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Front/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 1-5/16" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole

Front/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 1-5/16" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole

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Hanger can be configured to work as either a front or rear hanger on tandem- or triple-axle applications. Can be used on single-axle trailers as a front hanger only. Designed to suspend your double-eye leaf spring. Great Prices for the best trailer suspension parts from etrailer. Front/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 1-5/16" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole part number 115917 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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etrailer Trailer Suspension Parts - 115917

  • Hangers
  • Camper
  • Car Hauler
  • Utility Trailer
  • Double Eye Springs
  • 1-1/2 Inch Tall
  • 9/16 Inch Diameter
  • Single Axle
  • Tandem Axle
  • Triple Axle
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Hanger can be configured to work as either a front or rear hanger on tandem- or triple-axle applications. Can be used on single-axle trailers as a front hanger only. Designed to suspend your double-eye leaf spring.


Features:

  • Configured for use as front or rear hanger for double- or triple-axle applications
    • Can be used as front hanger only on single-axle applications
  • Provides attachment point for leaf spring
    • Hanger suspends spring from trailer frame
  • Fits 1-3/4" wide double-eye springs with 9/16" diameter eyes
  • Works with 9/16" diameter bolt (sold separately)
  • Weld on application


Specs:

  • Overall dimensions: 2-1/8" tall x 3" deep
  • Inner width: 1-13/16"
  • Height (from top of hanger to center of bolt hole): 1-5/16"


TSW 5917 Front or Rear Hanger for Double Eye Springs - 1-1/2" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole

Replaces 115917





Video of Front/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 1-5/16" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole

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




Video Transcript for etrailer Trailer Suspension - Leaf Spring Suspension - 115917 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the front hanger for double-eye springs. This hanger provides the attachment point for a leaf-spring. The hanger suspends the spring from the trailer frame. This is configured for use as a front hanger. 1 hanger is included. It's made from a really nice steel construction.

Very strong, durable design. It's going to have a raw finish. This is designed to be welded to the trailer frame. On top, you're going to notice that it has 2 holes. These are not for a bolt-on installation. Those holes are there if the installer wants to do a button weld instead of, or in addition to, welding around the outside of the hanger. The hanger's going to have a height of 1-1/2".

That measurement's taken from the center of the mount hole to the top of the hanger. You can see there. It's going to measure right on 1-1/2". This is designed for 1-3/4" wide double-eye springs with 9/16" diameter eyes. It's going to work with 9/16" diameter bolt.

Hardware's not included. That is provided . Or needs to be provided separately. Overall length of the unit, edge to edge, we're looking at 3". We'll take a measurement of the external width.

We're looking at about 2-5/16". Internal width. It's going to be 1-7/8". Overall height, top to bottom, we're looking at about 2-1/16". All the holes on the unit are going to measure 9/16" in diameter. That's going to do it for today's look at the front hanger for double-eye springs.

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Front/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 1-5/16" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole - 115917

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (64 Customer Reviews)

Hanger can be configured to work as either a front or rear hanger on tandem- or triple-axle applications. Can be used on single-axle trailers as a front hanger only. Designed to suspend your double-eye leaf spring.

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Just as good as the ones from the big box stores but way cheaper.



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This is a multiple product review. The long bracket are good. The shorter brackets are of the same good quality. The issue is using the short brackets with the shackles. The shorter brackets could be narrower so the shackle line up better with spring and other longer bracket. We used washers to make it align better. The greasing bolts are good, but could be longer. so we could only use 2 of the 6 and had to use normal grade 8 bolts.



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Trailer Doesn't Have broken springs anymore. Fun stuff! Good product, fit properly, no complaints.



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Perfect fit to replace my old worn out hangers



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we plan on doing more business our trailer seem to be a hit see attached photo



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Great product. Well built.



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Chelsea D helped with which bracket to use and made the entire process very painless. Great job.



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thanks guys



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I ordered a fender, springs,8 and misc parts for my magic tilt boat trailer to get it back in good condition. Everything was exactly what I ordered and worked great. The order was delivered in two days with free shipping The customer service was also very helpful (thanks Taylor ) Only place to go for your trailer needs.



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Products deliver quick and as described. Lots of choices at etrailer.com.



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Made job easy. Heavy duty metal, shaped, drilled and bolts slipped in and job done. Glad I found
Etrailer!!



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Everything you could expect. Delivered well protected and on time!
Unless I need it in my hand THAT day, I'll order it from etrailer.com.



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Fast shipping and everything you need for trailers, definitely recommend.



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I am very happy with this purchase. It is a quality product at a far better price than I could have purchased it at my local trailer parts store. (If they carried it in stock)



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product as listed and good no tracking # to follow order slow shipping



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ETRAILER CORPORATION has furnished high quality products in a short period of time on multiply orders. I do not hesitate to recommend them.



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Was perfect to hang my leaf springs.



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good heavy duty part,will be very useful when i relocate the trailer axle.



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Using on a teardrop trailer I am building and they should work great.



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We use these all the time for our Tag-a-Long trailers!! Thank you!



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Again thought it would contain the hard ware.



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Worked as expected. Shipping was prompt.



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Just what I needed, friendly service, and efficient order handling and alteration, Good communication on order status !



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Product works great.


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