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Old 01-25-2022, 04:11 PM   #1
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Hello everyone, were Picking up our 2022 zinger 340mb in a couple weeks and I forgot to see what kind of axles are on it. Does anyone know if they have ez lube, or wheel bearings that have to be removed?
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Old 01-25-2022, 05:23 PM   #2
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EZ Lube is just a convenient way to grease or add grease to the wheel bearings. You should pull the drums off and check for grease and repack the bearings and replace the seals with GOOD DOUBLE LIP SEALS then if you want to use the EZ LUBE to add a little grease and do it properly -wheel off ground turning it while you pump in a little grease slowly it is ok. Now some will say not to use the EZ LUBE as they have had seals blow out ruining the brake shoes. I have personally used the EZ LUBE to add a little grease not to repack for several years without any problems so do so at your own risk.
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Yep, I feel the same way. Im just wondering if the camper even comes with them. I forgot to check! Thanks for the reply!
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Thanks! This will be our first new camper. Ive had a 2016 trailrunner 30usbh, and a 2002 mallard in the past. I cant wait to get it out!
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Yep, I feel the same way. Im just wondering if the camper even comes with them. I forgot to check! Thanks for the reply!
The axle type and rating will be on the manufacture's sticker that comes with the unit. Mine was on the inside of one of the kitchen cabinet doors.
I doubt anyone would be able to tell you for certain that your unit has EZ lube hubs. Things can change pretty quickly, especially with supply chain problems these days.
I agree with others, do not depend on using them as a substitute for pulling the hubs periodically and repacking the bearings.
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