- Apr 9, 2008
- Central NY
I can't find any real information on it. Some people say there's better, but nothing on here that says to use it or not to use it. I have been using Marine Grade Supertech Grease in my trailers without issue ( https:/
/ ). Or at least without any lubrication failures. I did overload my small harbor freight trailer and it killed a wheel bearing. That's different.
Anyway, I decided to spend the extra money and Red N Tacky for my car trailer: https:/ www.walmart.com/ ip/ Super-Tech-Marine-Grease-14-oz-Tube/ 16928008 / . A whole $1.00, wow! My car trailer has 185/80-13 tires. Going 65 with the trailer they'll be spinning at around 890 RPM and will have a load on them at the same time. I have always heard great things about RNT, so I figured I'd try that. Over the Weekend , I made a 500 mile round trip with a friend's car trailer and ended up losing a wheel bearing almost home. It was hot to the touch and the grease I cleaned out when I got home looked like anti-seize compound.
I want to avoid that with mine. Will the RNT work well enough or should I switch to something else? www.walmart.com/ ip/ Super-Tech-Marine-Grease-14-oz-Tube/ 16928008