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Vault hubs #14487872 09/25/22 05:37 PM
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I have an 8 year old McClain trailer, tandem wheels with vault hubs. I just had to do 2 hubs with new seals, o rings and grease as they began leaking. My questions is, i want to go ahead and purge and replace the grease in the other 2, but should i tear it down and also do seals and o rings or just replace oil since the seals arent leaking. I dont want to temp fate by replacing seals when its not leaking. The general logic i see in regards to vault hubs is, if they arent leaking leave em alone.

Re: Vault hubs [Re: jtharp723] #14488311 09/26/22 10:32 AM
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Guess the other school of thought could be, you had 2 leaking already, how long until the other 2 start. who_knows


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