We have a 2011 Jayco Eagle super lite (model 298RLS)and started noticing from the start that we get a small amount of grease on the rear axle wheel and that the wheel camber is very slightly off. We have had it back to the dealer twice and they say the grease is left over from assembly and cleaned properly this time, and the camber is part of the way the suspension is supposed to be to function properly. I am new to this set up and not sure if I believe them. Any ideas or recomendation would be very much appreciated.
Would like to 'bump' this topic as I just purchased the same trailer but have not got delivery.
To the original poster, I do not understand the connection between grease on the wheel and any issuw with the Moreride. Can you explain in more detail?
Likely this issue is not specific to this trailer so hopfully others will chime in here.
2011 Jayco Eagle Super Lite 298RLS
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The axles should be arched upward in the center as you look at them from the front or rear. This is normal. The grease you speak of is probably a little excess coming out of the wheel bearings. After towing the grease has been hot and may liquify some and work its way out. I wouldn't worry as long as it isn't getting into your brakes. Not quite sure what any of this has to do with your equalizers though. Just take it out and enjoy it. Trust that the dealer is telling you the truth. You have a 2 year warranty and the dealer has to fix it if it goes bad. Have fun
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