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    Trailer bearings.

    I have this Sport Boat 2 axel boat trailer built in Patterson, Ca. It has Bearing Buddys on it already. The ones with the blue ring.

    A few drops of water always squeezes out when I lube them up before a long haul. That indicates some water is still getting in there.

    Im considering the Liqua-Lube system as a replacement for the Bearing Buddys.

    Id like to know if anyone has replaced a grease lube system with the oil bath system and what you thought about it.

    Our busses at work have the liquid lube system on the front wheels but they are never submerged so Im not sure if the change is worth the cost and effort for wheels going underwater.

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    Gold Member Gold Member Turbojack's Avatar
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    I asked this question about 2 months ago. Was told bad idea. Stick with what you have.

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    Looks like I will leave them as they are. Thanks Turbojack.

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