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What is Difference Between Off Road and Regular Tire Timbren Axle Less

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Hello, I am inquiring about the 2000 pound axel-less system with the 4 spindle lift. I want to upgrade a 400 pound mini A-lite camper torsion axel to these. off road camper project The torsion axel is also a 2000 pound unit and hubs. I have some questions. 1 what is meant by regular tires in the description ? I will be using it on and off road. Not giant tires, but will use off road tires at some point. 28-30 inches or so would be the max. Smaller ones on right now. 2 Is 4 inches the most lift available? probably dont need more, mainly curious 3 Will my current hubs work, or should I just get a new set to match the system ? Thank You !

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With the Timbren Axle Less systems the difference between the regular tires and off road tires is how far the spindles are spaced out from where they mount to the trailer frame. The off road setups are wider to allow for wider tires to fit.

4 inches is the current tallest amount of lift we have for these kits like with the kit part # ASR2KHDS04 which is for 2,000 lb axles and have the lift you are wanting. You'd need new hubs with this since what you currently have won't fit. So you'd need # 84546UC3-EZ.

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