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Old 08-15-2012, 12:36 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Glenn5995 View Post
You are correct if it has leaf springs. My Rockwood has the rubber torsion axles and I was visualizing that.
Yes, it is confusing. And that is why I asked the OP what he had.
I also have rubber torsion, so understand your angle.
But ours are just barely heavy enough for the GVWR of our camper, and I often wonder what will happen after ten or twenty thousand miles of hammering are put on those rubbers.
At least ours are Al-Ko axles, and not Lippert junk.

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Old 08-15-2012, 02:07 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by riversedge View Post
Thanks for the replys.

The tire that blew was front drivers side, the tires that are wearing are on the rear axle and wearing on the inside of each tire. The axles have springs.
When you replace the springs, MAKE SURE you replace ALL 7 (14 total) of the spring pivot bolts with "wet" ones. (The ones that have a hole drilled in them with a grease fitting in the ends)

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