This 3-leaf double-eye spring is 25-1/4" long x 1-3/4" wide. It is designed for use with 2,500-lb trailer axles. Lowest Prices for the best Trailer Suspension from Redline. 3-Leaf Double-Eye Spring for 2,500-lb Trailer Axles part number PR722 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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3-Leaf Double-Eye Spring for 2,500-lb Trailer Axles

Redline Trailer Suspension

(17 reviews)


Code:   PR722

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Price:$22.95


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Redline Trailer Suspension - PR722

This 3-leaf double-eye spring is 25-1/4" long x 1-3/4" wide. It is designed for use with 2,500-lb trailer axles.

Features:

  • Flexes to absorb road shock and provide smooth ride
  • Reduces wear and tear on trailer
  • Ensures level ride on bumpy and uneven surfaces
  • Mounts to trailer frame with hangers or a hanger kit (sold separately)
  • Includes nylon bushings


Specs:

  • Number of leaves: 3
  • Spring width: 1-3/4"
  • Eye diameter: 9/16"
  • Spring capacity: 1,250 lbs
  • Axle capacity: 2,500 lbs
  • Dimensions: see table


Double-Eye Spring

Part NumberABC
PR72225-1/4"3"12-5/8"

Leaf springs are an integral part of your trailer suspension system. The double-eye spring is suspended at the ends by hangers that attach to its eye or, in the case of tandem-axle or triple-axle systems, into hangers in the front and rear and an equalizer or equalizers in the center. To determine the type of hangers or hanger kit you need, you must know the specific type of leaf spring you have, as well as your axle diameter and capacity. Depending on the hanger kits used with them, springs can be configured to work for single-, tandem- or triple-axle applications.

Please Note: To ensure proper axle alignment and suspension performance, leaf springs should always be replaced in pairs.



PR722 Trailer Double Eye Spring - 3 Leaf - 1,250 lbs





Video of 3-Leaf Double-Eye Spring for 2,500-lb Trailer Axles


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

Video Demo Redline Trailer Suspension PR722
Redline Trailer Suspension PR722 Review

Video Transcript for Redline Trailer Suspension PR722 Review

Today we will be reviewing part number PR722, the 3-Leaf Double-Eye Spring for 2,500-lb Axles.When ordering a new spring for your trailer, there are a few things you do need to know first. This spring measures 25 1/4 inches long by 1 3/4 inches wide. You will need to know the springs half-length which is measured from the center of the eye mount to the center of the leaf bolt here in the center of the spring. This spring has a 12 5/8-inch half-length. One final thing you will need to know is the spring height. To get this measurement, you will draw an imaginary line from the center of the eye mount on either side and using that imaginary line, you will measure from the spring surface giving us our height.

In this case is 3 inches. You will notice the two 9/16 mounting bolt holes are lined with a nylon bushing. This bushing helps to prevent metal on metal contact while the spring is installed on the trailer. And that does it for part number PR722, the 3-Leaf Double-Eyed Spring for 2,500-lb axles.




Customer Reviews

3-Leaf Double-Eye Spring for 2,500-lb Trailer Axles - PR722

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (17 Customer Reviews)

This 3-leaf double-eye spring is 25-1/4" long x 1-3/4" wide. It is designed for use with 2,500-lb trailer axles.


- PR722

by: Mike T08/29/2013


Once again, etrailer was fantastic. Their website had all the information I needed. Before last week I had no idea what a leaf spring system was, all I knew was that whatever that thing was on the bottom of my camper was snapped in two and I needed to fix it. Did some research on etrailer.com, it walked me through how to take the measurements and what I needed to look for. I took the measurements and found the product that fit my camper. As I always do, I shopped around, and once again, etrailers price was the best by far. I placed the order on a Friday morning and received a very nice email that afternoon from etrailer thanking me for being a repeat customer and notifying me they had expedited the shipping of my products and they left the warehouse that same day. Showed up on my porch the following Wednesday. Amazing customer service! I ordered the leaf springs, ubolts, shackles and shackle bots needed to replace the springs on both sides of my camper. When I opened the box, everything I ordered was in there and looking great. They shipped exactly what I needed, when I needed it at a price that couldn't be matched anywhere. Everything looks great, haven't had a chance to get them on the road yet, but I'm sure it will be top notch when I do. Thanks again etrailer! 97447






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by: jay02/05/2013


Delivery was very prompt sooner than expected. The information your site provided was spot on. I was able to find a more durable tire for a trailer we are pushing the tire limits. And increase the spring rating by only 500lb fisrt time I've seen off the shelf springs offered in such finite sizes. Though we load within the limits of our trailers this particular unit is at the top of the load range. The slightly heavier parts give me confidents we'll get where we want to go. Thanks we'll be calling again. 65079






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by: Mark H.01/14/2012


Thanks to etrailer.com, I was able to find out that this is the right spring for my trailer. Where before, my trailer was dangerously bouncy, now it rides as smooth as it should. Also thanks to etrailer's video, I knew exactly how to install it. It was very straightforward, and although it took some elbow grease, it wasn't too difficult in the end. Spring works perfectly, just what I needed. 29717






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by: Luke09/16/2014


Nice solid spring. Time will tell how the coating holds up to salt water use. I like that several load ratings are available in this length, so I can easily order and install heavier springs if I put a larger boat on this trailer. 151308






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by: Jim G.08/29/2011


I've just opened the box... they look as advertised and as long as they hold the load stated I'll be happy.... my intention is to never have them past about 1800-2000 lbs so all should be good.... 23037






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by: Tracy04/09/2012


Quick delivery and very professional operation. Already installed the product, replacing both of my original trailer springs, one of which broke due to metal fatigue. 36645






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by: Strouts Point09/06/2012


Everytime we have bought parts for trailers the service and quality of parts is excellent. Shipment is speedy and deling with an online company is very easy. 54053






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by: Joseph R.06/23/2011


Awesome service! They shipped super fast and even upgraded shipping at no cost to me. I will be using them for all my trailer needs. 17731






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by: Dale Wilson04/25/2014


Super service, great product, I am very satisfied and I recommend etrailer to all my friends and family! 127300






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by: Jim B.11/26/2012


Fit perfectly. Just what we needed and an excellent price. Arrived quickly. Great response and service. 60012






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by: Kellen Hood12/06/2013


Measure twice and order the right size. They fit perfect and now my trailer pulls true. 109369






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by: Mark J.09/25/2014


The spring was easy to find the part. It was delivered in 3 days. It fit perfectly. 153116






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by: chuck d.08/12/2011


product was just what i needed - great doing business with you 21718






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by: Darrell10/29/2014


Good price quality and very good the deal with. 158320






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by: R. D.10/18/2014


perfect fit for rebuilding my trailer . 156686






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by: jeff b.03/08/2014


good quality spring for my new trailer 119903






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by: MH04/24/2011


Works great and was easy to install. 12277




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