Wow! 130.00 for a new axle? I just spent over 150.00 for 4 new bearings and seals for my 1947 1/4 ton Bantam trailer (bearings and hubs are the same as early Jeeps).
Yup. That why I went new. Plus the EZ lube zerks make it easy to re-lube without the need to tear it apart to lube the bearings.Wow! 130.00 for a new axle? I just spent over 150.00 for 4 new bearings and seals for my 1947 1/4 ton Bantam trailer (bearings and hubs are the same as early Jeeps).
Thanks for the info. Was pretty sure I was going that route, but after the other day, hooking up the trailer, going down hill, that parking brake sure came in handy. Might have to keep it. Could have gotten ugly!I am not sure if it was a part # just for the place I picked it up from. Any trailer place, heavy duty truck place, tractor supply store can order it for you.
Try this part #. 35655I-ST
Here is a website that has them.
I know Redneck trailers sells them as well. Here is a link for them.
Perfect....Thanks for the info. Really appreciate it! Gonna start a thread on mine. Just have to get all the pics lined up.These are not my pics but just to give you an idea
This is what an overloaded C shackle could look like. Not mine.
Fully boxed should be much stronger.