8-219-9UC3-A or # 8-219-9UC3. Both of these hubs use the bearing set # 25580 inner and # 14125A outer. If your current hubs use this bearing set and if their 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern...
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  • Will etrailer/AxleTek Hubs Fit a Tie Down Engineering 7K Axle
  • If your axle uses inner bearing # 25580 and outer bearing # 14125A and the wheel bolt pattern is 8 on 6-1/2 then yes, you can use hub assembly # AKIHUB-865-7-1-EZ-K. The bearing numbers are stamped into the sides of the bearings. If you have different bearing numbers let me know what they are and I can determine if we have a hub that fits.
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  • Recommended Hub And Drum And Brakes For Tri-Axle Gooseneck Trailer With 7,000 Axles
  • The hub and drums we offer for a 7,000 lb axle we offer all use 12 x 2 inch brakes. They also have an 8 on 6-1/2 inch wheel bolt pattern. I have attached a link to the hub and drums we have that are designed for a 7,000 lb axle you can check out. If you do not have EZ-Lube axles I recommend part # 42866UC3. These come with the bearings, races, seal, grease cap, wheel bolts and lug nuts. If you do have EZ-Lube axles I recommend part # 42866UC3-EZ. These are the same hub and drum but have...
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  • Recommendations for Brake Upgrades on 2015 Grand Design 375RE 5th Wheel
  • If you wanted to stay with the electric brakes, and simply swap out your existing brake assemblies for self-adjusting brake assemblies, which would be # AKEBRK-7R-SA for the passenger and # AKEBRK-7L-SA for the driver's side. These brake assemblies are compatible with 12 x 2 inch brake drums (inside diameter x inside depth) which is what a 7000 lb axle would usually use. Given your wheel bolt pattern, you most likely have a 7000 lb axle. You'll want to consult the label you described for...
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