Bearing Buddy #2441 Chrome Bearing Bud

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This Bearing Buddy® is designed to prevent trailer wheel bearing failure by keeping water and dirt out of hubs to ensure your boat trailer wheels are safely submersible. The pressure relief feature protects hub seals and prevents over filling.

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  • Prevents trailer wheel bearing failure
  • Keeps water and dirt out of hubs
  • Makes boat trailer wheels safely submersible
  • Ends the mess of repacking bearings
  • Pressure relief feature protects hub seals, prevents over filling
  • Quick, positive lubricant level check
  • To convert a model number to the hub bore in inches, simply place a decimal point after the first digit in the model number (1.980 for example)

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Model 2.441 Bearing Buddy did not fit

By Ron

from Cody, WY

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        Comments about Bearing Buddy #2441 Chrome Bearing Bud:

        Don't get me wrong I think Bearing Buddy's are a great product provided they fit your application. Based on my outer bearing number and cap size the model 2441 Bearing Buddy was supposed to fit. The only problem was that instead of being 2.441" they were actually more like 2.448" and would not fit. After playing the run around game of ordering another set and talking to the factory I took them to a local machine shop and had them turned to the correct diameter. The machinist said that the problem was the shoddy machining of Bearing Buddy and when he cleaned up the rough machining they were at the right diameter. Only trouble was I had to pay an additional $35 to finish the job that should have been done at the factory which by the way is now in Puerto Rico.

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