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Old 07-13-2014, 10:17 AM   #1
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W22 Oil bearing level

Hey to all...

I am looking for feedback on what the bearing oil level should be for the drive wheels. Both of mine are at around half filled (see pics). What is the recommended oil for these?

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On my Freightliner chassis oil filled hubs, right on that clear plastic cup in your picture it indicated "full to this line" or something like that.
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It says right on the clear cap, "minimum oil level." Your oil level is well over the minimum, it's fine.
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Yes, as Pete says, on my Country Coach it has a line to fill to or not above. I see you have a minimum level line and the oil is well above it so I would leave it alone!
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Thanks all... I appreciate the fast replies.
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yours looks perfect to me. If you add any more, be prepared to clean up a really sticky mess on your wheels and tires.
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