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Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit - Single Axle

Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit - Single Axle

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Alignment and lift kit lets you raise your trailer or RV 2" to accommodate for increased heights of newer trucks. Shift axles up to 1/2" forward or rearward to correct misalignment. Uses existing suspension components. No welding required. Call 800-298-8924 to order RV Ride Control accessories and parts part number LC87120 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all RV Ride Control products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit - Single Axle. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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RV Ride Control Accessories and Parts - LC87120

  • Trailer Leaf Spring Suspension
  • Alignment and Lift Kits
  • RV Ride Control

Alignment and lift kit lets you raise your trailer or RV 2" to accommodate for increased heights of newer trucks. Shift axles up to 1/2" forward or rearward to correct misalignment. Uses existing suspension components. No welding required.


Features:

  • Corrects misaligned axles and adds 2" trailer lift for level towing
    • Takes strain off of the rear axle and allows tires to run smoother and cooler
    • Provides extra clearance to accommodate trucks with taller ride heights and bed rails
  • Works with your existing leaf spring suspension system
    • Brackets attach to hangers and supply new, lower mounting point for springs
    • No need to cut off old hangers or weld on new ones
  • Lets you move axles forward or rearward to get proper alignment
    • Attach included cams to hanger brackets and insert bolt through cams, brackets, and spring eye
    • Turn cams to slide spring forward or backward, pushing or pulling the axle into position
    • Tighten bolts down to secure axle in desired position
  • Includes everything needed for single-axle installation
    • Some drilling required
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: single-axle trailers and RVs with leaf spring suspensions
    • Minimum distance from I-beam to spring mounting hole on hanger: 2-5/8"
    • Works with standard 3" or 3" x 5" hangers
  • 90-Day warranty


Raise Trailer Ride Height

Newer trucks have increasingly taller ride heights and bed rails, which creates issues with 5th wheel trailers. Because your hitch mounts in the bed of your truck, a raised bed will result in a higher connection point, which can cause your trailer to be nose high during towing. This will put more weight on its rear axle, potentially resulting in poor handling and damage over time.


If your truck bed rails are tall as well, you may not be able to lower the fifth-wheel hitch enough to make up for the difference in ride height. Lowering the hitch means that, once connected, your trailer will likely hit the bed rails. To ensure proper clearance for your bed rails and also achieve a level towing setup, you may have to raise the height of your trailer.


Lifting the trailer deck 2" allows the trailer to be towed more level and provides the needed clearance, at least 4", above the bed rails to keep them from being damaged.


Correct Misaligned Axles and Suspension

Correct Track Alignment Hanger

Misaligned axles can be caused by lateral unbalanced weight. When an RV foundation is assembled, the bulk of its final weight has not yet been placed on the axles and chassis. The addition of slide-out rooms, appliances, and cargo can cause an imbalance and lead to misalignment.


The Correct Track can be integrated into the suspension system of your RV, allowing you to customize the wheel alignment for your specific load requirements. Doing this can prevent premature tire wear and improve gas mileage.


This easy-to-install kit is designed specifically for aftermarket installations. The Correct Track hangers allow you to adjust the axle alignment by 1/4" increments for a properly aligned suspension.



9005934 Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit - Single Axle

Installation Details LC87120 Installation instructions



Video of Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit - Single Axle

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




Video Transcript for Lippert Components Correct Track Alignment Kit Manufacturer Installation

Today we're going to talk about how to install the Correct Track on a frame on a trailer. You should have already reviewed how to check your alignment on your trailer. What we're going to do today is we're going to show you how to install the Correct Track on the trailer frame. What we have on the Correct Track, it has a cam and this cam has a slotted hole. This cam goes into this bracket, right here and it has a slotted hole, as you turn this cam you can actually move the axle front to back, which, what you want to do is align it to the kingpin. Right now, what we're going to do is we're going to remove the spring hanger here and we're going to drop the axle down so that we can get to the holes here. What we're going to do with Correct Track we're raising the trailer two inches. One of the reasons the trailer need to be raised two inches because we're moving the spring down where the slotted hole is.

All the new trucks now, the beds are two inches higher, so one of the best selling features about the Correct Track is it raises the trailer two inches for the new trucks. We talked about before, you should always use a backup wrench on any of the nuts on the back if you plan on using them. Right now we're going to remove this. You're going to get two washers and the washers go on the top slotted hole. You're going to pre-assemble it. This block right here is a reinforcement block that goes in between your hanger, making sure that the bolts go though the reinforcement block. Now we're going to install the outside bracket, the inside bracket's already been installed.

Making sure that we put the washer on the slotted hole. We're going to install the nut loosely along with the second nut. Now you're going to install the cam in the neutral position and basically, what you see is just the shortest distances to the bolt here. This is a quarter inch adjustment, that's a half an inch adjustment, this is the neutral position. We're also going to install a cam on the front in the neutral position, too.

We have a cam on the back, we have a cam on the front in the neutral position. We have no washers on the cam, no washers on the second bolt, but a washer on the slotted hole. Right now, what you're going to do is you're going to tighten up your brackets on here, making sure that the block inside is centered. The reason I set the cams in the neutral position on this side is, when we did the alignment check, we found that the axles we're out of line by half an inch on the other side. I'm setting this side to the neutral side, I will make my adjustments on the other side. I will turn the cam so that I take that half an inch out.

Seeing that both my front axle and rear axles are in line together, I'm going to have to move the front axle forward a half an inch and the rear axle a half an inch forward on the other side. We have a cam on the back and we have a cam on the front in the neutral position. We have no washers on the cam, no washers on the second bolt, but a washer on the slotted hole. Right now what you're going to do is you're going to tighten up your brackets on here, making sure that the block inside is centered. On some occasions you're going to need to pull the axle back or either pull the axle forward. When you've got to pull it forward, you put it on the lug nuts on the front and the rear drums. This one here, we're going to have to move the axle back, so what we're going to do is we're going to find a place on the frame that we can pull off of and then we're going to pull the axle back. As you notice how the hangers start to come in square, you'll be able to get the blocks in much better. Right now I'm going to tighten up this, with the tension on this. When tightening up the cam bolt, you need to make sure you have a small gap between your spring and your hanger, so that your spring will operate without squeaking. What we've done is we've removed the shackle. This is a very important unit on the trailer that you gotta make sure that these are not egg-shaped or worn out. There's a lot of failures due to the shackles that are worn out. Right now we're going to install the center hanger because we're raising the trailer two inches, we want to raise it all the way across. What I do is I'll take this center hanger, turn it upside down, put this bolt in here. It gives me a mark right here that I can use to put my mark in here. Take it off and you have your drill template right there. On top of that, what I like to do is take a tape measure and verify that that is dead in the center. This hanger right here is three inches, so I need to be one and half inches. I'm going to make my mark here at one and half inches. Very critical that you do that. You're going to drill the outside hole, you're going to go around the inside and do exactly same thing and drill the hole from the backside in. What I did was I drilled a pilot hole and now I drill a nine-sixteenths hole so that we could bolt everything together. At the present time now, I'm going to go to the inside and do exactly the same thing I did to the outside. We're also going to install the second bolt. Now we're going to install the front hanger along with the washer on the slotted hole and the two nuts. Right now, what we've got is the Correct Track center hanger installed. Everything is loosely nutted. We're going to install the equalizers right now and the shackles. First of all, you're going to put them on. As we talked about on the front and the rear hangers, this block in here needs to be square. I'm going to tighten up the bolts . What we've done is installed the center extension hanger for the Correct Track. We've tightened all the fittings up making sure our block inside here is square. We've tightened all of our shackles up. Basically, what we've got is the standard shackle installation kit here. Again, I reiterate, if you install the equal flex, this, on the Correct Track is not needed. This here is called the Never Fail bushings. These we're developed so that you don't have to have wet bolts and you can replace out the nylon washers and bushings out of the spring-eye hangers along with the equal flex and that. These are basically good forever. No greasing, nothing is needed. When you're going to do an alignment, you don't want to put your whole alignment together and have worn bushing. We highly recommend that you replace them with the Never Fail bushings. In closing, what we've done is we've installed the Correct Track on one of the hangers. We've talked about how you're going to install it on the rest of the hangers. We've talked about that you need to review the video on how to check your alignment before you do it, go on the Correct Track. What we've done is we've done it on a raw frame so that you could actually see it much better. This is Sunny signing off.


Customer Reviews

Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit - Single Axle - LC87120

Average Customer Rating:  4.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

Alignment and lift kit lets you raise your trailer or RV 2" to accommodate for increased heights of newer trucks. Shift axles up to 1/2" forward or rearward to correct misalignment. Uses existing suspension components. No welding required.

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The listing for this product was confusing. I thought I was ordering the LCI kit, even double checked part numbers, they are the same. What I got was a kit by The Mobil Outfitters. Maybe they are part of LCI, I don’t now..... But, now I know why this kit is cheaper than the LCI kit, I performs the same function, but it’s a little crude. They supply grade 5 standard bolts where the LCI kit has the nice shoulder bolts. I guess I should have looked really hard at the picture, because the parts are displayed as you will get them. Another big gripe for me was that the reinforced spring slot has its inside reinforcement plate slightly out of alignment with the main plate. Did not realize this until I forced a bolt through and ruined the fine threads on a bolt. It gets the job done, just not as refined as the LCI kt. 447283


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Ask the Experts about this RV Ride Control Accessories and Parts

  • Recommended Tandem Axle Trailer Lift
    I may have a solution for you to lift your tandem axle trailer, but the Lippert Correct Track System # LC87120 has been discontinued and they're not expecting to bring it back at the current time. With that said, you can still get the 2" lift that you would have gotten with this kit by using the Lippert Tandem Axle Lift Kit # LC407131. This kit extends the length of the hangers in your suspension system to provide up to 2" of lift in a tandem axle setup.
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  • Parts Needed to Lift Single Axle Trailer
    You can install and over under kit on your axle potentially to gain additional height or you can install a lift kit like the # LC87120 which will give you a 2 inch lift. The diameter of your trailer axle will determine the size of the parts that you will need to order if you wanted to do an over under kit. If your axle is 3 inches diameter, the Dexter Trailer Springs Over-Under Conversion Kit, # K71-385-00, would be a great choice and if your axle is 2-3/8 inch diameter you could use...
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  • Do I Use Center Correct Track Center Hanger To Install Road Armor Equalizer
    I contacted Lippert and the Road Armor Shock Absorbing Equalizer Kit part # LC696740 is compatible with the Lippert Components Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit part # LC87120. If you use the road armor equalizers you will not need the center track bracket. However, I do recommend to take a look at the holes of the equalizer to make sure it matches your existing equalizer.
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  • Lifting a Utility Trailer for Compatibility with Lifted Jeep
    You can raise your trailer about 2 more inches using the Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit - Single Axle # LC87120. Then you can also add longer hangers if you prefer. We do have long hangers like # 115919 which are the longest option we have. New springs or blocks is not a good option. You will probably need to use a ball mount with a drop to allow you to tow level. I've attached a link to the options and have also attached an article to help you with measuring for fit.
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  • Recommended Lift Kit For Trailer Tire Fender Clearance
    The best option for your trailer is the Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 2" Lift Kit - Single Axle # LC87120. This will allow you to use the same suspension components already on your trailer and will give you the additional rise you need for your tire clearance. This is a great option for your trailer and my recommendation for this specific situation.
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