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Old 05 July 2014, 07:20   #1
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wheel bearings american trailer

Hi can anyone supply or point me in the direction of a supplier of bearings or preferably bearings & seal kits for an American trailer

I could also use a couple of hub nuts

the numbers off the rings are 4t15245 & 4t 25520 im not totally sure of the second number as its feint but i'll check with a vernier later

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Old 05 July 2014, 08:29   #2
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they're standard ish bearings should only be a few quid a race.
try one of the big bearing suppliers like below.


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Old 05 July 2014, 13:13   #3
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Those are standard wheel bearings. Your part numbers can lose the "4t"; just search for the other part numbers (15245 and 25520.)

FYI, the complete bearing cup/cone set is [15123/15245] ID-1.25", OD=2.441" , width = .75"


and [25580/25520] ID=1-3/4", OD=3-17/64", width= 15/16"

Any auto shop that stocks wheel bearings should have them.

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Old 05 July 2014, 13:49   #4
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Cheers I found the matching bearings after I measured everything & the bearings aren't a problem & the seals will go again
The hub nut is a bit of a puzzler as it doesn't seem a standard thread 1" but roughly 15tpi
Jyasaki do you recognise it?
I'd guess it's fairly common on us trailers but it would be easier if I knew exactly what it was I'm looking for
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Old 05 July 2014, 20:37   #5
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The bearings you referenced are pretty heavy duty units (they're on my 5200# axle, and are also used on 6000# ones as well.)

I'd be surprised if it wasn't a 1" nut, but hey, you have the part. The popular sizes here seem to be 1" x 14tpi, and 3/4" x 16tpi. There is also a nut normally used on idler hubs that they list as 13/16" fine thread (no idea on the thread pitch, and it appears to be a standard nut, not castellated.)

Hope this helps;

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Old 06 July 2014, 04:34   #6
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Cheers jky it's a 1"diameter & if 14 tpi is standard ill look for one of those
Trouble was I didn't have a thread pitch gauge so I was counting threads between vernier points.this is a castellated nut I require.
The trailer is a single axle regal trailer rated to 2300kg so it is quite a heavy set up
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