Hello all, Quick question, I’ve ran into several issues with wheel bearings on my trailer the last couple of months. So, I bought the boat that came with he trailer and I immediately replaced both bearings a few weeks after the purchase. I noticed that both wheels were a bit wobbly when I purchased it and didn’t really know how to do it, being that this was my first boat and trailer and I wanted to learn in case I ever needed to fix it myself on the fly. Anyhow, the bearings were purchased at Oreilly’s and the original sets were brought to the store for exact measurements. I changed them out and the problem seemed to have been solved. I changed them out and had one of them completely fail on me yesterday and had to fix it at the landing after fishing La Jolla most of the morning. The spindle had a bit of residual stripping from the bearing and I had to use a steel brush to clean it up before installing the new one. Anyway, my question is should I have purchased marine grade bearings? Is there such a thing? Or will any type of bearing suffice for marine application. Also, as far as trailer maintenance goes, is there something I’m not doing? I usually grease the bearings every two to three trips and will also give them a fresh water rinse when I get back as I rinse the boat and flush the motor out. Since buying the boat, I’ve already replaced three bearings, all of which have been purchased at Oreillys. Thanks in advance.