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ford truck guy

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Posted: 10/03/19 05:58am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

HA HA . . that was the case when the cost of the upgrade came up ! ! [emoticon]


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I would expect that the new axles were not aligned. Had the same type of wear on my trailer and the axles had lost some of their camber (bow). You may not have had enough when the axles were installed. I had the axles realigned. They used a large air powered hydraulic jack to bend them.

As side note. My 2011 36' DRV MS came factory with 7000# axles and I agree that they are not heavy enough for the trailer.


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