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    75mph was scary.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buliwyf View Post
    Pumping grease doesn't count. Learn to remove and pack trailer bearings. The bearings need removed, then I drag them through a blob of grease on my hand quickly, scraping up the grease unit it squirts out the other side, rotate 90, and continue.
    The best method of hand packing a bearing is to put the bearing and a blob of grease into a Baggie, then work the grease into the bearing. Keeps any dirt on your hands out of the bearing and keeps your hands cleaner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve45 View Post
    The best method of hand packing a bearing is to put the bearing and a blob of grease into a Baggie, then work the grease into the bearing. Keeps any dirt on your hands out of the bearing and keeps your hands cleaner.
    Or a cheap repacking tool for anywhere between 10 and 30 bux. Been using a grease gun type for 30 years with great results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reaper9789 View Post
    75mph was scary.


    Perhaps the tongue weight on the front trailer was way too light?

    Double towing really ups the requirements on the front trailer being a stable tow, in itself. Minor suspension slop and side to side tendencies with just the front trailer will be amplified when another trailer is attached behind.

    When the second trailer is attached, all the tongue weight from the second trailer subtracts from the tongue weight of the front trailer. So the front trailer should be quite heavy on the ball, and the second trailer should also be forward weight biased. More tongue weight on the tow ball increase trailer stability. For both the first and second trailer.

    Longer tongue on the front trailer would also help stability.

    When towing double the less overhang behind the first trailer axle and the second ball, the more stable.

    That popup tent trailer configuration is not really adjustable, other than packing as much weight inside the front as possible to get the tongue weight up.

    Just adding a ball to the back of an existing trailer is not enough. Towing double changes almost everything.

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    I use disposable gloves. I want to physically see grease squirt out the other side. I had a bearing tool, but can never find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reaper9789 View Post
    75mph was scary.


    Looks scary to begin with, why would you think that's a good and safe idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turboman412 View Post
    Looks scary to begin with, why would you think that's a good and safe idea?
    Maybe he doesnt like his family or care for anyone elses safety on the road. D.O.T would have a field day with that,

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    It is 100% legal here in Texas. The popup is tongue heavy and it pulled fine. But when i was passing and hit 75 (which is the speed limit) it would get some sway.


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