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Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube Axles - 12" - 8 on 6-1/2

Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube Axles - 12" - 8 on 6-1/2

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Hub-and-drum assembly fits 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube axles with spindles that require a 2-1/8" grease seal. Inner bearing (25580) and race, outer bearing (14125A) and race, grease seal, grease cap, wheel bolts, and lug nuts included. Lowest Prices for the best trailer hubs and drums from Dexter Axle. Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube Axles - 12" - 8 on 6-1/2 part number 8-219-4UC3-EZ can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Dexter Axle Trailer Hubs and Drums - 8-219-4UC3-EZ

  • 8 on 6-1/2 Inch
  • For 5200 lbs Axles
  • For 6000 lbs Axles
  • For 7000 lbs Axles
  • Hub with Integrated Drum
  • EZ Lube
  • 16 Inch Wheel
  • 16-1/2 Inch Wheel
  • 17 Inch Wheel
  • 17-1/2 Inch Wheel
  • Dexter Axle
  • 1/2 Inch Stud
  • 25580
  • 14125A

Hub-and-drum assembly fits 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube axles with spindles that require a 2-1/8" grease seal. Inner bearing (25580) and race, outer bearing (14125A) and race, grease seal, grease cap, wheel bolts, and lug nuts included.


  • Trailer hub-and-drum assembly provides surface area for brake shoes to grip when brake is activated
    • Compatible with electric and hydraulic drum brakes
  • E-Z Lube-compatible grease cap makes lubricating bearings fast and easy
    • Remove rubber plug to access zerk fitting on spindle - no need to disassemble hub
  • Sturdy iron construction
  • Bearings, races, grease seal, grease cap, wheel bolts, and lug nuts are included
  • Hub and drum are made in the USA


  • Application: 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube trailer axles that require 2-1/8" inner diameter grease seal
    • Also fits spindles that take a 2-1/4" inner diameter grease seal - requires RG06-070 (sold separately)
  • Drum dimensions: 12" diameter x 2" wide
    • Works with 12" brake assembly
  • Bolt pattern: 8 on 6-1/2"
  • Wheel stud diameter: 1/2"
  • Weight capacity: 3,500 lbs

Bearing, Race, and Seal Information

  • Bearings (included)
    • Inner bearing: 25580 (1.75" inner diameter)
    • Outer bearing: 14125A (1.25" inner diameter)
  • Races (included)
    • Inner race: 25520
    • Outer race: 14276
  • Grease seal (included): GS-2125DL
    • Inner diameter: 2.125"
    • Outer diameter: 3.376"

E-Z Lube-Compatible Assembly for Simple Lubrication

The grease cap on this hub-and-drum assembly is specially designed to work with your Dexter E-Z Lube axle to make lubricating bearings quick and easy. Just remove the plug on the grease cap, attach a grease gun to the zerk fitting on the end of the spindle, and inject the grease. It will flow easily to both inner and outer bearings. Not only does this make lubricating the bearings easy, but it also helps to prevent corrosion of the hub. This is because you can lubricate the bearings without the mess of taking apart the entire assembly.

Determining the Bolt Pattern

The first number in the bolt pattern is the number of bolt holes. The second number denotes the diameter, in inches, of the circle on which the bolt holes sit.

Bolt Pattern - Even

On wheels with an even number of bolt holes, measure from the center of one bolt hole to the center of the hole directly across from it. (Example: 8 on 6-1/2 means 8 bolt holes with 6-1/2" from the center of one hole to the center of another on the opposite side.)

Bolt Pattern - Odd

To determine the bolt-circle diameter on wheels with an odd number of bolt holes, measure from the center of any bolt hole to the point halfway between the two bolt holes directly across from the first. (Example: 5 on 4-1/2 means 5 bolt holes with 4-1/2" measured to a point halfway between the opposite bolt holes.)

Bolt Pattern - Side

Measuring the distance (D) from the center of one bolt hole on the wheel to the center of a bolt hole right next to it can also help to determine the bolt pattern.

  • If D = 2-5/8", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 4-1/2"
  • If D = 2-3/4", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 4-3/4"
  • If D = 3", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 5"
  • If D = 3-1/4", then the bolt pattern is 5 on 5-1/2"

K08-219-96 Dexter 12" Hub and Drum Assembly for 5.2K to 7K Axle with Hardware - 8 on 6-1/2 - EZ Lube

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Video of Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube Axles - 12" - 8 on 6-1/2

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly Installation

Speaker 1: Today on our trailer we're gonna be doing a complete electric brake system overhaul. We'll be using Dexter electric trailer brake assemblies, part number 23-459 for the right side and the same Dexter brakes on the left side with part number 23-458. For our bearing and hub assemblies we'll be using Dexter's trailer drum and hub assembly, part number 8-219-4UC3-EZ.The best part about these brake assemblies is that they come preassembled so you just have to bolt them on. Assembling drum brakes can be a long, tedious task so you don't have to worry about it. The shoes included have bonded material so it'll give you a little bit extra life and prevent any rivets from digging into you drum if your brakes got stuck or you've worn them too far.They're electronically actuated so when power and ground is received here at the magnet it energizes it, causing it to grab, and the rotational force causes them to go outward into your drum, allowing you to stop. Since the are electric their replacement's a lot easier because you don't have to do any bleeding, it's a lot cleaner because there's no fluid, and it's fully adjustable with your brake controller up in the front.

While there is a location here on the backing plate to manually adjust your brakes the lever here will automatically move the star gear, adjusting your brakes outward, taking up any play. You never need to worry about adjusting because every time you stop your vehicle it's gonna take up that slack.These brake assemblies will work with most standard hub and drum assemblies including Dexter and AL-KO. They have a five bolt mounting pattern and work with wheel sizes of 14 and a half inch, 15 inch, 16 inch, and 16 and a half inch and support an axle rating of 6,000 pounds. Now if you're looking on our website at similar Dexter brakes such as part number 23-464 they're gonna operate identical between the two, the only difference is that the 23-464 is slightly heavier duty as it's rated for 7,000 pounds instead of 6,000.This hub and drum assembly is gonna be a complete replacement kit for axles of 5,200 pounds to 7,000 pounds. It's gonna work with 12 inch brakes and has the bearing races pre installed.

It works with an eight on six and a half inch wheel stud pattern. The drum uses a two and an eighth inch grease seal, the inner bearing is number 25580 and the outer bearing is 14125A.The dust cover has a removable center seal which is great so when it's installed if you have quick lube set ups you can hook your grease gun up right in there, grease them up, and then just pop the rubber seal back in without having to fight getting this whole dust cap off because we all know those can be kind of a pain.Also in your kit you're gonna receive some brand new lug nuts that'll match up to the studs on your new hub. If you're comparing these to others on our website such as part number 8-219-13UC3 it's gonna be similar in just about every way, it'll come with the same hardware, however this drum's dust cap doesn't come with the easy lube compatible assembly for simple lubrication. Now that we've gone over some of the features let's show you how to get it installed.We'll start by removing our wheel, we'll take off the eight lug nuts using a 13-16th inch socket. Now this might vary from your trailer to this trailer so just make sure you're using the appropriate size.

We can then set our lug nuts aside and remove the wheel. Then you'll need to remove your bearing cover cap, you can just use a screwdriver to get in behind the cap and pry it outwards. Now we need to remove the cotter pin, you can use a pair of needle nose pliers to bend it down straight and then push it up. Once you've pushed it up you can stick one of the end of the needle nose in the loop at the top and pull it on out, then we can just set this aside.Now you can use a pair of channel locks to loosen up the nut and take it off. Now there is a lot of wheel bearing grease back in here so wearing a pair of rubber gloves or having plenty of rags handy will definitely make the job be a lot less messy and more organized.

You can just set the nut aside. Behind the nut you'll find your washer and your outer bearing. To get those off you'll want to pull out slightly and then just grab the bearing out of there. You'll set your bearing and your washer aside. Now the whole drum will come off and we can set this drum aside. As you can see here the shoe material has come loose so the brakes we're no longer good and all this crud around here indicates that our wheel bearing seal was leaking a little bit of grease.Now we've got access to our drum brakes. Before we take these off and replace those we're gonna clean off the spindle here, so just get all of that old grease off. Next we're gonna take off our entire brake assembly here, we're using some penetrating oil on the bolts to help those come loose easier. You want to break them loose by hand first. Our bolt here we'll use a 15 millimeter socket though yours may differ. Once you've got them all broke loose then you can take them all the way off. Then we'll take out our last bolt, we can just set those bolts aside.Your electric brakes are operated off of two wires, you need to cut both of those wires and then solder or crimp them onto the new brake assembly. We're just gonna cut those down, I like to cut them as close to the brake assembly as possible so that way our trailer's got as much length as possible to still work with. Then you can take this off and set it aside. Once you've got everything apart it is a good idea to take some brake clean and go over and clean up all of your spindle assembly here. Then make sure to wipe off the area where the seal rides here, that'll prevent any grease from leaking out of our new assembly.Now we can take our new brake assembly and slide it on to our old spindle here. Make sure that you have your wiring pulled to the side so it doesn't get bound up or caught on anything. Slide it right onto the studs and then use the hardware provided in the kit to secure it to your studs. These caps we can set aside because we won't be using them until a later step. Always start your hardware by hand to make sure you're not cross threading it. If one of your studs pushes out just push it back in, you may need to tap it on the backside with a hammer to reseat it. Then tighten them down using a 15 millimeter socket.Now we're ready to hook up our brakes so you'll take the wires that you previously cut, strip those back a little bit, then you can either solder or use butt connectors to reattach them to your new brake hardware. We're gonna go ahead and just use a heat shrink butt connector here, crimp it on to our old wiring, then we'll crimp one on our other old wiring piece and then we just need to crimp them onto the wires coming off of our brakes. You can hook up either wire on your brakes to either wire on your trailer because they're not directional as long as it's receiving ground and brake signal they'll stop. We'll now use our heat gun to shrink down our butt connectors so that way it'll seal our wires and protect it from any moisture or corrosion.After your wires are all heat shrunk down we'll use the tab in the back to secure it to our brake drum, take off any of that slack that we might have. It's always good to leave a little bit of slack in case you need to make a future wiring repair. It simply folds over and then pushes into the back button here on the back. Now you repeat the same process on the other side. If you have any other axles you're gonna be doing you'll do this as well.We're ready to prepare our drum for installation. The bearing races come pre installed inside the drum so all we need to do is pack our bearings and put the seal on. Before we pack our bearings we're gonna smear some grease on the cavity inside the drum here between the two races, get that kind of filled up. Now we'll pack our bearings, we're gonna be using a bearing packer to do this, you can pick up a bearing packer here at etrailer.com. Set your bearing packer with the small tapered end facing down and the larger end towards the top. Put the push tool on top of that and then just press down, working it back and forth. This is gonna squish the grease up inside of the bearing there so that way it's fully packed and we don't have to worry about any metal on metal contact occurring. Now we can take our larger bearing and put it in the backside of our drum here with the smaller tapered end facing inward, it should sit nicely inside the race.We're now ready to put our seal on, but since we've got our bearing packer out and everything we're gonna go ahead and prepare our outer bearing by packing it first. Now we can put our bearing seal in, you want to make sure that you put the end with the spring on the seal facing towards the bearing so it'll look like this. Then you'll drive it in either using a seal driver or if you don't have the particular seal driver you need lying around a block of wood always works well. Make sure your block of wood is longer than your seal so that way you can't push it in too far because it'll bottom out against the hub here. Just tap it into place making sure you're kind of driving it in evenly. Once it's all the way down you'll hear a noticeable difference in the sound of your hammer taps. Then it'll be flush with our hub and it's ready to go on.Before you put your drum assembly on go ahead and smear some wheel bearing grease all over your spindle here, particularly on the inside and outside bearing edge. You'll want to take the old washer that you removed from your old hub and clean it off because we will be reusing the washer, just get all that old grease off of there. Now we can slide our drum on, once the drum's slid on then slide in your outer bearing followed by your washer. Now you can take the nut provided in the kit and thread it on, go ahead and tighten the nut down.Now's a good time to put your tire back on so you can make the appropriate bearing adjustments. Use the new lug nuts provided in the kit to tighten down your wheel. Now that we've got our wheel on go ahead and turn the wheel while tightening down the nut. Once you get it all the way tight we're ready to adjust it, just make sure we get out any slack and that it's fully seated. Now we're gonna back it off and then re tighten it. We're not gonna go as tight as we did before, we just want to go tight enough to where there's just a hair of up and down play when we shake it, just a very small, small amount. If you've got too much just go a little bit tighter, and if you have no play at all you can just loosen it up just a hair.Once you've got it to where there's almost no play take your nut lock, slide it on overtop of your nut there, and we're ready to put our dust cap on. Insert the rubber piece inside your dust cap. I like to take a little bit of the wheel bearing grease around the edge and smear that around the outside just to make the dust cap go on a little bit easier. Then tap your dust cap on using a rubber mallet or a dead blow hammer. Just keep working it around until it seats fully.Now that everything's installed and our wheel bearings properly adjusted the only thing left is to double check our brakes and make sure they're adjusted properly. I like to give the wheel a spin and listen for any kind of brake drag. As you'll notice here the wheel is spinning and you can see that there's no resistance so we want to put just a touch of resistance from our brake shoes onto our drum there so we're gonna make some small adjustments using the openings in the back.You can make adjustments to your initial brake setting here through the two holes located on the back of the backing plate. Inside there will be a small star gear that you can adjust with either a flathead screwdriver or a special brake drum spoon tool. We've adjusted it now so you can hear that slight bit of brake drag that slows the wheel down so now we know that it's adjusted properly so when our breaks apply it's gonna apply immediately. Once you've got everything adjusted properly just take the small plastic caps provided in the kit and insert them in the two holes in the back of the backing plate.Now all that's left is to torque your lug nuts to the appropriate specification. Now you're ready to hook up to your trailer and hit the road. That completes the electric brake system overhaul on our trailer.

Customer Reviews

Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube Axles - 12" - 8 on 6-1/2 - 8-219-4UC3-EZ

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (23 Customer Reviews)

Hub-and-drum assembly fits 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb E-Z Lube axles with spindles that require a 2-1/8" grease seal. Inner bearing (25580) and race, outer bearing (14125A) and race, grease seal, grease cap, wheel bolts, and lug nuts included.

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Parts were delivered on time and were exactly as expected. Everything fit and functions as desired. This was my third experience with e trailer, and customer service was once again second to none. 541454

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I have ordered all my trailer brakes from e-trailer I have always been very happy with what I've ordered If there was something I wasn't sure about I'd look on there web site and find it Before I ordered from them I shopped around in my own town for parts what I found is E-trailer had better parts and someone who was willing to help and not just give you something so you would leave their store because you was asking to many questions 323482

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I contacted James and he helped with with customer support that you just don’t find any more. He took the time to answer my questions and make sure that the parts I needed were the parts I ordered and received. My entire order arrived on the date that they said it would. I would highly recommend E trailer and have already. Recommended them to several fellow ranchers and farmers. 524726

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had to replace all four drums on EZ lube axles as I had already replaced the brakes with the newer never adjust brake kits and this was the perfect patch. Only thing is this kit comes with the Dexter 10-10 grease seal which has a 2.125 I.D. After measuring the axle seal shaft diameter that was 2.252 I went with a double lip seal GS-2250DL leaving it with a .002 interference fit. My order came in only a couple off days and all the parts were as described and in great packaging. 607729

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Good product and very easy to install. 521970

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Shipped fast. Arrived great. No problem installing. 428816

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I installed the left assy. today and all went well thanks to all the support and videos. All questions were answered thoroughly and I knew I was in good hands all the way. The product arrived packaged very well without any issues. I will be installing just the break assy. on the right side so that they break even. The only thing I noticed, and I don't know why is that the 8 pressed bolts on the hub were a smaller size than the ones on my 5er. I am glad the nuts were supplied, and hope the smaller size does not interfere with the wheel mounting. 5+ stars for e-trailer. Instead of crimping the wires together, I soldered them together and then shrink wrapped them, then added water resistant electrical tape around the shrink wrap. I figured this would be more secure than crimping. 407958

No problems. Install was easy, and product worked fine. The only issue was the studs were a different size than what was on the trailer. I had to purchase new nuts at a different Web site.
Joel C - 07/20/2018


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great 378970

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perfection from start to finish 369058

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I ordered the Dexter version specifically to avoid any issues but I had one anyway, the studs are smaller dia. than the OEM hubs that came on my Dexter axles. They send new lug nuts with the kit but they are not appropriate for my aluminum wheels requiring additional expense for new lug nuts. Other than the stud size they are exact replacements. 355424

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Great replacement back up hub for trave ling. 333218

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works well, easy to install 299342

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working great 290067

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Super fast shipping. Product was in my hands less than 12 hours after I ordered it. Installed and was back up and running in no time flat. Will def be doing business with again in the future for all of my fleets trailer parts. 263088

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Bearing races had surface rust. Cleaned with light sandpaper but I cannot be sure the bearings were not compromised. 250234

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Very happy with how fast it was shipped and received. It was ordered on Thursday afternoon and arrived the following Monday. Very good quality. I have ordered other items from e-trailer and very happy with their service. 240116

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American Made, great product, fit perfect and the service and available videos made etrailer purchasing a no-brainer. 222413

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Wrong outer bearing and dust cap, 1 out of 4 hubs. Had to use old parts. Everything else worked fine. 217233

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I have a 1999 Kaufman 50' 3 car wedge tri-axle trailer with Dexter 12x2 8 lug 6k lb axles (3 axles) so I ordered new drums (loaded with bearrings, seals, races, lug nuts) and separately ordered backing plates with brakes. Previously I ordered an equalizer shackle kit from etrailer.com and they shipped very fast with free shipping, so i have been a return customer and will continue to be. Great service, fast shipping great prices, and everything works how it should. 182233

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Everything seems to go together as they are supposed to. Had a little problem with delivery. But once I inquired and the rep discovered the problem she was quick to fix it. I would give an A+ to customer service. Some problems just happen. But how you fix that problem speaks volumes. 178160

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Perfect fit for my Keystone tri-axle trailer. Thanks Marica 168676

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Product was exactly what was ordered and delivered quickly. I wish all on-line companies were this proficient. 160514

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I obtained the product today and it looks very good. If this works well I probably will be ordering another set. 44005


Ask the Experts about this Dexter Axle Trailer Hubs and Drums

  • Will 1/2 Inch Wheel Studs Fit Dexter Hub 8-219-4UC3-EZ?
    If you measured the stud size on your hub and drum assembly and they measured 1/2 inch then they may work with the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-219-4UC3-EZ, which also uses 1/2 inch wheel studs. The fact they are both 1/2" does not necessarily mean they will thread onto the new studs as they may be different thread pitches. Keep in mind those are for E-Z Lube axles so if you did not have those you could also use the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-219-4UC3. You will...
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  • Can 7,000 Pound Hub and Drum with 8 on 6-1/2 Bolt Pattern Fit 5,200 Pound Axle
    Dexter hubs # 8-219-4UC3-EZ can fit a 5,200 pound axle, but not as they come. The 5,200 pound axles, like part # 8327816 as an example, use # 25580 and # LM67048 for the inner and outer bearings respectively. The hub uses # 14125A for the outer bearing which has the same inner diameter (1.25 inches) as # LM67048 so that's not an issue. The problem is the grease seal. The hub includes # GS-2125DL for the seal which measures 2.125 inches inner and 3.376 inches outer. The axles need...
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  • Self-Adjusting Electric 12 x 2-Inch Trailer Brakes for 6K Axle
    Dexter electric drum brake 023-105-00 is a 12 x 2-inch left-hand brake for a 6K axle. We do have cost-effective options in this brake size and rating that you can see on the linked page. For a matching left- and right-hand set I suggest the Axle Tek kit # AKEBRK-7-SA which works with wheel sizes from 14-1/2-inches to 16-1/2-inches. These are self-adjusting brakes but we also have manual-adjust kit # AKEBRK-6.
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  • Difference Between Hub/Drum # 8-219-4UC3-EZ and # 42866UC3-EZ
    The only difference between the two hubs is the inside dimension of the grease seal included with the hub drum. The # 42866UC3-EZ uses a 10-36 grease seal with a 2.25 inch inside diameter and the # 8-219-4UC3-EZ uses a 10-10 grease seal that has a 2.125 inside diameter. To determine which is compatible with your existing spindle, you will need to use a digital or dial caliper to measure the surface of the spindle that the grease seal rides against (see diagram). If this surface of...
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  • Replacement Hub Recommendation for Lippert 6,000 lb Axle
    Yes, the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-219-4UC3-EZ that you referenced is a confirmed fit for your Lippert 6k axle that you mentioned but you'll need to verify the grease seal dimension on your spindle. You'll need yours to measure 2.125 inches for this hub to fit. If instead you measure 2.25 you'll need the hub # 42866UC3-EZ instead as it comes with the correct seal for that dimension.
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  • Do 8k Oil Bath End Caps On Lippert Axle Interchange With Dexter End Caps
    I reached out to my contact at Lippert and got their specs on the 8K Oil Bath Caps. Dexter Axle had their specs on their website. The caps have a different threading so they are not interchangeable parts. The # RG04-230 oil caps will only fit the Dexter Hubs, but the Dexter hubs can work on a Lippert axle with proper race and bearings.
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  • Will a Dexter Trailer Hub Fit on a Lippert Trailer Axle
    Many times Dexter hubs will fit on a Lippert axle, but Lippert does have a few axles out there with special spindle sizes. Every Lippert axle comes with a tag or plate on the axle that gives a serial number or NV number. If you can give me that number, I can tell you what parts you will need. Otherwise, if you could not find that tag, you can simply select a hub by matching the bearing and grease seal part numbers from your existing hub. The part numbers for the bearings are usually...
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  • Identifying the Bearings and Seals on a Lippert Trailer Axle
    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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  • New 7K Trailer Axle to Replace a Lippert 6K Trailer Axle
    We have 7K options but they not a traditional straight axle. They are more like torsion axles that have their own built-in suspension and do not require an axle beam between the 2 sides. This design would then provide independent suspension! The most basic option is # TASR7KS01. It has brake mounting flanges but no hubs or drums. This allows you to select the hubs/drums and brakes you want. They do have the grease fitting for EZ lube hubs but you don't have to use EZ lube hubs. You can...
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  • Lug Nut Torque Recommendation for Dexter Hub # 8-219-4UC3-EZ to 17.5 inch Wheel
    95 ft lbs would be good for torquing the lug nuts of the trailer hub part # 8-219-4UC3-EZ to a 17.5 inch diameter trailer wheel. The acceptable range would be 90 to 120 ft lbs for your setup.
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  • What is Required to Change the Bolt Pattern on Trailer Hubs
    To change your hub bolt pattern will require you to change hubs to one that has the bolt pattern you need. You will need to know what spindle you have on your trailer. In order to do that you can either get the inner and outer bearing numbers from a hub or use a dial or digital caliper to get exact measurements of the spindle. The measurements needed are the parts of the spindle where the bearings ride. If you get back to me with that information I will help you pick out the right...
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  • Will Dexter Hub # K08-285-96 fit a Lippert axle # nv2422811
    Yes, the Dexter Hub # K08-285-96 will fit on a Lippert axle # nv2422811. They are both rated for 8K and the bearings and grease seal match up between them. The axle is actually rated at 7K, but that is because it comes with 7K brakes. It is actually an 8K axle and 8K hub.
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  • Which Dexter Hub or Hub and Drum Fits a Lippert 2,800 to 3,500 Pound Trailer Axle
    The LCI35 in the axle number indicates that it is a Lippert 3,500 pound axle but it could be derated to 2,800 pounds. I believe the G545 indicates hubs with a 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern. So for hub and drum assemblies that fit those characteristics you can use assembly # 84546UC3 (or # 84546UC3-EZ if the spindles have grease fittings at the ends) which uses inner bearing L68149 and outer bearing L44649. For a regular hub you can use # 84545BX (or # 84545UC1-EZ if the spindles have grease...
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  • Troubleshooting Dico 45263 Replacement Bearings, Race, Seal
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