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Recommended Axle And Fenders For Karavan Trailer  


need a trailer axle flange to flange is 82 5/8 spring center is 76 or 78 need 3500 lb no easy lube also need a fender for a karavan trailer 43 in long with step on top and both sides. black plastic right side can you help me getting the parts I need thank you. Thanks for any help


Expert Reply:

The 3,500 lb axle we offer that meets the 82-5/8 flange to flange measurement you mentioned you need is part # T3584F-8974. The spring to spring measurement for this axle is 74 inches. None of the axles we offer in this weight capacity have the 76 or 78 spring-to-spring measurement.

The U-bolt mounting kit I recommend is part # APUBR-1. This includes the U-bolts, plates, and hex nuts needed for installation.

If you are looking to buy new springs for your trailer you can check out the attached product page for the springs we offer for 3,500 lb axles.

I have attached a link to the product page for the fenders we offer that can work for you. You can use the menu to select the size wheels you have and then choose the fender that will work. The fender we have that best matches the dimensions you gave is for 14 inch wheels and is part # F008584. If you have 13 inch wheels I recommend part # F008583. For 12 inch wheels use part # F008582.

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Shaun C.


Hello, I have a karavan HCT-4000-S-TDB-78 trailer and the I need to know the size of the spindle nut so I can take it off and replace the bearing for the hub. It is a castle nut and I think the spindle is 1". Any help is appreciated!! Regards,

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Jon G.


If you have a 1" spindle then you need the spindle nut # 165686.



I am looking for an axel for my Karavan tandem trailer. The trailer is around 20 years old and the measurement is approx 95" Can you help???

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Chris R.


We do have a selection of trailer axles with a 95" hub face length and I've linked them all below. Do you know what capacity your existing axle is?

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