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Old 02 December 2015, 01:47   #21
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think my indespension trailer has 18mm wheel nuts
I cant see what's difficult to grasp 17mm too small 19mm too big .
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It's an Indespension axle with what lookalike their 'wide wheel' option. Usually fitted to PWC trailers / small rib trailers. Often the JS05 / CSMINI / CSMICRO models.

The hubs are supplied by URB trailer parts (same place I buy mine). They're a 4" (101.6mm) PCD on 4 x 3/8" studs. The bearings will be the standard 1" shaft bearings.

An 18mm socket will fit the nuts. Hope that's of assistance.
Amazing thanks! Yes they are the wider wheels I think. Any recommendations on where to get some bearings?
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I cant see what's difficult to grasp 17mm too small 19mm too big .
Just wanted to check as 18mm is an odd size and while it might fit I would rather get an imperial socket that is the right size than a metric one that should fit if I'm buying one specially.
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This will help you then:

http://www.baconsdozen.co.uk/tools/c...n%20charts.htm

Ref bearings. Very common size. Just don't buy them from Indespension (too expensive).
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Just wanted to check as 18mm is an odd size and while it might fit I would rather get an imperial socket that is the right size than a metric one that should fit if I'm buying one specially.
11/16 af is the correct size an 18 is 0.5mm oversize
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This will help you then:

Convert,compare all Imperial tool,nut and bolt sizes to metric.

Ref bearings. Very common size. Just don't buy them from Indespension (too expensive).
mine were 19.00 a side for new hubs with bearings from indespension that's a new hub with wheel nuts and bearing dust cover, hardly expensive .I priced bearings only from a local bearing suppliers at 22.00 a side then they need fitting to my hub. a no brainer for me
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That'll be these:

http://www.indespension.co.uk/search...ch_query=HU004

Not too horrendously priced for them I guess 😉
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yeh that's them pretty fast on delivery too. and no pissing about pressing bearings in/out its the same when your tyres need replacing new 10 inch trailer wheel with new tyre around the 50 mark .a new 10 inch trailer tyre from a tyre fitting place fitted to your old rusty wheel 52 might as well have new wheel
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11/16 af is the correct size an 18 is 0.5mm oversize
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mine were 19.00 a side for new hubs with bearings from indespension that's a new hub with wheel nuts and bearing dust cover, hardly expensive .I priced bearings only from a local bearing suppliers at 22.00 a side then they need fitting to my hub. a no brainer for me


That does sound good
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252163211148 ebay number full axle set of 4 bearings 9.00 Inc delivery
Can't beat that
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