1000Kg DIY Trailer Kit, Solid Axle 60-79", S.G Cast Hubs, 6 Leaf Slipper Springs

SKU : 180640045429
$247.00

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Details

DIY SINGLE AXLE TRAILER KIT.
SLIPPER SPRINGS
AXLE LENGTHS 60" - 79"


STUD PATTERNS AVAILABLE
FORD (5/114.3 PCD, 1/2" STUDS AND NUTS)
COMMODORE (5/120 PCD, 7/16" STUDS AND NUTS)
HQ (5/120.65 PCD, 7/16" STUDS AND NUTS)
HT (5/108 PCD, 7/16" STUDS AND NUTS)
6 STUD L/C (6/139.7 PCD, 1/2" STUDS AND NUTS) +$20
5 STUD L/C (5/150 PCD, 9/16" STUDS AND NUTS) +$20
6 STUD D40/NP300 (6/114.3 PCD, 1/2" STUDS AND NUTS) +$20
5 STUD SUZUKI / F100 (5/139.7, 9/16" STUDS AND NUTS) +$20


IN THIS KIT
1X 40MM SQUARE BARE AXLE, AVAILABLE IN 60", 63", 64", 65", 66, 67", 68", 69", 70", 71", 73", 75", 77", 78", 79", . ( IF YOUR NOT SURE ON THE SIZE YOU NEED PLEASE LET US HELP)
2X 6 LEAF 45MM BLACK SLIPPER SPRINGS. RATED 1200KG RATED PER PAIR) (SPRINGS ARE SHOT PEENED FOR EXTRA STRENGTH)
2X FRONT SLIPPER HANGERS
2X REAR SLIPPER HANGERS
2X FISH PLATES
4X 40MM X 130MM 1/2" U BOLTS WITH SPRING WASHERS AND NUTS
2X AXLE PADS
2X 5 STUD HUBS WITH CUPS ALREADY PRESSED IN. HUBS MADE FROM SG CAST WHICH IS MUCH STRONGER THEN GREY IRON
2X LM HOLDEN BEARING SETS (2X LM INNER BEARINGS, 2X LM OUTER BEARINGS, 2X WASHERS, 2X SPLIT PINS, 2X DUST SEALS, 2X DUST CAPS)
1X 50MM 2000KG UNIVERSAL BALL COUPLING
1X WELD ON BASE PLATE
3X HIGH TENSILE COUPLING BOLTS WITH NYLOC NUTS
ON PURCHASING PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR AXLE LENGTH AND STUD PATTERN



EXTRAS AVAILABLE
2" OR 4" DROP AXLES $295, DROP AXLES APPROX 5 DAYS TO ENGINEER
ASSEMBLE OF AXLE $50
JAPANESE MANUFACTURED BEARINGS $40 (PLEASE CLICK ON LINK BELOW)

 

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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.