Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Tuttle, OK, USA
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
Re: Mobile Home Axle
I cant give you a number rating but I will tell you they are stout. We have a junk mobile home frame with a gooseneck welded to it for hauling round bales of hay. The frame is tweaked in every direction, the gooseneck bent, but the axles and suspension have always held. 20,000# plus would not be uncommon on 3 axles. Quite possibly the best $200 we ever spent. It does everything we would use a $5000 trailer for, just a whole lot less.
Even the tires look horroble with dry rot but always hold air. Granted we dont pull it at highway speed loaded, but I would not worry about the axle on a small trailer.
99 XLT,PSD,CC,SB, 4x4, Manual T-case and hubs, auto trans, 3:73 Limited slip,Straight piped, Amsoil and Dodge LS Additive in the rear, Diamond B Brush Guard, AFE MAgnum intake/Pro guard 7 filter, Isspro Gauges on A-piller, SCMT 60 or 80hp, 203 T-Stat, Billit Housing
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