1600KG DIY Off Road Trailer Kit. Electric Brakes. Outback Springs, Stub Axles

SKU : 192682438383
$710.00

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DIY OFF ROAD TRAILER KIT

OUTBACK OFFROAD SPRINGS

SPECIALLY MACHINED STUBS TO SLEEVE INTO 50MM R.H.S


1600KG RATED

 

PCD's Availble
6/114.3, 6/139.7, 5/150

 

IN THIS KIT

2X 50MM SQUARE X 350MM 1600KG PARALLEL SOLID STUB AXLES MACHINED TO SLEEVE INT 50X50X5MM R.H.S BOX SECTION WITH ELECTRIC BRAKE MOUNTS WELDED, ALSO COMES WITH SPLIT PINS & WASHERS.

 2X 7 LEAF 60MMX7MM OFF ROAD BLACK SPRINGS WITH DAMPNERS (SPRINGS ARE SHOT PEENED FOR EXTRA STRENGTH)

2X FRONT HEAVY DUTY HANGERS

2X REAR EYE HANGERS WITH EXTRA STRENGTH WELD IN BRACKETS

2X OFF ROAD FISH PLATES

4X OFF ROAD 50MM X 150MM 5/8" HIGH TENSILE ROAD U BOLTS

2X HIGH TENSILE DOUBLE SHACKLE PLATES WITH SHACKLE BOLTS WELDED (WITH GREASE NIPPLES)

2X HIGH TENSILE SHACKLE PINS WITH GREASE NIPPLES

2X AXLE PADS

1X LEFT HAND 10" BRAKE BACKING PLATE WITH HAND BRAKE LEVER

1X RIGHT HAND 10" BRAKE BACKING PLATE WITH HAND BRAKE LEVER

2X 10" PARRALLEL HUB DRUMS WITH CUPS ALREADY PRESSED IN (AVAILABLE IN FORD, 6 AND 5 STUD LANDCRUISER)

2X PARRALLEL BEARING SETS

 



 

PLEASE COMPARE THE QUALITY AND STRENGTH OF THE OFF ROAD SPRING SETS TO OTHER SUPPLIERS!!

 

 

BEARING OPTIONS

 UPGRADE TO JAPANESE BEARINGS $40.0 (CLICK ON LINK BELOW)

 

 

 

"CLICK HERE TO UPGRADE TO JAPANESE MANUFACTURED BEARINGS"

 

 

PLEASE SEE OFF ROAD SPRING SET UP BELOW

Long Part of spring to the front, move rear hanger 25mm towards the rear,

Centre to centre of the hangers needs to be 25mm greater than centre to centre of the springs





SHOT PEENING

Shot peening is a cold working process used to produce a compressive residual stress layer and modify mechanical properties of metals and composites. It entails impacting a surface with shot with force sufficient to create plastic deformation. Shot peening is often called for in aircraft repairs to relieve tensile stresses built up in the grinding process and replace them with beneficial compressive stresses