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Old 26 September 2016, 11:48   #1
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Lost my bearings. 10" wheels.

Well, not lost....just noisy.

Can anyone tell me what bearings I need for my wee trailer.
10" wheels, no suspension. I ain't got a clue.



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Old 26 September 2016, 12:08   #2
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Two types . 4" & 100 mm. I took mine off and took it down to my local bearing shop. There's not much difference in the sizes so measure carefully.
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Old 26 September 2016, 12:16   #3
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Have a look at the bearings & seals to see what numbers are marked on them.
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Old 26 September 2016, 12:19   #4
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these should be the ones for a 1 inch shaft eBay item number:391402736943
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Excellent, I don't want to immobilise the trailer as I need to move it about my garage. I'd need to order stuff online as no local shop can get em any faster.
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Is it an extream trailer? Suspension is in the axel rubber.
As breezeblock has said standard 1" stub don't forget to buy new back seals and plenty of grease.
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Hi,

It's from a place in South Wales, just found it online.

http://www.clhtrailers.com/catalogue...-hull-trailer/
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It's from a place in South Wales, just found it online.

Catalogue
Says on thier home page they sell spares
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its a shame your not closer to denny i have the bearing installer for them if you have a dig around ebay you will get them cheaper also its irrelevant whether you buy ping pong 2 cocks bearings or skf they still don't last any better sea water is indiscriminate good quality grease helps but it doesn't make them last that much longer
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its a shame your not closer to denny i have the bearing installer for them if you have a dig around ebay you will get them cheaper also its irrelevant whether you buy ping pong 2 cocks bearings or skf they still don't last any better sea water is indiscriminate good quality grease helps but it doesn't make them last that much longer
I change mine twice a year cheap bearings good grease new seals and carry a spare hub.
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