Originally Posted by midnightpumpkin
Not really true.
When I replaced my 3500 lb axles with 5200 lb axles on my Rockwood, I got the exact specs of the original axle from Al-Ko. I called Dexter with this information and they spec'd out a 5200 lb axle that only required two bolt holes to be re-drilled. Two of the mounting bolts fit the original holes.
BTW shipping charges for the two complete torsion axles with brakes from the Dexter plant in Fremont, IN to the Dayton Freight terminal in Mentor, Oh was $65.
Best mod i ever made on this trailer.
I would have done that if it was an option for me.
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