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SUBJECT: # 13566: Problems with axle

Submitted by kborrell (216.170.75.166) from ALABAMA on 10/3/2011 9:47:00 PM

Beartrap,you dont pack my bearing Ranger started in 2005 using the oil lub bearing system.It is maintance free has plastic cover over the wheel and bearing has oil inside the plastic cap the only time you change it or maintance it is if the oil leaks out or if you get a milk color inside the plastic which would mean water has gotten inside the plastic cover.The oil inside the cap keeps the bearing lud. But thanks anyway


  1. 10/3/2011 10:15:00 PM Submitted by Beartrap from GA says let us know what the problem turns out to be...
    your statement that the wheel was about to fall off led me me to believe it was bearing problems...

    Beartrap


  2. 10/9/2011 10:47:00 PM Submitted by wrestlersdad145 from IN says ranger cool hubs
    i have a 2008 188 lost the drivers side hub summer 2010 and the passanger side sept 2011 ranger fixed the one in 2010 but told me trailer was out of warranty this sept however they did send me an entire hub assembly for no charge and said it isnt to hard to change it. it was not a bad job at all, however i have very little faith in this bearing system what the heck is going to happen when i am going down the highway at 70 and all the oil decides to run out again. i look at feel the wheels everytime i tow this trailer now they are warm to the touch not hot when i go about 20 miles to the lake would you day this is normal.


  3. 10/10/2011 8:17:00 AM Submitted by Jeff Hahn from OH says wrestler'sdad145
    Yes, the COOL Hubs will be warm (but not hot) to the touch after a short trip...that's perfectly normal. Watch for any oil leaking on the inside of the rims. That's a sign that you have an inner hub seal starting to leak. Once you see that, change out the seal before it becomes a major problem.

    You can do a search on this page using "COOL Hubs" as the key word and find lots of info.

    Jeff Hahn


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