12k Lippert Trailer Axle Sprung - 12000 lb Electric Brake 8 lug (With Springs and Ubolts)

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12k Lippert Trailer Axle Sprung - 12000 lb Electric Brake 8 lug (With Springs and Ubolts)

12k Lippert Trailer Axle Sprung - 12000 lb Electric Brake 8 lug (With Springs and Ubolts)

SKU : 12EBLPSPRUNG7446865
Regular price $2,749
Regular price $3,299.99 Sale price $2,749
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Axle Options:
Hubface/Spring Center (Frame Width):
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Specs:

  • 12,000 lbs Lippert Trailer Axle (12K Capacity)
  • Tube: 5"
  • Weight: 578 lbs
  • This axle includes springs and ubolts mounted on the axle
  • This axle is not ABS compatible

A new 12k Lippert Trailer Axle - 12000 lb Electric Brake 8 lug is a great choice. The axle comes fully assembled and packed with high-temp axle grease, so all you have to do is attach it to your trailer bed, make sure the brakes and suspension are in place, and install the tire and wheel assemblies of your choice. With a 12,000-pound capacity, this axle can be added to your large gooseneck trailer, lowboy, or dump trailer. At The Trailer Parts Outlet, we're here to make sure you have access to the axles you need. Order your new 12K option now!

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Features:

  • Axles come fully assembled
  • High Strength Straight Steel Axle Tube Construction
  • Underslung - Axle is welded with spring seats on the bottom
    • Allows for lower ride height
  • Designed for use on Heavy Duty Trailers
    • Flatbed, Lowboy, Car Haulers, Gooseneck, Lawn & Landscape, Dump Trailers & More
  • Internal Wiring System
    • To ensure seamless design
    • Protect brake wires from wear and tear


To place a custom axle order, please call (936) 289-3191 and our trailer parts experts will be more than happy to assist you.

 


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