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Remove and Reinstall a Trailer Hub Review

First off, we will take off the hub, then take off the nut on the inside, and we will pop the whole hub off and take it to the workbench and clean it up from there. You can see there is a lot of rust in there, there is a lot of condensation. Basically water got in there through either condensation or a seal leak. We definitely need to take it apart and clean it up. This has whats called a tang washer. Instead of a regular cotter pin that goes up and down, it has a little piece of metal that goes between the notches here and you have to push this back, flat, so you can take off the nut. And the whole thing just slides off. Sometimes if it gets caught on the hub here you can beat it to get it to come loose. We will go ahead and clean this spindle off here, and then we will put our hub back on. Give it a test fit first to make sure it all slides on pretty good and then go ahead and take it back off. What is good is to take a thin layer, it doesnt have to be much just a little bit, to kind of help the parts slide on a little bit more than they used to.


Cleaning and Replacing Hubs and Bearings

First off we will go ahead and take off the dust cap. In this case it is a bearing buddy. Next is taking out the locking pin, the cotter pin that goes through the center here. Once you have that lock washer off, just go ahead and take off the nut and pull your whole hub off. Now we are going to go ahead and inspect the hub and bearings here.


Trailer Hub and Drum Inspection FAQ

When it comes to owning a trailer, maintenance is important. Today we're going to be taking a loot at our hub and drum assembly and we're going to show you how to inspect that. Now we already have our lug nuts and our tire and wheel removed. This is our hub and drum assembly. In order to inspect the internal components, we need to go ahead and remove it. When need to go ahead and pry the dust cap off. We'll clean it out a little bit, get all that dirt and grime out of the way.


Trailer Hub Inspection Demonstration

We get many many questions on how to make sure trailer hubs and brakes are safe for travel. Here Joe addresses some of those questions demonstrating how to thoroughly inspect the hubs, breaks and bearings. I know many of us take the performance of these assemblies for granted but if you are planning a long trip or just make short trips around town you should be aware of their condition. I like to say it is time well spent when it avoids break downs on the side of the highway.


Standard Axle Brake Assembly Hub and Drum Installation FAQ

Today we're going to do a how to video on installing a brake assembly and a hub and drum onto a standard axle and everything that'll come with the kit will be . We'll start with the brake assembly. This happens to be the right hand side brake assembly. The reason you'll be able to notice that is the arm and the smaller shoe will face the front of the vehicle and you'll see the magnet would be at the bottom on a brake assembly. It'll also come with this hub and drum. If you'll notice the races for the inner and the outer bearing are pre-installed into the hub and drum. It'll also come with the bearings, the outer bearing, the larger inner bearing, come with the grease seal, comes with the dust cap, it'll also come with five of your half inch lug nuts to put your wheels and tires on, and it'll also come with four nuts and four washers to install the brake assembly onto the axle.




Trailer Hubs and Drums Videos

Titan Trailer Hubs and Drums T1870100042 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Titan eight on six and a half inch complete hub and drum assembly. This is a 12 inch hub and drum assembly that's designed for hydraulic brake applications. It features the eight on six and a half inch bolt pattern. And with this part number it comes with everything laid out here on the table. So you get the hub and drum, you get everything laid out here. So you have the inner bearing, and the race is already pre installed.






Dexter Axle Trailer Hubs and Drums 8-287-14UC1 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the Dexter Oil Bath Trailer Idler Hub Assembly for 8,000 pound axles. Has a eight on six and a half inch bolt pattern. Now this trailer hub assembly will fit 8,000 pound idler axles, with 9/16ths diameter studs. It includes everything laid out here on the table, the idler hub assembly. The inner bearing, which is part number 25580. Outer bearing, which is part number 02475.


Dexter Axle Trailer Hubs and Drums 8-393-4UC3 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the Dexter trailer, hub and drum assembly for 7,200 pound axles that are manufactured after 1999. Has an eight on six and a half inch bolt pattern. Now this trailer and hub drum assembly will provide the surface area for your break show to grip when the break is activated. Now it is compatible with both electric and hydraulic drum breaks. It is a sturdy iron construction. It includes everything laid out here on the table: the hub and drum assembly, the larger bearing, which is the inner bearing, it's part number 25580, outer bearing, which is the smaller of the two, is 02475, now the bearing races that those sit in are already reinstalled in the hub.


Dexter Axle Trailer Hubs and Drums 008-219-98 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 7,000 pound axles. The oil bath trailer hub and drum assembly provides surface area for your brake shoes to grip when your brake is activated. It's compatible with electric and hydraulic drum brakes. It's a cast iron construction. Very strong and very durable. This portion of the unit is stamped on there, Made in the U.S.A.


Dexter Axle Trailer Hubs and Drums 008-418-02 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum for 3,000-pound axles. The trailer hub and drum provides the surface area for the brake shoes to grip when the brake is activated. This is compatible with electric and hydraulic drum brakes.When it comes to the construction, it's a sturdy iron construction, very strong and durable. With this, some things are already included, like the inner and outer races and the wheel bolts. Now, your bearings, grease seal, grease cap, and lug nuts, those are all sold separately and available at etrailer.com.The hub and drum are made in the USA. This is designed for 3,000-pound trailer axles.


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