Originally Posted by mmeyer
My replacements were purchased off the web site camper parts. Both had a plastic back with a socket for what I assume was a speed sensor.
The hubs that I bought from Uhaul
and were listed under the camper parts also have the plastic back with socket. I was wondering if it was an anti lock brake sensor, but it's not like any anti lock sensor set up that I'm used to seeing on trucks. I have an original camper wheel as a spare, and this hub fits the wheel. But does it bolt onto the camper axle
is the big question. I had emailed Uhaul
truck parts asking about the correct part number, I think I said is this [whatever number it was] the correct part #, and I think the answer was yes it is but gave me a different number, so I ordered the one listed for the camper which turned out to be this one with the plastic cap. I haven't had the need to replace a hub, but since they are a sealed bearing and I know how hard it can be to detect when they are close to failure, I wanted to have spares on hand. I carry the trailer spare wheel with the new hub bolted to it in the spare tire well of our Honda CRV because the Honda has the outside mounted spare. Bolt circle gauges are available fairly cheap, Eastwood Co. for one sells them, that's where I got mine.