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Triton 08288 and 07994-P Grease System Conversion Pack

Product Number: TRITON-08288-2-07994-P
Vendor Number: TRITON 08288 (x2) and 07994-P
$129.99 $114.99

Triton 08288 and 07994-P Grease System Conversion Pack

Product Number: TRITON-08288-2-07994-P
Vendor Number: TRITON 08288 (x2) and 07994-P
$129.99 $114.99 You Save $15.00 (11.5%)
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Triton has discontinued making trailers with an oil bath lubrication system.  They now recommend that you switch from the outdated oil bath lubrication system to the standard grease system. HannaRV.com offers this kit with all the necessary parts to switch over to the standard grease system: Triton 08288 and 07994-P Grease System Conversion Pack. The kit contains all the correct seals, new bearings and two Triton 08288 hubs to complete the changeover.

The Triton #07994-P Genuine Triton Parts 1-1/16-inch Bearing Kit is an all in one kit for Triton trailer bearing replacement.

Kit Includes

  • (4) 1-1/16-inch bearings
  • Dust Caps and Seals
  • Cotter Pins
  • Triton Elite Lube Bearing Grease



Elite Lube is a high temperature polymer designed for high oxidation and water resistance.  A state of the art extreme pressure and anti-wear additive package puts Elite Lube in a class by itself.  It seals out grit, dirt and water while providing outstanding lubricating performance ensuring extended service life of critical components. Typical applications include disc and drum brake wheel bearings, high temperature ball and roller bearings and general multi-purpose greasing.



Triton EZ Lube Snowmobile Trailer Bearing Grease


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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.


Ask The Triton Expert

"How often should I grease my axle?"

The axle companies that we work with suggest lubrication at least once every 1000 miles or 3 months of use. Several factors like temperature, loads, and speeds while hauling are all variables in grease breakdown and wear. Inspection of grease condition and/or lack of grease before and after long trips is a nice way to keep track of the grease.

"What kind of grease needs to be used for the bearing system?"

Triton uses a high speed axle grease that is a lithium complex type of thickener. There are a number of approved brands that make a bearing grease that can hold up very well for trailer uses. Below are the specifications for this lithium complex grease that should be used.

- Thickener Type: Lithium Complex
- Dropping point: 215° C (419° F) Minimum
- Consistency: NLGI No. 2
- Additives: EP, Corrosion & Oxidation Inhibitors
- Viscosity Index: 80 minimum

"Do I need a spring loaded add-on bearing cap?"

NO, you already have a better system than that now. All Triton trailers have a grease system built into the axle and hubs that flows the grease past both inner and outer bearings and out. You effectively flush out the used grease when you push the grease through. The after market spring loaded add-on caps to the hubs really only tell you the grease level inside. This will only give the good grease, at best, to the front bearing not the inner bearing. This is why in the past you burnt out the inner bearing, the inner bearing got the second hand used grease.

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