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Old 29 May 2012, 04:50   #41
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Halfway down this page maybe?
ISHU45 ?
Bearings for Indespension hubs & drums from Western Towing
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Old 29 May 2012, 16:38   #42
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Thanks Orville!

Casting B7717 is part number ISBR176 and that one should be compatible with ISHU45 so case solved I hope.
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Final remember the super seal change should have done long time a go.

Havent open the drum jet but just to make sure, is this the correct "orientation" of
the super seal or should it be the other way around(the flat side towards the bearing)?
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Final remember the super seal change should have done long time a go.

Havent open the drum jet but just to make sure, is this the correct "orientation" of
the super seal or should it be the other way around(the flat side towards the bearing)?
The flat side should always face out, which should stop dirt entering the rollers.


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forgot to mention, greese should then be applied to the recessed bit, which face the rollers, to help dissipate heat build up.
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The flat side should always face out, which should stop dirt entering the rollers.


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forgot to mention, greese should then be applied to the recessed bit, which face the rollers, to help dissipate heat build up.
OK, thanks a lot! I really recommend to keep also the super hub seal in good condition....don't ask me why...I am lucky that i heard some noise from the bearings when manually moved the
trailer, most likely would have lost a wheel if went driving in that condition. Nothing left of the bearing, falling apart when removing the hub. Looks like grease went out and crap went in....
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Ordered new spare bearings from Western towing. Reasonable priced and OK service.
The delivered bearings was made in Japan, NTN brand, believe good quality. Would order again from there!
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