The Trailer Buddy Disc brake Hub-and-rotor features a ventilated design to allow heat to escape. Cast iron construction with a UFP exclusive Zinc Plated Plus finish is ideal for marine applications. This rotor should be used as a direct replacement for trailer buddy axles equipped with the DB-42 Disc Brake System. When used in saltwater, rotors should be flushed out with fresh water to extend rotor life. NOTE: This is for a 1 3/8" straight spindle with a 2.328 center bore
- Manufactured from cast iron
- Superior wear characteristics at high temperatures compared to other types of steel
- UFP exclusive, Zinc Plated Plus finish for excellent corrosion resistance
- Races and wheel bolts included (bearings, races, and seals sold separately)
- Fits Trailer Buddy Axles only with up to a 4,200 lb. capacity and 13" to 15" wheels
- 4,200 lb. per pair capacity for 1 trailer axle
- 10 1/4" Rotor Diameter
- 1/2" wheel stud bolts with a 5 on 4.5" pattern
- 5-year limited warranty
- Bearings (sold separately), Inner and Outer Bearing = L68149
- Races (included), Inner and Outer Race = L68111
- Seal: (sold separately), Inner diameter: 1.68", Outer diameter: 2.56"
- Spindle Size: 1 3/8" straight
I have a 1995 Ranger R72 boat, purchased in the fall of 1994. The right/starboard hub-rotor got a crack in the rotor and I had a difficult time locating a replacement. Ranger (now Bass Pro) said it would take 12-16 weeks and a special $300+ order to have a new one cast for me. After a lot of searching I found this one at Pacific Trailers. My hub-rotor has the same size bearings (L68149) for inner and outer and an EZ lube #84 spindle. This UFP hub-rotor is a perfect fit with the exception of the grease seal. You need to get the "Trailer Hub Grease Seal For 1 3/8" L68149 Inner Trailer Wheel Bearing 168255TB" as well. I got 2, one for a backup in my parts box along with extra bearings. This new hub-rotor has a larger diameter seal opening at the inner axle but the bearing is still the same.
Trailer is 22 years old wasn’t sure I’d be able to find the oem parts. Pacific had exact parts at the best price.
Seems to be OEM specs. Lined up with my bolt pattern on my ‘02 Ranger Trail. No play once completely installed. Races included.
Not sure if it was the bearing buddy or the hub/rotor manufacturer but someone’s quality control was lacking that day. Pain in the stern, pun intended, to “tap” on the bearing buddy.
Not Pacific Trailers fault. They are great, helpful, and I’ve already ordered more parts from them since ordering this hub/rotor and bearing buddy.