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Old 19 November 2012, 16:33   #1
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750KG "bolt & play" unbraked suspension units & hubs

Bought to replace the gubbed ones on my old trailer, travelled approx 150 miles / 1 launch before I decided the rest of the trailer wasn't worth resucitating.

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Old 19 November 2012, 16:50   #2
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Linky does not work for me.What pcd is the hub?
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Old 19 November 2012, 20:06   #3
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Look like 4" PCD to me
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Old 20 November 2012, 04:16   #4
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DHD spot on.

Sorry, it was late. I forgot to add that to the description..... the kind of important dimension for a wheel hub!


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If you are coming out on the 2nd I can wrap them up & bring them along.
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DHD spot on.

Sorry, it was late. I forgot to add that to the description..... the kind of important dimension for a wheel hub!


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If you are coming out on the 2nd I can wrap them up & bring them along.
I am looking for 5 inch pcd hubs so as not to have to change wheels.Thanks for the offer though!!
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Old 20 November 2012, 08:54   #6
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If it's the suspension units you are after I can remove the hubs - I can use them as spares for my other unbraked trailer if nobody here wants them.

60 without hubs?
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I am looking for 5 inch pcd hubs so as not to have to change wheels.Thanks for the offer though!!
Don't want my interruption to appear rude, but is that pcd correct?

From memory Alko do a 5" pcd, but it's usually on a 5 stud braked drum.

If you've a 4 stud hub, it'd be worth checking. The most common 4 stud pcd measurements are:

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4" / 101.6mm
5.5" / 139.7mm

Don't mean to teach you how to suck eggs, so feel free to mind my own business, but here's how you measure a pcd:



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Don't want my interruption to appear rude, but is that pcd correct?

From memory Alko do a 5" pcd, but it's usually on a 5 stud braked drum.

If you've a 4 stud hub, it'd be worth checking. The most common 4 stud pcd measurements are:

100mm
4" / 101.6mm
5.5" / 139.7mm

Don't mean to teach you how to suck eggs, so feel free to mind my own business, but here's how you measure a pcd:



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Its the 5.5" I meant !!!!!! It was just a typo.
TG what would you advise to replace the old braked units? I dont need brakes being just under the 750kg limit.I find the old units have no grease nipples on the hubs and the suspension units are very rusty (2004).I always like to pump some grease in before and after a long tow and cant do that with these units.I dont see point in fitting nipples to the old units!!!I can get a complete axle with hubs for 170 approx from Autow is that a good idea?
Sorry for the thread hijack!!!!!!!
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170 for an axle?

70 (pretty near 1/3 off) hubs with grease nipples, delivered, pair of these http://www.autow.com/trailer-parts/t...0-inch/SW150C6 to bolt on (88.16 the pair), save 20 and get the suspension delivered free!

I've not done a full search, but I'm sure I found cheaper 10" wheel/ tyre combos rated to 750Kg/ axle.


Joking aside, The ones for sale are 4x4" - I had a grand plan to reduce my spares / "carry when towing" parts bin by standardising a bit - I had found some 750Kg rated 8" tyres which I could also use the spare on my sailing dinghy trailer. Ditto bearings etc. Overkill for the dinghy was better than finding I had the wrong parts with me as I sat with the rib at the side of the M6 .... you get the idea.

If you want them with or without hubs, let me know. if not, anyone else want them?
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