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    glad you made it home safe. a temp gun is a good idea.

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    I have a temp gun, in my truck even. Don't use it often but when I head out I almost always stop for gas about 3 miles down the road. When I get there I walk around and feel my bearing buddies to see if they are warmer than usual. If not there when I get to the ramp, which is about 9 miles away.
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    Dang bud, Iím glad you made it home before it totally failed. Hate doing side of the road emergency repairs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. S View Post
    I have a temp gun, in my truck even. Don't use it often but when I head out I almost always stop for gas about 3 miles down the road. When I get there I walk around and feel my bearing buddies to see if they are warmer than usual. If not there when I get to the ramp, which is about 9 miles away.
    Same here, when ever I stop for gas or to eat I head back to the wheels to see if they feel hot. Mine are always cool to the touch so if there any heat I know I have a problem.

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    Bad deal, but at least you got it home, hopefully your axle is ok. Had mine come off on the ramp a couple years ago, axle was toast, boat and trailer came home on a role back that day.

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    I checked the axel, no burs or cuts, greased it up good and every thing went on smooth except the flat washer, I had to reem it out just a tad. cleaned it and greased it and it fit nice. so again check em often, funny the right side was bad and the left side was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beagle man View Post
    funny the right side was bad and the left side was good.
    because you go in circles?

    Glad it all went ok!
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    man Michael the month of may has not been kind to you , glad you got home safe



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