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RE: tandem axle channel supports

Thanks to each and everyone of you. I learned a lot. I did not notice the missing rubber boots for the brake adjustment. Should have known I adjusted a lot of brakes back in the sixties. I had no idea that there would be rubber inside the axle tube. Wow this old dog needs to do more reading. Thanks a million everyone.
grampyjd 01/25/21 06:07pm Travel Trailers
RE: tandem axle channel supports

Thank you for the info. Here is the photo I wanted to show. The formed steel angle looks some what light for twisting and turning the travel trailer
grampyjd 01/25/21 06:33am Travel Trailers
RE: Chipmunks

We had mice and was told to place a few opened bars of Irish Spring soap (original) around inside our RV with the packages opened. We have Not had any mice since. This might work on chipmunks. I also put bars of Irish Spring soap around in my pole barn and shop area, and again no mice so far this winter. Grampyjd
grampyjd 01/24/21 06:52pm General RVing Issues
RE: tandem axle channel supports

Thank you for the replies. I must have the torsion axles. I've always had the leaf springs on any trailers I've owned. The formed steel channel holding the axles looks like it could bend while backing and turning. I'm having a problem pasting my photo. Grampyjd
grampyjd 01/24/21 06:39pm Travel Trailers
tandem axle channel supports

I am in the process of buying a 32' travel trailer and would appreciate some input from current/past owners. After looking this trailer over, again, I noticed that the dual axle supports were formed steel channels with no center pivot point. Has anyone had problems with these channels bending or any towing problems. My wife and I have been RVing for forty years in motor homes but now were ready to down-size and this is our first pull trailer. Any comments good or bad will be greatly appreciated. Grampyjd Life member
grampyjd 01/24/21 11:31am Travel Trailers
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