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Old 19 February 2012, 12:34   #1
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Wheel bearing

Hi all, sat here on the sofa bored and thinking I need to order new wheel bearings for the trailer but what size do I need all I know is that the wheel size is 8" can anyone help and how much should I be paying for them??
Thanks russ

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Old 19 February 2012, 14:55   #2
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Need a bit more info really! Couple of questions:

Unbraked I take it?
Uk trailer or from abroad?
Trailer manufacturer may be good?

If not post a pic....

If it's the most common unbraked trailer hubs (cast, 4 x 3/8" studs on a 4" PCD) then your bearings are likely to be taper roller bearings, same size on both inner and outer (outside bearing size 50mm, inside diameter 25mm). Bearing numbers likely to be:

Inner cone: L44643L (seal attached)
Inner cup: L44610
Outer cone: L44643
Inner cup: L44610

However, it's often as economically viable to replace the entire hub and bearing assembly together. You should pay around £20 ish for an entire hub, including bearings.

If the above is a load of balls then post up a pic.
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