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Old 17 July 2014, 16:09   #11
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they told me that they were not replaceable.
I've yet to find a set I couldn't change and I've been doing this twenty years now... think someone may be telling porkies tbh.

Although it's the front one that's failed, not the rear... Or did you ask for an exact copy for the second axle?
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I did ask for an exact copy. The original had a serial number on it, and when I made contact, they were able to match it from their records.
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Hmmm. Post a couple of pics up if the drum and any bearing numbers you can glean and I'm sure I can point you in the right direction.

Unless you're still looking to replace and keep a couple of spares, in which case I'll shut up!
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that's a long old tow, glad it did the honourable thing and waited for a quiet place to fall apart
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Here are some more pics. There is nothing left of the bearing at all, and the hub looks like I would need a local workshop to remove the bearing.
I also would replace the brake shoes.
I will launch tomorrow, so can take the other wheel apart after that to see if I can see what type of bearings are there.
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It looks as dry as a wooden God.

Get some heat on to that race it might pull off.
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All the grease probably burnt off with the heat!
You can see how hot it got by the Colour on the wheel.
I think I will need a new rim as well
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that's a long old tow, glad it did the honourable thing and waited for a quiet place to fall apart

530 miles according to google maps!
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Those inner races will come off. May need a bit of a thump with a cold chisel.

If not, a bearing puller will do it. Or, worst case, cut in to them with a grinder (take care with the stub axle) and then split them in half.

Brakes look like Knott 200x50. Should be around 50 for an axle set (2 pairs of shoes and two sets of springs).
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Lots of pics on Trailer Teks website:
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