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Old 06-07-2014, 08:56 AM   #1
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Bearing part numbers

Does anyone know the part numbers for the wheel bearings (12" brakes). The seal number would be helpful as well. I have seen them on the site but can't seem to re-find them. I recall that they changed in the late 1990's. Thanks.
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The outer bearings are LM 67048 ( Timken #)
race - LM 67010 ( Timken #)
inner bearing - 25580 ( Timken #)
race - 25520 ( Timken #)

Double lip seal, Redline trailer parts # 10-36
seals can come from different manuf. and may use different #'s but I suggest always use double lipped seals. I got mine from a local trailer supply. They run about $8 / pr.

Keep in mind if replacing the bearings the races ( cones) should be replaced also. I got mine using a website, locate ball bearings.com
they are knowledgable and very helpful.

Of course these fit my trailer and probably will fit yours too. Double check
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The outer bearings are LM 67048 ( Timken #)
race - LM 67010 ( Timken #)
inner bearing - 25580 ( Timken #)
race - 25520 ( Timken #)

Double lip seal, Redline trailer parts # 10-36

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Of course these fit my trailer and probably will fit yours too. Double check
I assume these parts will fit both of my trailers, 1999 and 2000 with 12" brakes. Correct? I can't find a specific bearing number listed in the parts manual for my trailer. It only lists the axle assembly. When I look at ODM and InlandRV websites I found there are two outer bearings offered for axles with 12" brakes, but to me it is not clear to me which I need.

The Timken bearings I find online are made in China. I've been trying to find some USA made bearings. What brands are made in USA?
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Another bearing question:

When I searched the forum I see some people have referenced "bearing set numbers". I'm assuming this is a set of a bearing and a race purchased together.
Is that a correct assumption?
Which set would be appropriate for my trailer' inner and outer bearings?

In my 25+ years of towing Airstreams I've never needed to replace a bearing. But, I'm getting ready for a 6,000 mile tow this summer. I want to have a spare set.
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