Greasable Boat Roller Shaft, 5/8"x13-1/2", Zinc Plated - Seasense

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Greasable Boat Roller Shaft, 5/8"x13-1/2", Zinc Plated - Seasense
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SeaSense Greasable Roller Shaft
SeaSense Greasable Roller Shaft
With the SeaSense Greasable Roller Shaft, you don’t have to worry about regularly removing the roller from the boat to lubricate or grease it. …

  • Outlasts any conventional shaft!
  • Patented design with grease fitting on each end allows rollers to be properly lubricated per manufacturer's recommendations without the trouble of removing the roller from the trailer!
  • For keel rollers and bunk rollers.
  • Includes E-clips.
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by Wayne from Spring Hill, Florida on December 19, 2015
The shaft says it is for a 12" roller, but the grease holes are too far out and do not go into the roller. There for, the grease does not go into the roller.
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by Richard from Palatine, Illinois on October 24, 2012
I installed theses shafts in a afteroon. My old shafts were rusted and bent. This one or atleast the ones I bought are zinc plated so they should not rust for quite some time. The grease passage is at the farthest outside part of the shaft for strenght I also went up in size from 1/2" to 5/8" I also replaced the rubber roller with polyurethane which is a very stong not very flexible material in itself, so I beleive bent shafts are a thing of the past.
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by Barry from Southlake, Texas on June 30, 2011
I received the roller shaft and noticed immediately that the grease ports were in the wrong spot. I am using this shaft on a roller with the 2 protective roller caps and the grease ports come out between the center roller and the end caps. I drilled out the shaft so I could have 2 ports under the main roller and one under each end cap. I put JB Weld in the existing holes. Works great now.
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Is this the size I need for the 12" self-centering roller?
This particular one fits a 12" roller.
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