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Old 09-22-2016, 02:14 AM   #31
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OK, this is how it was explained to me: Standard hubs have an inner and outer bearing assembly on each side of the hub, with what approx 5 to 6" between the bearing assemblies. While the Never-R-Lube is a complete assembly in one package, with minimun space between the two bearing assemblies, thus all the weight is carried within an approx 2" area.
Now this maybe totally wrong, I'm just relaying what I have been told. And again, when we had them installed on our 14K Montana I asked the MORryde Tech about them and he said we would be OK on our Montana, but he wouldn't recommend them on heavier units like DRVs.
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OK, just went to the Dexter site for Never-R-Lube Bearings. Looks like they now have three different sizes for different size axles, with the largest 50mm assembly for 8K axles. But as shown all the weight is on a very narrow section of the Hub. http://www.dexteraxle.com/nev_r_lube_bearings
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Old 09-22-2016, 04:27 AM   #33
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Michelle, that is clear to me now... always enjoy your explanations! You're our resident engineer...
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Only thing is, my training was in Electronics, but I did work closely with some of our Mechanical Engineers, plus growing up on a small farm in Western New York.
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I really like the MORryde sliding tray, but I installed it myself. They could do it at MORryde when you get your IS.
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I really like the MORryde sliding tray, but I installed it myself. They could do it at MORryde when you get your IS.
It's on the list!!
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