5 Stud ElectroGal SA5 Lazy Hub
5 Stud ElectroGal SA5 Lazy Hub are available on boat trailers and campers with 14-inch wheels or smaller. All 150mm hubs are made in Australia by Couplemate.
Currently, we have a new process called SA5 Coating. This coating provides a longer anti-corrosion life to hot-dip galvanising and has been chosen as our preferred coating.
When viewing photos, some products are still Galvanised however the new images contain the new SA5 coating process. SA5 is the coating of the future that will replace hot-dipped galvanised products.
Holden Bearings, Slimline bearings or Composite bearings are suitable for these five stud galvanised lazy hubs.
Note: No Bearings or wheel nuts.
How to install an unbraked hub onto an axle
In particular, learn how to install marine seals. The same installation techniques apply to the installation of electric brake drums and disc rotors. As a result of using these installation techniques, you will achieve many maintenance-free journeys.
Available in the following PCD.
- Ford 5 Stud S/L (5 x 114.3 PCD 1/2 studs)
- HT/Torana (5 x 4.25” PCD 7/16 studs)
- HQ (5 x 4.75″ PCD 7/16 studs)
- LandCruiser (5 x150 PCD 9/16 studs)
We recommend Japanese bearings for high-speed highway use and the longevity of your trailer bearings. Check your bearings yearly for water ingress or black carbon deposit in your grease. Carbon black represents bearing wear, so they will need replacing. Carbon black comes from wear on the casing of the bearings.
In summary, galvanising unbraked trailer hubs has a negligible effect on the load rating. Should the weakening of centres concern you, Read this article.
5 Stud Galvanised Lazy Unbraked Hub
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality 5 Stud ElectroGal Lazy Hub 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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