RUBBER TORSION AXLES

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Regarding torsion-style axles, we need to know if you have a single axle or multiple axle setup. If you are replacing a torsion axle in a multiple axle setup, the replacement axle must be the same brand as the old one.

All axles are special order and NON-REFUNDABLE.

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Options Available On Torsion Axles:
  • Axle beam only (axle does not include hub; customer can reuse current hub)
  • Axle with idler hubs (includes hubs used on trailers without brakes)
  • Axle with brake drums & electric assemblies
  • Adjustable suspension arm on spline allows you to set your trailer’s height
For Custom Built Axleswe only accept Interac e-Transfer, Direct Wire Transfer and Mail Bank Draft as payment methods.
To Request an Axle Quote Click Here
In Order For You To Obtain A Quote, We Need The Following Information:

Please Note That Axle Dimentsions Are Not NECESSARY To Obtain a Quote

  • If you are replacing axles on an existing trailer or building a trailer
  • The weight carrying capacity of the axle you are replacing
  • If building a trailer, the net weight of the cargo you want to haul

How to Determine Axle Weight Carrying Capacity:

Common Axles Ranging From 2,000lb to 7,000lb (Single Wheel)

  • The number of wheels studs on the hub (4, 5*, 6, or 8) and diameter of the wheel stud**
  • The inside & outside wheel bearing numbers (if unable to read the numbers, measure the inside diameter with a caliper)
  • The diameter of the axle tube
  • The inside diameter of the axle brake drum***

*5 bolt wheel bolt pattern (Most common is 5 on 4 1/2″)
**Wheel studs on 7,000lb axles can be either 1/2″ or 9/16″ diameter
***In rare cases, a 6 bolt hub/drum the brake shoe may be 2 1/4″ x 10″ instead of 12″ x 2″

Determining the Dimensions of Torsion Axles

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  • Hub face to hub face measurement
  • Outside of trailer frame to outside of trailer frame
  • Starting angle of suspension arm
  • With 5-bolt hub, check bolt pattern (download template from our website* or consult a tire shop technician)
  • Brand of the axle
  • Type of mounting bracket (Inboard or Outboard)
  • Whether the axle is bolted or welded to the frame

*Bolt pattern checker available for download from Resources

2,000lb

PART NUMBERDESCRIPTION
T2-BEAMTrailer Torsion Axle, Beam Only
T2-IDLERGCTrailer Torsion Axle, Includes 4 On 4” or 5 0n 4 1/2″ Idler Hubs (Please Specify when Ordering)

3,500lb

PART NUMBERDESCRIPTION
T3-BEAMTrailer Torsion Axle, Beam Only
T3-IDLERTrailer Torsion Axle, Includes 5 on 4 1/2″ Idler Hubs
T3-EBRAKETrailer Torsion Axle, Includes 5 on 4 1/2″ Brake Hubs & Electric Brake Assemblies

5,200lb

PART NUMBERDESCRIPTION
T6-BEAMTrailer Torsion Axle, Beam Only
T6-IDLERTrailer Torsion Axle, Includes 6 on 5 1/2″ Idler Hubs
T6-EBRAKETrailer Torsion Axle, Includes 6 on 5 1/2″ Brake Hubs & Electric Brake Assemblies

7,000lb

PART NUMBERDESCRIPTION
T7-BEAMTrailer Torsion Axle, Beam Only
T7-IDLERTrailer Torsion Axle, Includes 8 on 6 1/2″ Idler Hubs
T7-EBRAKETrailer Torsion Axle, Includes 8 on 6 1/2″ Brake Hubs & Electric Brake Assemblies

EZ-Loader Boat Trailer Axles

In order to identify your axle, we need your trailer’s VIN or serial number. With that information, we can make you a quote on the axle. The trailer’s VIN allows us to identify most of the compinents that make up your trailer. We recommend that you check all suspension hardware, including axle hangers, equalizers, suspension bolts, and shackle bolts to ensure that they are not worn  out. Worn suspension components on your trailer can cause instability while being towed.

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