Everything You Need to Service Your Trailer’s Axles
Servicing your axles does not need to be a complicated process. You can eliminate hours of searching for the right parts by getting an all-in-one kit that will give you everything you need. Whether you have…
A single axle trailer
Tandem axle trailer
Idler or brake application
Or a trailer ranging from 3500 lbs to 15,000 lbs
You can get a complete kit that will let you service your axle quickly and efficiently.
So what do these axle kits come with? Let’s find out!
Axle Service Kit for 3500 lb TrailerWhen you get a complete axler service kit, you get parts that are hand picked by people who know what they are doing. These kits come with OEM grade replacements that let you service your axle to the highest standards.
This kit gives you…
- 3.5k Hub and Drum (1,750lb Capacity Per Hub)
- (1) 10"x2.25" Electric Brake Assembly (Left Hand)
- (1) 10"x2.25" Electric Brake Assembly (Right Hand)
- (1) Tube of High Temp Axle Grease (Grease brand may vary)
- (10) Coned Wheel Nuts
- (2) Spindle Nut
- (2) Spindle Nut Retainer
- (2) DWasher
- (2) Castle Nut
Axle Service Kits for Trailers of Any Capacity | Service Kits for 3.5k to 15k Axles
The list of parts and supplies above is just an example of one kit. No matter what capacity trailer you have, you can find the axle service kit you need at The Trailer Parts Outlet. We offer axle service kits for 2k, 5.2k, 6k, 7k, 8k, 9k, 10k, 12k and 15k capacity trailers. Not sure if we have what you’re looking for? Reach out to us and let’s find out together!
When Should I Service My Trailer’s Axles? | Regular Axle Maintenance Schedule
You should inspect your trailer’s axles about once per month and conduct basic lubrication. Do fuller maintenance work on a six month and annual schedule. If you have unmaintained axles, you risk serious damage to your trailer. You have to be particularly careful if you use your trailer to launch boats. When you back your trailer into the water, growth, corrosion and debris can harm the axles. Axles that are in poor condition can lose wheels mid-journey, which is extremely dangerous to you, motorists behind you, and your cargo. You want to stay ahead of any potential accidents by maintaining your axles often and according to your trailer manufacturer’s recommendations. Keep your axles in good working order and tip top condition with these service kits.