My trailer threw a bearing this spring and I had pay a mobile trailer repair to replace it (did both sides just to be safe)--BTW NOT cheap. This comes a year after I just had them repacked. Now, I see a milky white substance in the bearing when I pop off the rubber cap, and about a half teaspoon of water. I bought some Lucas Marine lube (blueish) and a grease gun and have been pumping about 5 pumps every 3 trips out or so. How do you know when you have adequately lubed them? Should there be a little water in the bearing part? Is it possible to over-lube them? I don't want to get stranded miles from home again with another cooked bearing. I have aftermarket mags (see pics).
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