China factory 92 Inch Square Galvanized Torsion Drop Center Trailer Axle (3500 lb.) axle clamp tool

Product Description

About torsion axle

Torsion axles offer a low-maintenance, reliable, quiet, smooth ride. Mastervim torsion axles make it simple to have peace of mind while trailer towing.

Torsion axles have taken the trailer industry by storm in recent years. The boom in usage can be attributed to the many benefits that torsion axles offer over standard spring axles. Their innovative design provides an array of benefits and avoids many of the shortfalls that have commonly been found in traditional spring axles. 
 

Torsion Axle Benefits

No Maintenance

Torsion axles have a very simple design, using rubber cords and an inner bar, rather than the large array of parts found in a spring axle. The simplicity of this design means that there is little to no maintenance that needs to be done. All you have to do is lube your wheel bearings.
 
Smooth, Quiet Ride
Torsion axles function using a simple design that utilizes the compression of rubber cords inside the axle to cushion the trailer. This twisting and compression motion is very smooth and it rides nicely even when there is no load. Furthermore, there is no metal-to-metal contact inside the axle making it quieter and less abrasive. 
 

Reliable

Torsion axles have fewer moving parts than traditional forms of trailer suspension. As mentioned earlier, there is no metal-to-metal contact within the axles components. This means that there are no CZPT parts rubbing against each other, causing wear or corrosion. Likewise, the rubber construction means that the axles are more corrosion resistant. 
 

Versatility

Torsion axles can be used in an extensive range of applications, due to the ease of adjustment. To change the height of a torsion axle, the torsion bars just need to be adjusted. Additionally, half-torsion units can be used, meaning that the application does not need an axle that passes under the entire trailer. This opens up the opportunity for many custom applications and can provide benefits such as additional ground clearance.
 

When is it better than a Spring Axle?

They are particularly advantageous over springs axles for applications like:

  • Marine/Boat trailers
  • Rough/bumpy surfaces
  • When much lower or higher ride height is needed
  • High vibration applications (like wood chippers or generators)
  • Custom applications
  • Applications with limited mounting space 
  • Corrosive environments (like saltwater)

Torsion Axles can improve your trailer-towing experience.

Application

Camper trailer, Fifth-wheel trailer, Off-road trailer, Toy hauler trailer, Double-decker trailer, Caravan towed trailer, Solar trailer, Horse trailer, Jeep trailer, Lowboy trailer, Mobile Home, Pup up trailer, Dolly trailer, Tow dolly, Car hauler, Construction trailer, Genset trailer, Generator trailer, Snowmobile trailer, Boat trailer, Aluminum trailer, Utility trailer, Light duty trailer, etc.

Other products

Rubber Torsion Axle without brake
Rubber Torsion Axle with Electric drum brake
Rubber Torsion Axle with Mechanical drum brake
Rubber Torsion Axle with Mechanical Disc brake
Rubber Torsion Axle with Hydraulic drum brake
Rubber Torsion Axle with Hydraulic Disc brak


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Capacity Range

450kg/750kg/1000kg/1250kg/1500kg/1750kg/2000kgs/2500kg/3000kgs/3500kg/4000kg
 1,650lb/1,750lb/2,500lb/3,500lb/5,200lb/6,000lb/7,000lb /8,000lb  

Product Process

Cutting axle tube>welding bracket>welding torsion arm with torsion bar>surface treatment>press rubber

Why choose Mastervim?

Mastervim was established in 2004, as a manufacturer of products for trailers. The product range has varied greatly during our evolution, currently, Mastervim is focusing on developing axles, suspensions, brake parts and other components for the trailer industry.
Our customers represent all types of trailer manufacturers including marine, RV, horse, commercial/industrial, cargo, etc.
Over the past several years, Mastervim has built 5 plants in China, designed several production lines of fully customed parts, involving casting, forging, machining, welding, painting and assembling.
Mastervim is grateful to our OEM customers and suppliers for their trust and support. Please bring your suggestions for improvement to us in our efforts to make a better company. We look forward to serving you in the future.
 

  1. Instant Response: 7 x 24 hours online, reply within 3 hours
  2. Quick Shipping: Big 3 broker partner -MSC COSCO shipping lines, familiar with America AU EU
  3. OEM Advantages: Unique R&D capability/3D printer Virtua modeling/20 years experience
  4. Quality Control: Word famous QC system/TUV SGS DOT/Quality guarantee

 

After-sales Service: Yes
Warranty: 24 Month
Type: Axle
Certification: ISO/TS16949, CCC, DOT, ISO, CE
Loading Weight: 3500 Lb
ABS: Without ABS
Samples:
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Axles

How to Identify an Axle

An axle is the central shaft that rotates a wheel or a gear. The axle may be fixed to a vehicle or to its wheels, and may include bearings for movement. The axle may also be connected to other parts of the vehicle, such as the suspension and steering systems. The axle may also include mounting points for bearings.

Identifying an axle

Identifying an axle is easy if you know what to look for. Identifying the axle is an important part of axle rebuilding. The first step in the process is to determine the make and model of the axle. This can be done by looking for the Bill of Materials number on the right or left tube.
When trying to identify an axle, it helps to know its dimensions, hub pattern, and number of bolts. The width of the axle can also help you determine its type. Wide axles are commonly used on light-duty pickup trucks, while narrow axles are typically found on sports cars. Once you’ve identified the type of axle, you can look for its bolt pattern. The diameter of the axle is another way to identify it.
Axle identification tags can also help you find an axle in a salvage yard. They are usually stamped with information that can help you determine the make, model, and gear ratio of a particular axle. It’s important to note that the tag’s information may change from one year to the next.
If you don’t know where to look for an axle tag, it’s probably a GM vehicle. GM vehicles are equipped with RPO codes, 3-character codes that designate various features of a vehicle. The stickers are usually located near the spare tire or in the glove box compartment. Simply scan the RPO code using your smartphone to obtain this information.
When changing an axle in a truck, it is imperative to identify the rear end first. Differential configurations and shapes can vary greatly, so you must be able to find the right one. Luckily, the process of identifying an axle is simple, and there are several ways to do it. The most common methods for identifying an axle are the axle tag number and the shape of the differential cover.
Axles

Inspection

Axle inspection is an important part of the manufacturing process and must be carried out many times during its working life. There are many ways of inspecting an axle, including visual inspection and ultrasonic testing. Axles come in hollow and solid styles. Their dimensions vary depending on the type of rail that they are attached to. London Underground trains use a type of axle known as a VLU axle.
Inspection of axle flanges should be done at least once a year. The inspection process can vary depending on the type of axle and the type of repair required. Using a magnetic particle inspection can detect cracks in the axle flanges. Another method is HFEC, which detects cracks in the attach bolt holes.
The air springs should also be checked for chafing or damage. The front and rear spring hangers should be free of cracks or excessive movement. The front bushing should also be checked for deterioration and wear. Fasteners should also be checked for looseness and torque. If the fasteners are loose or damaged, replace them immediately.
Axles

Repair

It is important to get regular inspections of your car’s axle to avoid costly repairs. Fortunately, most axle repairs are relatively straightforward. All it takes is a few simple tools and a safe way to prop up your car. However, if you don’t feel confident performing a repair on your own, consider hiring a mechanic for the job.
Axles are one of the most commonly damaged parts of a car, and repairing one can help you keep the car in good shape for years to come. In fact, it can even improve the performance of your tires. If your car is experiencing serious problems, you should seek professional assistance to ensure a safe repair.
If you suspect an axle problem, it’s important to get it checked as soon as possible. Bad axles can cause a bumpy ride, affect tire rotation, cause grease to leak from the wheels, and even lead to a wreck. Ultimately, you’ll want to avoid driving your car if you suspect a problem with its axle.
Your car’s axle may make a clicking noise as it moves. It could also cause vibrations that affect your passengers or even the steering wheel. The axle is an important part of the car because it supports the weight of the car and keeps the wheels in place. If the problem affects your car’s handling, it might be time for an axle replacement.
You can tell if an axle is damaged by excessive vibrations or unusual noises. This can be caused by a number of problems, including overloading the vehicle, bad potholes, or even bad carrier bearings. When you hear this noise, you should seek professional help immediately to ensure the safety of your vehicle and your passengers. A bad axle can cause other car problems as well, such as a faulty ball joint or suspension problems.
China factory 92 Inch Square Galvanized Torsion Drop Center Trailer Axle (3500 lb.)   axle clamp toolChina factory 92 Inch Square Galvanized Torsion Drop Center Trailer Axle (3500 lb.)   axle clamp tool
editor by CX 2023-11-21