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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by statman, Aug 8, 2010.
Any idea why?
Single axle? My old Trailerman did that. They said it was the axle and would not effect anything bad, except for tires... That trailer was not kept around long after that though...
is your axle have a slight bend in it also? like a bend up?
So when you put a load on it, the tires flatten out and wear better.
Bent axle from overloading it? I see trailers everyday here, single axle trailers with 2 big mowers on them and the wheels are angled like your speaking off.
I'm not overloaded, carrying a 52" Exmark in a 6x12 enclosed Haulin. that's it.
When my trailer tires did that, it was a bent axle. When I looked at the axle from the back of the trailer i could see where the center of the axle bent down. I think I overloaded it !
In at the top or in at the bottom?
Is it a torsion axle or soild axle?
Its a bent axle, when you look at new trailers they are not like that......