Lubrimatic boat trailer bearing grease prolongs the life of trailer parts. LubriMatic's special calcium sulfonate complex is water insoluble formula, making it ideal for marine applications. It provides excellent corrosion protection under the severe conditions caused by salt water and air. Marine grade characteristics make this grease ideal for trailer wheel bearings, disc brake wheel bearings, swivel hinges, pins, winches and anchor chain reels.
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Wheel Bearing Grease
Boat Trailer Bearing Grease
Works easy with a Grease Gun
This is the right stuff for the water
Grease is not all the same. It is a mix of oil and a soap. Different greases have different soaps and different types should not be mixed unless you are sure they are compatible. The most common greases are lithium based soaps. These are not so great in salt water. This one is a clacium based soap for better salt water performance and less wash off. It also happens to be compatible with lithium based grease if that is what you already have in your bearings or in your engine or whatever. A lot of fuss is made of "high temp wheel bearing grease." You don't need "High Temp" unless you have disk brakes. And even then most current greases have a high enough drop-out temp that they are OK. This one is OK for disk brakes. It is OK for disk brakes; good in salt water; and compatible with what you probably already have. What's not to like?BTW special marine 2-4-C is a lithium grease with Teflon added. Although they reccommend you use this in many salt water exposed places you SHOULD NOT. It turns hard and crusty in salt water and will make trouble for you as will most lithium greases. 2-4-C has been replaced now by "Spline Grease" for those applications. "Spline Grease," as far as I can tell, is a calcium marine grease.... just like this Lubrimatic Marine Grease. 2-4-C is fine in non-water exposed locations, but then so is Spline Grease and so is this Lubrimatic Marine grease.The Lubrimatic Marine Grease bulk cans and the grease gun tubes in large or small each have different numbers, but are the same grease.I used to keep a number of special greases around my shop for various applications. Now that I have learned about this stuff it is pretty much all I need.
Just purchased vintage '58 Rockholt runabout. The trailer needs regreasing constantly. Subnject to high heat (small diameter wheels) and launch and recovery often. The Lubrimatic should be a perfect fit for the job.