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Small utility trilers, Big Tex uses cambered axles, how many people actually know what's under their trailer? If you have a straight axle and load it down, what happens to those wheels and tires? Yep, if you have a cambered axle, and your not loaded down, not much weight are on those tires edges so no irregular wear. When cambered axles are loaded down, which most trailers are most of the time, the axle then straightens out, allowing the tires to wear flat. Just a whole meal for thought before you buy just any trailer.
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Didn't know what cambered axles were, but the 12ET model I think I'm gonna get has them.
But that got me thinkin now, because I'm only gonna be hauling 8600 pounds 90% of the time on this 12,000 GVW trailer, would the axle flatten out enoufgh with a load like that?