Replacement Grease Seals for Part # 22333TC and Brakes for a 2002 Airstream Safari Trailer

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I have a 2002 airstream 27 ft safari with 023-105 and 023-106 12 inch brake assembly on the trailer axle. What grease seal do I use. The grease seal on the hub has pn 22333TC on it and made in China with TCM on the seal. I plan to replace the brake assy and grease seals. Thanks

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The correct replacement grease seals for your # 22333TC seals is part # RG06-070. This includes two double lip seals and they have the same inner diameter, outer diameter and thickness as your current seals.

To replace your brake assemblies on your 2002 Airstream trailer you can use the Dexter Electric Brake Assemblies, # 23-105 for left hand and # 23-106 for right hand.

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Ken C.

I have these grease seals installed on my 2009 aluminum Venture trailer, used for towing a boat. My seals are TCM 22333TC, but they actually appear to be rubberized on the outside where they would be exposed to salt water. All of the seals I see on the etrailer website are bare metal. Do you carry seals the are rated for the marine environment? 95501

Reply from Jon G.

All of the seals that we have with the same size as your 22333TC seals (3.376" OD and 2.250" ID) have metal on them. People do use this type of seal for marine applications but I do see where something that doesn't include metal would likely last longer. Keep in mind that no matter what style seal you get it's always a good idea to keep with a regular maintenance schedule (see attached). 70582

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