UPDATE (2024-0318): The proper torque for our wheels is 140 ft. lbs., not 120, as I stated in the video. We have 17.5″ aluminum wheels with 9/16″ studs (with coned lug nuts). Be sure to research the proper torque for your particular setup.

RV Suspension Maintenance is not Rocket Science. It just takes some patience and a lot of shop towels!

In this video, I show how I:

  • Repacking bearings in the old-fashioned way by disassembling, cleaning, inspecting, greasing, and reassembling a wheel bearing.
  • Inspecting and replacing Disk Brake Pads
  • Greasing the MORryde Independent Suspension Torsion Bracket

I also go over greasing a stock suspension (with leaf springs and hangars) and using the Dexter EZ-Lube system.

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