Rubber Suspension Axles

The most reliable and up to date form of suspension for trailers. Consisting of a full width beam they add rigidity to the chassis of the trailer, but have the performance of independent suspension. The construction of the axles consists of strands of rubber placed in the end of a length  of box, whilst the suspension arm is pressed in between. Once weight is applied, the rotation of the drop arm compressing the rubber gives you your suspension. Most axles are made to order. They are available braked or unbraked, and can be studded to suit various different wheels. Weight capacities range from 500kg -3000kg.

Helpful information: All trailers must have brakes over 750kg  GVW, and if it has four wheels, each wheel  must be braked. If you are replacing an existing axle always look for the manufacturers serial plate which is riveted to the axle body.

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