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Genuine Bearing Buddy Bras One Pair Model 19-b (most Popular) Fits 1980bb New on

US $7.25

Massillon, Ohio, United States

Massillon, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Brand:bearing buddy Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:19B UPC:650209700173

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  • The Bearing Buddy Bra is specifically designed to keep grease off trailer wheels
  • Any attempt to overfill axle hubs with grease causes the Bearing Buddy automatic pressure relief feature to operate
  • If an excessive amount of grease escapes, it can be thrown on the wheels during trailering
  • The installation of the Bra over the Bearing Buddy eliminates this condition
  • Models 42101, 42301, 07247, Pair

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