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Old 06-06-2005, 07:23 AM   #1
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Wheel Bearings

Hey,

I want to replace the wheel bearings on my 1976 argosy 26. Does anyone know the part numbers for these bearings or should I just take the tires off and order them after I take everything apart?

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Old 06-06-2005, 09:38 AM   #2
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Hey,

I want to replace the wheel bearings on my 1976 argosy 26. Does anyone know the part numbers for these bearings or should I just take the tires off and order them after I take everything apart?

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Dave, I don't have the numbers for the bearings, but the seal numbers are National #H73336550
You can take one wheel off, and the drum, and get the part numbers for inner and outer, then proceed with all the other wheels and tires.
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If your 76 has 12" brakes, the bearing numbers are, 25580 and LM67048.

If your trailer has 10" brakes, the bearing numbers are, L68149 and L44649.

The grease seal number depends on which size brakes you have.

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Use Andy's numbers. It is better to cross the numbers once, than to cross reference a number that has been cross-referenced already. There is less chance of errorrs.
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Thank you very much for the help!

I am going to call my bearing guy today LOL

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Hey Andy here is another one for you. Do you know the part numbers for the titled bearings and seals (see the title). I have a twin axle set-up, and I have not had the badly dryrotted tires off yet to see what size drums I have. I hope you can come up with something from this lack of information. I will try to get a better grip on the sizes after the 4th weekend.

We have planned a long (4day) weekend over the 4th in Exeter, NH (near the Coast). I hope she makes it (squeal from the bearings?). She made it from HInsdale, NH to Rindge, NH (with a little squealing).

I cannot replace them until after (or during) the trip.

Could one use the bearing buddies on these axles?
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..Could one use the bearing buddies on these axles?
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If you have 10 inch brakes, your bearing numbers are L68149 and L44649.

The grease seal should be Airstreams part number 680377, 2.56" OD, 1.719"ID, double lipped.

Bearing buddies and the like are a no-no-no, ever. Best way in the world to screw up the brakes, if improperly used.

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