Originally Posted by jmcrae3891
Yeah. Im the 2nd owner of the trailer. Ill try to get under it today or tomorrow to check on the axle
2003 Dodge Ram QC 2500 4x4
2005 Nissan Altima
2011 Forest River Lacrosse 301RLS
X2 on the axel being the issue.
After you get the axel repaired, get good quality tires (most of us on the forum use Goodyear Marathons or Maxxis). Most of us recommend you go up 1 load rating and have metal valve stems installed in the rims.
Get a good Tire Pressure Monitoring System (again, most of us use the TST TPMS-507) 507 Starter System Kit -
If you don't have one get a torque wrench (you can get a reasonable one at Harbor Freight for under $30)
Before every trip:
Make sure your tires are correctly inflated
Torque down the Lug nuts on your trailer as needed
Use your TPMS on the road
If you roll your TT over a curb, take the time to check your wheels and re-torque the Lug nuts.
Every 500 miles or so, check the torque on your lug nuts
Life should be good