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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by 4 seasons lawn&land, Feb 11, 2008.
Wondering what the current costs are for new pads and tires for a 7x14 dual axle trailer. ???
Tires are usually around 150, and I don't know about trailer pads, every trailer I've ever worked on had drum brakes.
i just did my enclosed and shoes, magnets and drums,cost for all of it ran $560!
I just replaced mine, NOT the drumbs, But I got out for $50.00 a wheel
I replaced the entire assembly, the shoes were good but the maganets were gone
Ya the assemby is what i did, they ran $63 a wheel, drums killed me!
Get all your info and check with this link: http://www.easternmarine.com/em_sto...er brakes&OVKEY=trailer brakes&OVMTC=standard
I have ordered several times from them and had really good luck. Prices are great! I'm still mad at myself, a few months back they had a special on the brake assemblies for 3500lb axles, for like $26 each. That's about HALF of what I had paid mid summer (which was about half again what the local stores wanted for them). I didn't buy any more! Yes, drums are the killer... By the time you buy new drums and brake assmebly, with the bearings and everything, you can actually buy the whole axle, with brakes, assembled, for the same price!