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Trailer Seal 171255 - 1.719 ID x 2.56 OD

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Trailer Wheel Seal 171255

The 17255 grease seal is the most common seal found on boat and utility trailers that have a 5 lug hub and use the 1-3/8 x 1-1/16 spindle when using the oil filled application.   This trailer grease seal is made of a metal body with a double lip for sealing to the axle.   Colors vary.

Seal Inside Diameter:  1.719"

Seal Outside Diameter: 2.56"

Typically used with inner bearings 68149


Seal Number Cross Reference

Transcom Number 17255

National Number 473336

NOK Number AD2548E

Dexter Number 010-019-00

Chicago Rawhide Number is N/A

Tru-Ryde:  RG06-050


Trailer wheel seals are an integral part of a well operating trailer hub.  Trailer seals are installed in the back of the hub and seal to the section of the spindle that works to keep the wheel bearing grease or oil in a trailer hub, prevents water and dirt from entering the hubs which could cause bearing failure.  Therefore, it is extremely important to inspect your trailer seals regularly.  Grease or oil leaking past the seal seat or grease on the back of your trailer rim is a sign of a worn, torn, or old seal and must be fixed to prevent damage to the trailer hub or the trailer axle.


Double Lip Seal Diagram

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    TRAILER SEAL 171255 - 1.719 ID X 2.56 OD

    Posted by John Pattie on 2nd Oct 2022

    The seals were a perfect fit and arrived fast. I will be using Champion Trailer again.

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