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Trailer Axle Beam with Easy Grease Spindles - 95" Long - 6,000 lbs

Trailer Axle Beam with Easy Grease Spindles - 95" Long - 6,000 lbs

Item # e73GR
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Round trailer axle beam measures 95" from hub-face-to-hub-face (when hubs - sold separately - are mounted) and 80" from spring-center-to-spring-center. Easy Grease spindles make it easy to lubricate bearings (sold separately). Great Prices for the best trailer axles from etrailer. Trailer Axle Beam with Easy Grease Spindles - 95" Long - 6,000 lbs part number e73GR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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etrailer Trailer Axles - e73GR

  • 6000 lbs
  • 95 Inch Long
  • 80 Inch Long
  • Spindles Only
  • No Drop or Lift
  • Leaf Spring Suspension
  • No Hubs
  • etrailer
  • Easy Lube Spindles

Round trailer axle beam measures 95" from hub-face-to-hub-face (when hubs - sold separately - are mounted) and 80" from spring-center-to-spring-center. Easy Grease spindles make it easy to lubricate bearings (sold separately).


Features:

  • Round axle beam acts as part of your trailer's suspension system
    • Replace an axle on your trailer
    • Fabricate a suspension to fit your application
  • High-strength steel construction
  • Bend in axle creates zero camber angle for even road-to-tread contact across the width of your trailer's tires
    • Best for straight-line acceleration and steady, controlled towing
  • Underslung design - spring seats welded to underside of axle for mounting leaf springs (sold separately)
    • Low ride height makes it easier to load and unload your trailer
  • Straight, Easy Grease spindles - no drop
    • Patented welding process prevents spindle failure with 40% stronger welds
    • Built-in grease zerk for simple lubrication
  • Spring seats and spindles are welded on
  • CSA, QAI, and SAE-N certified
  • Lifetime technical support from the experts at etrailer.com
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Weight capacity: 6,000 lbs
  • Hub-face-to-hub-face length: 95"
  • Spring-center-to-spring-center length: 80"
  • Axle diameter: 3"
  • Spindle/hub compatibility:
    • Bearings: 25580 inner, 15123 outer
    • Seal: GS2250-DL, inner diameter 2.25"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Axle Dimensions

Hub Face and Spring Center Measurements on Standard Trailer Axle

There are multiple ways to measure the length of an axle beam, but the hub-face-to-hub-face and spring-center-to-spring-center lengths are the most accurate. Hub face (A) refers to the length of the axle measured from the base of one wheel stud to the base of the wheel stud on the opposite side of the axle (when hubs are mounted on the beam).


The spring center (B) is the approximate width of your trailer. It is measured from the center of the spring seat on one side of the axle to the center of the seat on the other. This axle beam comes with the spring seats welded on.


If you are replacing your trailer's axle, you should be able to figure out which type you need by determining your trailer's capacity, the bolt pattern of your wheels, the brake type and the aforementioned lengths.


etrailer Axles

etrailer axles are made of high-strength steel and come with spindles and spring seats welded on. The spring seats are attached to the underside of the axle so that the leaf springs (sold separately) can mount beneath the axle. The result of this underslung design is a trailer that rides a bit lower for quick and easy loading and unloading.


Each axle is manufactured to create a certain camber angle. This ensures that the angle of the wheels is correct for your towing needs. Because the primary concern when towing is maintaining controlled, in-line movement, each axle is made so that your trailer's tires will run along the pavement evenly, with contact across the width of the tread. The result is excellent straight-line acceleration for steady, in-line tracking. You might notice the bend near the center of the axle; this is what ensures the proper camber angle. Having the center ride a bit higher and the sides of the axle bent lower allows the axle to give just enough to compensate for the load.



e73GR etrailer by AxleTek Replacement Axle Beam - Easy Grease - 95" Hub Face - 80" Spring Center - 6,000 lbs





Video of Trailer Axle Beam with Easy Grease Spindles - 95" Long - 6,000 lbs

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




Video Transcript for Measuring To Choose The Right Trailer Axle

In order to find the correct replacement axle for your trailer there's a few things you need to do. The first one is we need to determine the capacity. The first place I always check for the axle capacity is on the axle tag, which is actually located on the axle. Now, most of these are in the center and they could be a white sticker or they could be a metal plate. Now, not all of them list the axle capacity, but the vast majority do, that's why I look here first. Granted, this is a new axle here, so the tag is in fairly good condition, but we can see on here GAWR, gross axle weight rating, 3,500 pounds, so I know this is a 3,500 pound axle.

So if you do have an axle tag and there isn't a capacity listed on there there may be a serial number, an axle number. And in which case, you could actually reach out to the actual manufacturer with this information and they should be able to give you the capacity. Some of the more common axle manufacturers on the market are Dexter and Lippert. So if you don't have an axle tag, that's okay. There is still other options to determine the capacity.

One would be to take a fabric tape measure and record the circumference of your axle tube. Now, once we have the circumference we can use the appropriate formula to get the diameter. And then using the diameter there's sort of a general axle guideline to determine capacity based on that diameter. So, for example, a 3,500 pound axle is gonna have a 2 3/8 inch diameter beam. Now, a 3 inch diameter beam would represent anywhere from a 5,200 pound to a 7,000 pound axle.

And there's also some larger ones as well as some smaller ones. So if we don't have that axle tag there we could just measure the diameter here of our axle tube. And another way is to actually look at the brake mounting flange bolts. Now, this is just gonna give you a rough ballpark. The 3,500 pound assemblies, they usually use this 4 bolt pattern where it's the larger 5200 to 7,000 pounds, use that 5 bolt pattern.

So that's more of a general guideline. That's certainly not all you wanna do, but it will help you reaffirm when you're measuring. So once we get to capacity there's two more things that we need to gather. The next one is going to be the hub face length. So the hub face length is gonna take our brake hubs into consideration. We're gonna be measuring from the part of the brake hub where our wheel mounts from one side to the other. So we'll go ahead and do that now. Now, once we have our hub face length, we need to determine our spring center length. So the spring center length is gonna be from the center of the leaf spring perch from one side to the other. So once we have all this information we can then use that to select the correct replacement axle for our trailer. We have a ton of different options to choose from based on a few different factors. Number one is the length of our axle, both the hub face and the spring center. There's gonna be several different options for each of these. There's also gonna be different axle capacities based on how heavy you need your trailer axle to be and how heavy your trailer is. Now, we always recommend replacing what's on your trailer with the exact same one that came off. So, for example, if your old axle had an 89 inch hub face that's what we'd recommend replacing it with. And the same goes for the weight capacity, although you can upgrade. No matter what capacity you need we should still have an option for you. Now, in addition to the capacity, we're also gonna have axles with a built-in drop if you need that, or just a straight axle. And we also have some different kits that are gonna come with some different components. We can either purchase the axle, just the spindle only axle. We could get this with an idler hub, or we could get this with an electric brake drum and some electric brakes, depending on what capacity you need..

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Trailer Axle Beam with Easy Grease Spindles - 95" Long - 6,000 lbs - e73GR

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (178 Customer Reviews)

Round trailer axle beam measures 95" from hub-face-to-hub-face (when hubs - sold separately - are mounted) and 80" from spring-center-to-spring-center. Easy Grease spindles make it easy to lubricate bearings (sold separately).

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The axles that I ordered last year are still working out great. But even better than the parts was the service I got from etrailer. It was so great working with a company who took the time to listen to my project and help me get the right parts I needed, especially coming right off the heels of a terrible experience dealing with bad information and wrong parts from a competitor. Even with some damages in shipping, the returns/ and replacements were no hassle, with most issues being quickly resolved and not even costing me any additional downtime. As a contractor keeping a small fleet rolling, your competency and professionalism have made me a customer for life!! You guys at etrailer will be my first stop for trailer parts.



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Replaced the old axles with these on my 7x16’ equipment trailer, been nothing but amazing since I’ve installed them. Hauled thousands of pounds since and with minor greasing and normal maintenance they’ve been great.



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Welds looked good however the assembler failed to rotationally align the weld on spindle/brake mounts properly. One was about 3 degrees off and the other side was an 9.5 degrees from the 12 oclock position. Not sure about the thickness of the tube. Kind of strange to look at when the top of the brake system is not at 12 oclock. Found this after I removed the spring pads on this 2.1 degree camber axle so I had to jig the tube to fine zero toe to locate the new pads as the 2.1 camber tube changes wheel alignment depending on the bend/ springpad relationship. Not sure the AVG JOE is going to be able to move the spring pads when the brake mounts can't be used as a reliable ref point. If the toe is off from improper pad rotational location. the trailer will eat tires at best or worse cause a loss of controlled tracking and someone could get get killed.



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So far performing well. Have not been able to use trailer yet as much as I wanted to, don't use the grease nipples. Its easy to regrease without.



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Everything is working perfect with that replacement axle. I have definitely put it to the test a lot of miles with a lot of weight. Very highly recommended.



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The box carrying the axle was empty. You might want to protect the ends of the tube better so it doesn’t fall out during delivery.



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I haven’t installed the axle yet, but it looks to be pretty solid. Time will tell. Irrelevant to the axle, but I have to touch up some paint where UPS dropped it down on my concrete. Not a big deal though. It’s going to get beat up by road debris anyway.



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Very easy installation. Everything fit perfect.



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Always hair free when I buy from ev tra iler



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PaulaT was excellent in helping resolve a wrong axle issue. I ordered one too short, but she was able to fix me up.



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The mounts were 1/2 inch closer than advertised. I was able to persuade the springs inward to compensate. Good price and fast shipping.



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Received. Cannot use till all parts come



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Axle arrived fast, was exactly what I ordered and needed. Install went well with no problems.



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This is a high-quality, reasonably priced axle. It was delivered quickly to my home and installed easily.



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No issues with the bearings



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Fast shipping and fit perfectly!
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All good ,very well made Axl



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The axle was exactly what I ordered and showed up much quicker than I expected. I installed it in about an hour. Good quality. Having the wire for the brakes already ran inside the axle made it very easy to rewrite the brakes, nice feature.



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Worked great on my trailer.
It is a older
trailer and I needed to move the anchor points on the axel but that was not difficult to have done.
Axel works great.
I love the easy grease feature.



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Perfect fit shipped in great shape. No problems at all after a year running.


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  • Comparison of etrailer e73GR 6,000 Pound Axle and Dexter 6340624 5,200 Pound Axle
    The measurements on the # e73GR and Dexter # 6340624 are going to be the same. The hub-face-to-hub-face length is 95" and the spring-center-to-spring-center length is 80" on both. The inner diameter (ID) of the inner bearing on both is 1.75" and the ID of the outer bearing is 1.25". They also have easy lube spindles and a 5 bolt brake flange configuration. As you pointed out, they do have different weight capacities. The # e73GR has a weight capacity of 6,000 lbs and the # 6340624 has...
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  • What is the Physical Difference of a 5,200 lbs Axle and a 6,000 lbs Axle?
    The only physical difference of a 5,200 lbs axle item # e63GR and a 6,000 lbs axle item # e73GR is in the custom bend in the axle. This bend creates the zero camber angle for even road to tread contact. Both axles are 3" in diameter so they have the same thickness. As far as spindles go they both fit a item # 25580 inner bearing and a item # 15123 outer bearing.
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