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Torflex Lift Kit - Tandem Axle - 2-5/8" Lift

Torflex Lift Kit - Tandem Axle - 2-5/8" Lift

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Lift kit raises your trailer frame by 2-5/8". Kit includes spacers and mounting hardware for tandem axle applications. Compatible with #10 Torflex axles with 2,300 to 4,000-lb capacities. Great Prices for the best trailer leaf spring suspension from Dexter. Torflex Lift Kit - Tandem Axle - 2-5/8" Lift part number K71-707-02 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Dexter Trailer Leaf Spring Suspension - K71-707-02

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Lift kit raises your trailer frame by 2-5/8". Kit includes spacers and mounting hardware for tandem axle applications. Compatible with #10 Torflex axles with 2,300 to 4,000-lb capacities.


  • Lift kit raises your trailer frame to provide 2-5/8" additional clearance between trailer frame and axle
  • Designed for use on trailers with tandem, #10 Torflex axles with 2,300 to 4,000-lb capacities
  • Spacers attach to side-mount brackets on your trailer's frame
    • Not compatible with top-mounted torsion axles
  • Includes:
    • (4) #10 Frame spacers (003-377-02)
    • 24 Plain washers (005-111-00)
    • 16 Locking hex nuts (006-126-00)
    • 16 Hex screws (007-177-00)
  • Distance between bolt holes center to center: 8"

Note: Lift kit cannot be used with Torflex axles with 3" high profile brackets.

K71-707-02 Torflex Lift Kit - Tandem Axle - 2-5/8" Lift

Installation Details K71-707-02 Installation instructions

Video of Torflex Lift Kit - Tandem Axle - 2-5/8" Lift

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Dexter Axle Torflex Lift Kit Review

Hi there, trailer owners. Today, we're going to be taking a look at Dexter's Torflex Lift Kit. These are compatible with Dexter's Torflex Axles. This truck lift kit is going to work with your Dexter Axles and your trailer to raise your trailer up. This is going to help level out your trailer. If your truck sits too high, leaving the front end of your trailer jacked up and the back of your trailer down when you're hauling your trailer, this could lead to scraping at the back of your trailer due to the angle, angling it down.

And by leveling out our trailer, it also helps to load the tongue weight properly on our truck. So this is overall just going to increase the driving experience that we're going to feel when hauling our trailer.Our customer had an issue with his truck being too high for his trailer, causing it to haul unlevel. After we got done installing the components here, we can see that our trailer is completely level all the way down, which is going to increase the driving experience inside of our truck just due to the way our trailer is going to handle. The weight's going to be properly distributed onto the back of our truck, which is going to allow us to get proper braking and handling performance at the front. Our customer also has a weight distribution system on here as well to help even out that weight.

All these components are going to work together just to give you the smoothest and best handling performance when driving your truck down the road when hauling your trailer.Other issues some trailers can run into, particularly if they have the swing out arm styles for their support system, is that in certain areas, depending on how level the ground is where you're at and if there's any rough terrain, some of those arms may hit the ground when you're trying to swing them out and then you can't level properly. You have to move it around and adjust until you can find that sweet spot. Lifting the trailer up a couple of inches is going to give you that clearance that you're going to need, so you can more easily get set up and ready to go at your campsite.And this is what our lift kit looks like when it's installed. I've got the wheels off so that you can see the spacers in place here between our axle and the frame. That's where it goes.

Going to give us greater clearance to the ground, so when we're hauling our trailer, we don't have to worry about as much issues with scraping on the ground, particularly if we have leveling jacks and things like that that are hanging down below. And in some cases, depending on your campsite where you park it, you may be so low to the ground in that particular spot that you can't even use your landing gear properly to level out your trailer because they just don't quite meet where they need to.By lifting it up, we get more room to work with on our landing gear so we can get those legs swung out and everything set up properly. And it can also help out with getting it properly set up with your truck. If your truck's lifted up higher than your trailer, then you can haul it uneven. And you want to try to haul it as even as possible to have the proper load and tongue weight on your truck's hitch at the back.

So something like this is going to lift it up and provide that for you. And you can see it comes with all the hardware that we need, brand new hardware for attaching both our axle to our bracket, as well as attaching our bracket to our trailer.One thing you'll want to keep in mind when performing this installation is that you are increasing the distance between your axle and your trailer here by about this much. And depending on your brakes that you have installed, whether they are electric or hydraulic, you may need to extend the wires or the hydraulic lines in order for this system to work properly with your trailer. On the one that we installed today, we did have to add a few inches to the wiring in order to lower it down and be able to have proper travel of our suspension without damaging the wires that go to our electric brakes. And when it comes to the installation, it's considerably easier than many other style of lift kits for different style of suspension.With this style here, with the TorkLift Axles, it's as simple as lifting your trailer up to where it hangs off the ground. You want to give yourself a considerable gap between the ground and your tires when you got it up to ensure that once you get your kit installed, you can get your wheels back on if you did take those off. I would recommend at least four inches between that when lifting it up. But once you got it lifted up, it's as simple as placing your jack underneath, lowering down one side, installing the spacer, and then moving onto the next one. I'd recommend finishing up this axle, doing the other side, and then moving on to your next one. And that completes our look at the Torflex Lift Kit.

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Torflex Lift Kit - Tandem Axle - 2-5/8" Lift - K71-707-02

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (520 Customer Reviews)

Lift kit raises your trailer frame by 2-5/8". Kit includes spacers and mounting hardware for tandem axle applications. Compatible with #10 Torflex axles with 2,300 to 4,000-lb capacities.


This trailer sees some use off pavement. The added ground clearance provided by the kit is very helpful. The lifting blocks are well constructed and the hardware is high quality. Installation was straightforward, but great care must be taken when lifting the trailer off the ground to remove the axles and also to ensure that the new fasteners are tightened properly. Not a job for inexperienced mechanics.


Though I have not yet installed the Lift Kit, previous reviews confirm they will work well on my Escape 5.0 TA fifth wheel. Being in Canada and hearing about the poor condition of packages and product being delivered, I had some concerns. However not only did the package arrive sooner than expected, it was fully intact and in good condition. My overall experience with eTrailer has been flawless - thank you!



Installed the lift kit, followed the instructions and it went very smoothly, took a couple hours with a buddy. 5th wheel now rides level with my F150, product worked as specified, and will continue future purchases with eTrailer as their service and responsiveness is above competitors in our experience.


The box looked it was previously shipped to someone else, the bag of parts was open and missing a bolt.
Also, the instructions were missing pages.

Etrailer Expert

Katrina B.


Yikes! Lets get you over to customer service so they can get you those missing pieces.


Missing 2 nuts, 2 bolts, 2 washers. Kit is useless without all th parts.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.


I want you to have all the hardware that comes with the kit. I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.


Peace of mind is included in the kit! After damaging the steps on our Lance 1995 pulling out of a driveway, I decided it was time to install a lift kit. Installation took a few hours with the help of a friend and his flat driveway. The installation is relatively simple but not for the faint of heart. We jacked up one side at a time, inserted a couple of jack stands, unbolted the axles, and installed the spacers. It's a little tricky reaching all the bolts and nuts, but doable. We've since travelled about 6200 miles with no issues. Nice to know I don't have to be quite as careful pulling out of driveways.


The product shipped fast, but in a broken up box. The parts were scattered throughout and looked used. I was missing some washers and a nut. Included in the box was some parts that didn’t belong with the order. Plus a flat head screw driver insert. For XXX dollars plus tax, the parts could have at least been put in a bag or something. It looks like I got someone else’s return. Not what I expected from etrailer. Waiting for a response from them. I sent pictures and asked if they received them. Nothing back from them yet.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.


My goodness that is not great to hear. I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.


I installed these a year ago on my camper and I took about a dozen camping trips. The parts haven't moved and are still nice and tight. I would definitely order them again.


The lift kit is just what I expected. The delivery was delayed one week. The package was damaged and re-taped. The bag holding the nuts and bolts was busted open and some of them were missing.


I ordered the Dexter K71-707-02 lift kit for my Haulmark Transport trailer. It was on back order and took two weeks to arrive but communicate this to me with a phone call. I thought that was great customer service since most companies these days just email if anything.
The product arrive as described accept for the poor quality finish. I stripped it down and re-painted it. That was not such a big deal since I painted all the parts as I installed them and touched up my axle, hubs and under body while the wheels were off. It installed easily and raised my trailer just as I needed. My trailer was so low it scraped on drives and the rear stabilizer jacks did not have enough room to deploy.

Tip: The nuts in this kit are locking nuts and require a considerable amount of torque to tighten them. I used a pneumatic impact gun that made the job go much quicker.


Installed lift on Lance 1985 to get the extra clearance for taking the trailer off road.

Product is great, and it was a simple install (took right at 3 hours). I had to buy a 15/16" wrench in order to fit in the tight space, especially when doing the bolt in the side while the bolt to the bottom was in place. Torquing the nuts was a chore now that I am getting older. :)

I used two jacks, one on each side of the axle to lower it uniformly (floor jack and bottle jack). I used two jack stands to hold up the trailer with wheels removed. (I had to raise the jack stands on wood to get the required elevation when I went to mount the tires.) Tools required were 15/16" open end wrench, 15/16" socket with 1/2" drive ratchet, 1/2" drive torque wrench capable of 150 ftlbs. I also used a 1/2" drive adjustable cheater bar to pry the existing bolts loose.


perfect, nice lift parts are well made,easy to install,i replaced both axles same time on 1997 airstream,


I gave it a 3 based on my experience with installation, however it may have been the axles themselves that were the problem.

1) Couldn’t find a match on the etrailer website, so I had to speak with a rep to only give me Dexter axle’s phone number.

2) The first location for calling Dexter axle couldn’t help me either, so they gave me the number for where they were manufactured (tandem axles).

3) The 3rd call matched the serial numbers of my axles finally and gave me the kit # to order from etrailer.

4) The holes in the lift brackets were drilled for a minimum of 8” o/c, which was perfect for the trailer, but the axles were drilled at 7.75” o/c. This meant having to slot mill all 4 bracket for the axles .25” on each side for bolt clearance.

5) The original nuts and bolts that came off of my axles and trailer were .5” dia bolts, but the ones that came with the kit were WAY too big meaning I needed to either oversize (ream the axle and trailer holes) or buy new bolts, which is what I did.

It has nothing to do with etrailers service. Just wanted people to know what they’re getting into with these lifts sometimes! :


I needed this axle spacer kit due to insufficient wheel well clearance on the used 2008 Jayco trailer we purchased (it turns out that ~2400 trailers left the factory missing this spacer back in 2008).
These spacers arrived quickly and in fine condition. They fit perfectly. NOTE: Installation went ok, but I did this in a campground, on gravel, and in 95-100° heat, so it was not easy and took me 2 full days. If someone performed this in cooler weather on a hard, flat surface it would go faster.
Very satisfied with the quality and with etrailer (I have used etrailer 3 times prior and have had no problems).


Does not have the mounting holes to allow me to space the axle. I will have to drill additional hole 180 degrees of

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.


I wanted to ask you more about your experience with the lift kit. You should not have to drill any additional holes and I wanted to ask you a few questions. Would you be able to send a picture? Do you have a #10 Torflex axle?

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.


I wanted to ask you more about your experience with the lift kit. You should not have to drill any additional holes and I wanted to ask you a few questions. Would you be able to send a picture? Do you have a #10 Torflex axle?


Kit worked fine, but it arrived missing several washers. Thankfully I had another kit for our other trailer, so I used some from that kit. Unfortunately, etrailer made getting a few replacement washers 10 times harder than getting the kits. After numerous emails asking several questions;then wanting pictures of the kit and instructions days after it all went in the trash post installation, I'll just buy my own replacement parts. You would think I was asking for a new free kit. Just wanted enough washers to install the other kit.


Fast Service


I cannot comment on the installation as I had a mobile mechanic friend install it. 4hrs is what he charged me.
The stance is much improved. I should have done it years ago.

Daren C.


We sold the trailer to family. Th we y have towed for over 1000 miles with NO issues.


The product is excellent. I'm taking off a start because the packaging was terrible. It came in a cardboard box with one piece of tape holding it together. It blew out the second I picked it up, and damaged the cabinet surface that everything fell onto.


Don't expect the paint on the Brackets to be whole, there is no way they can be with how they are packaged. Regardless, this is a very easy to install lift if you have any mechanical abilities and tools to safely lift your trailer. I called to several RV shops in my area and was quoted 800.00 - 2000.00 to install this kit. It took me 2 hours including hooking the truck to the trailer, gathering tools. Very straight forward install and is as described on the website. We have a 2014 Flagstaff Classic Ultra Light fifth wheel which is 1.5 ton towable and with our 1 ton sitting so high at stock ride height, the rear bumper of the trailer was close to dragging at the slightest dip. Well made and easy to install.

Douglas H.


Still working great after a year of use. We have teaveled about 5,000 miles with the lift kit and it has continued to performed flawlessly.


I had an RV service center put the kit on. But in doing so it did lift the trailer enough that I'm not wiping out my back steps and rear bumper as much as I was. I'm really happy with the product and the service center. And happy that I did fine the lift kit. Thank you etrailer.


Stacey was as knowledgeable as she was friendly. Can’t imagine doing business anywhere else!!


Worked great and easy to install. Got the parts quickly and in good order!!



Great product, and easy to install. It lifts the trailer for more ground clearance for when we go boondocking!


Amazing customer service! Ordered the wrong product and was able to make adjustments before shipment. Shipped same day and arrived 3 days early.
Super easy install took 90 minutes by myself with two jacks and an impact gun. Highly recommend.


Good product and easy to install. The paint quality was decent. Some minor scratches on the the tubes.


The product fit my 2018 Lance 2285 camper perfectly. It was a relatively easy install. My only con is that the paint finish on the product is very poor. The paint was chipping off right out of the box. I ended up repainting the kit before installation. I've gone on two camper trips with the kit installed and the camper towed great! Without the kit, I would've bottomed out twice for sure.



Product has been flawless.

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    Per the manufacturer the correct kit you would need for your 2011 Lance 1985 Trailer with Dexter Axle # 2544334 is The Torflex Lift Kit # K71-707-01. The Lift Kit # K71-707-02 is not the correct kit. This lift kit will raise your trailer frame to provide 2-5/8 inch additional clearance between the trailer frame and axle. You will need to purchase two lift kits. I attached a review video link below.
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  • Lift Kit that Fits 2016 Lance 1995 Camper
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    If your Livinlite 28RLS trailer has tandem Dexter Torflex #10 axles then the kit part # K71-707-02 that you referenced is a confirmed fit. The easiest way to verify the fit is to measure distance between the mouning holes of your current axles. If that distance is 8 inches on center then this is the correct kit.
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