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Old 03-20-2011, 10:28 AM   #1
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Axis grease seals?

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Does anybody know what size dust seals I have on my Axis 3500# axles/wheels? I want to get the seals before I repack the bearings.
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Hi,
Does anybody know what size dust seals I have on my Axis 3500# axles/wheels? I want to get the seals before I repack the bearings.
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What size brakes does your axle/axles have?

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Old 03-20-2011, 11:20 AM   #3
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Does anybody know what size dust seals I have on my Axis 3500# axles/wheels? I want to get the seals before I repack the bearings.
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Axis part #766251254800, DL 350 seal, 2.561" bore, 1.719" shaft.
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Thanks Colin,
I went to Napa today and picked them up, all set to go....Andy, I think I have 10" brakes, not quite sure yet until I pull them apart.

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I went to Napa today and picked them up, all set to go....Andy, I think I have 10" brakes, not quite sure yet until I pull them apart.

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No need to take anything apart.

The brakes are mounted to a flange that's welded to the spindle.

If that flange is square, then you have 10 inch brakes.

If the flange is round, you have 12 inch brakes.

Your trailer originally had 12 inch brakes, which of course has much more stopping power than 10 inch brakes, if yours are so equipped.

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And if you properly maintain those 10" brakes your Excursion will have won't even know it's back there.

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As it turns out, I have a B12E hub with 12 " brakes, 2.125" inner bore and 3.375" outer, DL600 seal, bearing 25580 inner and 15123 outer.
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