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  • Reese Revolution Pin Box Grease Maintenance
  • Yes, you will need to grease the skid plate and around the wedge on the Sidewinder/Revolution. I have included a picture from the instructions for Sidewinder # RP61410 showing where the grease needs to go. You can use grease # L11390.
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  • Grease Recommendation and Schedule for Dexter EZ Lube Spindles
  • Standard tapered trailer wheel bearings are recommended to be re-packed with fresh bearing grease about every year or every 12,000 miles under normal use. In certain conditions this interval could be shorter, such as if you routinely tow the trailer under conditions of extreme heat or near its maximum load capacity. This and other recommended trailer maintenance procedures are outlined in the linked article, which may interest you. The best grease around for trailer hubs is the "Red"...
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  • How to Clean Weld Nuts Inside the Frame of a 2015 Honda Odyssey
  • In order to clean out the weld nuts inside the frame of your 2015 Honda Odyssey you can use the UltraLube Biobased Spray Lubricant and Penetrant part # L10444 along with the Nylon Tube Brush part # 814092. If you were very careful you could also use an M12 thread tap but this should only be used if the bolts will still not thread in correctly after extensive cleaning as you run the risk of cross threading.
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  • Grease Gun that Fits 14 oz Grease Cartridge # L11315
  • The Mini Grease Gun that comes with the # L30132 is designed for a smaller 3 oz cartridge like what comes with it. For a gun that works with the size cartridge of the # L11315 that you referenced you'd need a larger gun like the # L30200 as this is designed to fit this size of 14 oz cartridges.
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  • Wheel Bearing Grease Recommendation for 7k Lippert Axle
  • The RED grease is the best grease for trailer hubs. It's marine grade and the most heavy-duty grease around so its what we recommend the most. For that you would want # L11390. This grease also happens to be the most universal. You are going to need to measure your current spindle to determine whether or not you need a 2-1/8 inch seal like # RG06-090 or if you need a 2-1/4 inch seal like # RG06-070. You will need to take the measurement of the spindle where the grease seal rides....
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  • How to Identify Correct Replacement Bearings and Seals for Boat Trailer
  • Replacing your boat trailer's wheel bearings and seals is easiest if you pull one of the hubs and remove the inner and outer bearings and grease seal. The part numbers for these items usually appear as shown in the linked photo, and knowing the part numbers is the surest way to know you have selected the correct replacement parts. If you cannot get the part numbers please let me know and I will give you help with how to measure the spindles and hubs for the parts' sizes. We offer individual...
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  • Grease Recommendation for Boat Trailer Hub
  • I really like the LMX Red Grease as it is heavy duty grease which works well in high heat situations and because it is waterproof. For that the part # L10320.
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  • Recommended Grease for use With Bearings on Boat Trailers Disc Brakes
  • I recommend going with a grease specifically made for marine applications and disc brakes, such as the LubriMatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease # L11402. This grease is made from a water insoluble formula with a 550 degree drop point and would be the perfect grease for the disc brakes on your boat trailer.
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  • Availability of Lubrimatic Marine Trailer Grease in Can/Tub
  • Yes, we offer the part # L11402 in a tub form as well as part # L11404. This is a 16 oz can/tub.
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  • Can Lubrimatic Red Grease be Used for Trailer Wheel Bearings
  • You can use the red grease # L11390 for trailer wheel bearings if you wanted. You can also use wheel bearing grease # L11465 which is designed for use on trailer running gear, including wheel bearings. It also has a slightly higher temperature rating, 520 degrees, compared to 510 degrees for the red grease. When adding new grease you will need to make sure that the new grease is compatible with the old grease or remove the old grease completely. Incompatible greases can break each other...
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  • Does LubriMatic Mini Grease Gun Require A Cartridge For Use
  • The LubriMatic Mini Grease Gun, part # 30-800 is not designed for a direct grease fill. It is designed to use the 3-oz cartidges like part # L11399. We do have grease guns that can be filled with suction or use a cartridge. They are part # L30100, part # L30-192, and part # L30193.
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  • Recommendation for Freeing Seized Lock Cylinder on Ball Mount
  • Of your key operated hitch similar to the Fastway ball mount # DTALBM6625, you are wise not to use leverage as the primary tool as it could damage your key, lock cylinder or both. I recommend you use the UltraLube Biobased Spray Lubricant and Penetrant - 12-oz Aerosol with Straw # L10444 on the lock cylinder and then use a rubber mallet to allow vibration to help it work into the cylinder locking mechanism. Allow it to sit and repeat as necessary until the key is able to be used to free...
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  • Available Bearing Grease Types and Hub/Drum Assemblies
  • We do offer several types of grease products with varied formulations for specific applications. The LubriMatic Disc/Drum Brake and Wheel Bearing Grease # L11382 that you referenced is formulated for drum brake and wheel bearing lubrication. This product is rated GC-LB by the NLGI which means it has the highest rating in its product class. The available grease types and their applications are detailed in the linked article on lubricants. We also offer hub/drum assemblies that you can...
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  • Black Graphite Grease Replacement Options
  • Although Curt recommends the use of black graphite grease with their 5th wheel hitch, you could certainly use the LubriMatic Mini Grease Gun Kit with Multi-Purpose Grease part # L30132 for an alternative option as stated by our Curt representative.
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  • Troubleshooting Lighting Functions on 7-Way on 2002 GMC Sierra
  • The lighting problems you describe sound like the classic examples of issues caused by a weak ground. If a wiring system's ground connection is not 100-percent tight to a clean bare metal surface the system may be able to deliver enough current for some circuits to work but not enough for all of them to work at one time. In trailer wiring harness installations what usually happens is that everything works normally until the headlights/running lights are turned on. Since these lights...
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  • Can Butt Connectors Be Used in Place of Quick-Splice Connectors for Installing LED Trailer Lights
  • Yes, since all the running/clearance lights on your trailer will be fed by the same circuit you can use butt connectors rather than quick-splice connectors to enable a longer-lasting and more water-resistant connection. Wiring the lights as you described is fine. I also suggest using dielectric grease # 11755 in/on all connectors to prevent entry of water and contaminants that could eventually cause connectivity issues.
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  • Marine Grade Grease for Trailer Brakes and Bearings
  • The water insoluble grease that we carry is Lubrimatic Marine Trailer Wheel Bearing Grease available in 14 ounce cartridges, part # L11402 and a 16 ounce can, part # L11404.
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  • Is the 16 Ounce Wheel Bearing Grease Tub Enough for a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Yes, the UltraLube Biobased Disc/Drum Brake Wheel Bearing Grease part # L10333 would be sufficient to fill all of the bearings on your Keystone RV Montana Fifth Wheel. There would even be plenty left over for maintenance. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
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  • Troubleshooting Right Trailer Brake Light & Trailer Brake Controller Not Working
  • Thanks for providing the details on your trailer wiring issue. Since you have three trailers that all show the same issue when connected to your 2004 Chevrolet Silverado odds are good that the problem is in the truck wiring. The first thing to check is the ground connection on the vehicle wiring harness. This wire's ring terminal must make a clean metal-to-metal connection in order to allow for all functions to operate properly. Corrosion can build up and cause issues. Try removing...
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  • Grease and Gun Recommendation for Sailboat Trailer that is Bio-Based
  • The LMX Red grease is basically the best grease you can put in a trailer hub. The part # L10320 is also bio-based so it's easier on the environment so that's nice as well. The grease gun part # L30416 is going to be a great option for a gun. This is the nicest one we offer and the price isn't terrible so it would be the one I would recommend. All of the reviews we have for it from our customers show that they really like it too. It's also compatible with the marine grease you already...
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  • Troubleshooting Brake Controller Malfunction When Trailer Plug Gets Wet
  • In order to protect your circuit breaker and your controller, you do need to keep moisture out of the electrical connections causing shorts. My recommendation is to use dielectric grease # 11755 to keep moisture and debris out of your connections. Use this at any connection point to give you a more secured connection. If you don't already have a cover for your trailer connection on your trailer, I recommend replacing your connector with one that has a spring loaded cover to keep a tight...
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  • Solution for Stuck Arm on Older Roadmaster Sterling Tow Bar
  • There may be some dirt and debris interfering with the normal function of the tow bar. I would start by lubricating the arms, however lubricants like WD40 should not be used. Instead use a silicone-base lubricant like part # L11350. That's going to be the only solution for your tow bar since it's too old for our repair kits.
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  • Can Lithium Grrease Be Used To Lubricate A Fifth Wheel Hitch
  • You will not have any problem using lithium grease on your fifth-wheel hitch. Per the instructions for a fifth-wheel hitch, automotive type chassis grease is recommended so lithium grease like part # L11350 should work just fine for you.
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  • What is the Recommended Maintenance Schedule on a Trailer
  • The recommended schedule to grease your wheel bearings is every 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. You can use the red grease # L11390 for trailer wheel bearings if you wanted. You can also use wheel bearing grease # L11465 which is designed for use on trailer running gear, including wheel bearings. It also has a slightly higher temperature rating, 520 degrees, compared to 510 degrees for the red grease. When adding new grease you will need to make sure that the new...
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  • Recommended Grease Gun and Grease For 3 Ounce Cartridges
  • Unfortunately all of our 3 oz cartidges have the plastic ring and not the metal ring. If you'd like to upgrade your grease gun for the ability to use the current cartidges, I recommend the LubriMatic Mini Grease Gun Kit with Multi-Purpose Grease, # L30132.
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  • Best Wheel Bearing Grease for a Trailer
  • The highest quality grease we carry for wheel bearing is the LMX red grease like the part # L11390 that you referenced. If you are looking for a brand that is available in both a cartridge and a can you would want the part # L10320. LMX Red is heavy-duty, premium grease for the toughest lubricating jobs on the biggest, heaviest equipment. It performs better under higher pressures and temperatures than standard multi-purpose grease, and it resists water better. Because it resists water...
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  • Recommended High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease for EZ Lube Spindles
  • The green or blue greases are usually a synthetic grease with color added for identification or brand recognition. For your application, I recommend the LubriMatic Wheel Bearing Grease for Disc and Drum Brake Applications - 14-oz Cartridge # L11465 which works with a grease gun like # L30200. This will work perfectly on your EZ Lube spindles.
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  • Recommended Grease to Use for a Reese SC Weight Distribution System
  • To lubricate your Reese SC Weight Distribution (WD) system I highly recommend the UltraLube Biobased LMX Red Grease. This is an excellent grease that does a great job at resisting water and the elements. It is available in a 14-oz Cartridge # L10320. According to Reese you need to lubricate the ball mount sockets, hitch ball, and spring bar trunnions. The trunnions should be lubricated daily and when in use. You need to lubricate the upper and lower trunnion pivot pins and contact area...
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  • Trailer Warning Lights Flash in Vehicles Message Center
  • The trailer warning lights flashing in your message center sounds like either a ground issue on the trailer or a corrosion problem between the trailer connectors. I would first start off by disconnecting the trailer connectors and using a bit of electrical spray to clean the pins. Once done, I would also use a bit of dielectric grease like part # 11755 between the two connectors before mating them back together to prevent future problems. Before you move onto the trailer wiring, I also...
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  • Recommended Grease for Trailer Brakes and Bearings
  • There are many options out there. LubriMatic Disc/Drum Brake and Wheel Bearing Grease # L11465 is a great one. You can use it on disc or drum brakes. It can also be used to grease wheel bearings.
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