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ORDER ARE PROCESSED WITHIN 2-3 BUSINESS DAYS OF RECEIVING. MONDAY-FRIDAY 7am to 330pm. SHIPPING IS SENT THROUGH FEDEX/UPS. THERE IS NO FREE SHIPPING.

6 Lug 6000 Lb Torsion Axle w/ Vortex Hub ,V Bend, Available in Multiple Sizes, Without Brakes

$979.75

           6000 Lb Torsion Axle w/ Vortex Hub & TDE Brakes,

 V Bend,



                          Available in Multiple Sizes Without Brakes

  Torsion axles work by using rubber cords or cartridges inside the axle tube to handle suspension travel and shock absorption. Torsion axles do not use leaf springs, but instead the compression of the rubber to supply the suspension support needed. Each wheel works independently from one another. Torsion axles are also bolted or welded directly to the trailer frame, which adds stability and structure to the trailer frame. 
                             ** Removable Spindle Allows for Easy Replacement **

  •   Eliminate Leaf Springs with Torsion Axles
    • Bolts Directly to Trailer Frame
    • Fewer Moving Parts To Maintain
    • Reduce Trailer Complications and  Corrosion!
    • Includes Brake Flange w/ Industry Standard 3 x 3 Bolt Pattern
    • V Bend Provides Added Structure and Keel Space
 

  • 6 on 5 1/2" Lug Pattern
  • Fits 6000 lb Axles
  • Tie Down 6 year / 100,000 Mile Warranty
  • Maintenance Free / Water Tight
  • Made by Dexter Axle
  • Per Warranty Must Use Lucas Marine Grease
  • Galv X Anti Corrosive Finish
  • Designed with salt water conditions in mind
  • Fully Greased


                                                                     

This axle has to be shipped FedEx freight. If shipped there will be $150.00 per axle for crate cost, and the price of FedEx freight.

                                                                                                                                                                                       
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