I just picked up a new axle for one of my boat trailers, and it has EZ Lube hubs. Of course, I also habitually picked up a new set of bearing buddies to go with the axle (I've been running Bearing Buddies on boat trailers since before I was driving), before noticing the EZ Lube ports and zerks on the axle. What are the options, here? I've seen some suggest pulling the EZ Lube zerks, and running the buddies. I've seen others who prefer EZ Lube, for good reason, but none of them are dunking their trailers in water. Warm hubs in cold water is exactly why Bearing Buddies were invented. Some wisdom, here? @Jags? @Highbeam? Bueller? This is a new axle, new hubs, old trailer.