2.441″ Bearing Buddy suits 2t American hubs and disc rotors.
- Fits 2t American hubs and rotors
- Stainless Steel
- Price per each
- Includes bra cover
For a tight fit, clean then coat the contact surface with locktite.
Some hubs do not have machined champers in the boss and rear of the hub.
Insertion can be difficult. Using a pipe of the correct diameter greatly improves the ease of which the dust cap can be inserted.
Dust cap can become lose if hammered into position too frequently even on the first insert.
Once the dust cap is home, stop hitting it. The extra hit can make the cap loose-fitting.
Note: It is essential Locktite is applied when bearing buddies are inserted into hubs to help prevent them from becoming dislodged during transit. Some hub bosses can vary by as much 0.2mm. As a consequence, this variation in some manufacturers hub sizes can cause a loose-fitting bearing buddy ®. We recommend a medium strength locking compound on all bearing buddies.
Question: Should I fill my grease cap full of grease.
Answer: No, the purpose of the grease cap is to catch excess grease from the bearing cavity. Your grease cap should be inserted dry.
How to Grease
Generally, grease is oversupplied during the greasing process.
As a result, grease exits the bearing cavity at high speeds and during the initial heating and cooling process. Grease never re-enters the bearing cavity one caught in the grease cap.
In summary, care must be taken when loading grease through the grease nipple.
Other available are:
- 1.98″ Bearing Buddy Stainless | American.
- 45.2mm Bearing Buddy Pair Australian.
- 2t Bearing Buddy Stainless | Australian.
American 2t Bearing Buddy suit 2.441″ American hubs and disc rotors.
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality 2.441″ Bearing Buddy Stainless | American and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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