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Use a high-quality high-temperature lithium complex wheel bearing grease such as Exxon Ronex MP or an equivalent. Never use grease heavier than 265 A.S.T.M. penetration (No. 2 grade).

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Refer to owner’s manual. First, remove the rubber plug from the grease (hub) cap. Next, use a standard grease gun on the grease fitting located at the end of the spindle, or behind the hub, making sure the grease gun nozzle is engaged on the fitting tightly. Now, pump grease into the fitting, while slowly turning the wheel. Grease will flow out of the hub around the spindle. When the grease appears to be the new clean grease, remove the grease gun and wipe off any excess grease. Finally, replace the rubber plug in the cap.

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Please visit local dealer for repair.  New uprights are available to be welded onto existing frame.

Depending on size of semi -trailer but approx 50 units in a 50′ trailer.

New tires. It’s possible that the new tires are out of round. Once they are inflated to the proper PSI and used for a short period of time on a loaded trailer, they should work themselves round. New tires that are still out of round after an ample break in period may be defective and need to be replaced. Call your local FLOE dealer for replacement.

See owner’s manual under troubleshooting.

8-57 model: 5.30 x 12″ C is the standard and suggested tire.

All other CargoMax models: 205-75R14 is the standard and suggested tire.

Yes, but only for the 8-57 model at this time

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16” to the top of the receiver or 19” to the top of the ball.

No. Due the fender and bed clearance, larger tires cannot be installed.

FLOE does not manufacture one, but there may be aftermarket wheel chocks that can be installed.

Storing the trailer on its end is not suggested as damage may occur.

Depending on how the load is distributed, approx. 1100 pounds on the 8-57 and 1500 pounds on larger CargoMax trailers.