Torsion Axles

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Torsion Axles

Postby crankshaft » Wed May 25, 2005 4:14 pm

Some where on the forum I read that torsion axels are adjustable to increase road clearance. I can't find that memo now..


If some one has the know how. I'll buy him (her) a beer for the info.

Because I'm retired with CRS (Can't remember Stuff.. Please make it step by step..


Thanks in avance..

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Postby mikeschn » Wed May 25, 2005 5:19 pm

That would be the flexiride axles...

Here's the page..

http://www.etrailerpart.com/torsionaxles.htm

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Postby madjack » Wed May 25, 2005 7:04 pm

...the Flexiride axles that Mike linked to are adjustable, they are also a little more expensive, the Torqflex(available many places) and Reliable(Northern Tools) brands are not adjustable but are about $60-$70 dollars cheaper and may be available locally, saving you shipping. The Flexiride is only available thru etrailerpart.com so unless you live in Lubbock Tx. you will have to pay shipping also
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