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Front/Center/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 4-1/4" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole

Front/Center/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 4-1/4" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole

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Hanger can be configured to work in the front, rear or center position to suspend your double-eye leaf spring or equalizer. Lowest Prices for the best trailer leaf spring suspension from Redline. Front/Center/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 4-1/4" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole part number E4139 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Redline Trailer Leaf Spring Suspension - E4139

  • Hangers
  • Spring Mounting Hardware
  • Double Eye Springs
  • 4-1/4 Inch Tall
  • Single Axle
  • Tandem Axle
  • Triple Axle
  • 9/16 Inch Diameter
  • Redline

Hanger can be configured to work in the front, rear or center position to suspend your double-eye leaf spring or equalizer.


Features:

  • Configured for use as front, center or rear hanger
    • Used as a rear hanger only in tandem and triple axle setups
  • Provides attachment point for leaf springs
    • Hanger suspends spring or equalizer from trailer frame
  • Fits 1-3/4" wide double-eye springs with 9/16" diameter eyes
  • Outside width of hanger is 2-5/16"
  • Works with 9/16" diameter bolt (sold separately)
  • Thickness of metal: 3/16"


Hanger Diagram



E4139 Front, Center or Rear Hanger for Double Eye Springs - 4-1/4" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole





Video of Front/Center/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 4-1/4" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole

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




Video Transcript for Redline Trailer Suspension - Leaf Spring Suspension - E4139 Review

Today, we're going to be taking a look at the front, center, or rear hanger, for double-eye springs. This hanger can be used as a front hanger on single axle applications, and it can be used as a front, center, or rear hanger, on tandem or triple axle applications. It's going to fit 1 3/4" wide double-eye springs with 9/16" diameter eyes. It does work with a 9/16" diameter bolt, hardware sold separately. The unit's made from a sturdy steel construction. It measures around 3/16" thick.

It is a weld-on application, so this will weld directly to the trailer frame. The height measurement for a hanger is taken from the center of the mount hold to the top of the hanger. The height for this particular one is going to give us a measurement of about 4 1/4". The overall length, looking at about 3". External width is about 2 5/6" to 2 3/8".

Internal width, it's going to measure about 1 7/8 to 1 15/16", and then the overall height of the unit, that's going to measure about 4 7/8" tall. Then the holes on the unit, again, have that diameter of 9/16". That's going to do it for today's look at the front, center, or rear hanger, for double-eye springs.


Customer Reviews

Front/Center/Rear Hanger for Double-Eye Springs - 4-1/4" Tall - 9/16" Bolt Hole - E4139

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (88 Customer Reviews)

Hanger can be configured to work in the front, rear or center position to suspend your double-eye leaf spring or equalizer.

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These were purchased to assist with raising a dual-axle travel trailer. They arrived well packaged, and looked to be well made.They took readily to welding, so there was no issue with inferior material. The attached images show them being welded side-by-side to the frame rail extensions, then the entire assembly attached to the main frame.


Comments
After a year and more than six thousand miles under our 30 foot fifth-wheel, these show no sign of degradation. At this point, Ive quit worrying about them, and just keep rolling. Thanks, etrailer!
Nathan - 04/26/2021


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kyle was super friendly and helpful in assisting with all my questions and concerns. my order was perfect and came in a timely manner.



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Honestly don’t know about the shackle hanger yet but I feel fairly certain it will do the trick. However, delivery and customer service have been excellent!!



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My husband was very pleased with the ha ngers.



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Great place to deal with, fast shipping, extensive emails, and they have the product. need this extra long spring hanger and they were the only ones I could find that had it. Rebuilding a tow behind dump trailer.



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Heavy duty well built straight bends welded nicely. Quality product


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This is a quality product that goes on straight and true no binding thick and sturdy
Larry - 03/17/2021


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Parked in the middle of the Mojave desert I noticed that the wheels and tires on one side of my old Crusader travel trailer were quite close together, within about two inches of touching each other. On further inspection the welds on the rear axle spring hanger had failed, leaving 2, 5" pieces of strap steel hanging on the leaf spring. Was trying to figure out a fix without calling a mobile welding outfit, when I entered "travel trailer spring shackle" on my Verizon tablet, and There you and the exact piece of steel I needed were. Had no idea that it was Such a common part. Cleaned up the frame with a grinder and drilled two Holes. Two grade 8 nuts, bolts and lock washers. Saved about 15 times the Cost of the part and shipping. Bravo!!



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When I disassembled my springs and shackles to replace the worn items I discovered my hangers were not worn at all. I completed my rebuild of the suspension and had some welding done on the frame that Terry did not complete back in 1996. I ended up using the hangers as barter for a portion of the frame rework. The suspension parts I used from you folks fit and worked as expected and we took our 1996Tterry 5W to Texas this spring and had a good time. Thank You, Jim Ferry Thornville, Ohio



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This product will solve a lot of problems on leveling fifth wheel



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Quick delivery and just what I ordered



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Thank you for all the help on the phone to get the right bracket hanger.


Comments
Product has preformed well no issues
Darron M - 10/25/2020


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Perfect fit and no one else had this specific size needed to match my trailer. I would purchase again if the other side breaks an ear off (let's hope not)



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Everything arrived in a timely manner and was well-packaged. My only disappointment was not being able to purchase 4-1/4" front hanger brackets in a kit. I was forced to purchase the kit with 3-1/4" brackets and order the 4-1/4" brackets separately.



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The hanger on my trailer was separating from frame. After torching off the old hanger, welding in a support plate- this was a simple replacement. Still holding up well 1 year later.



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Love this store! Thank you so much for the parts!!!



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I try to purchase local when I can but the local trailer places charge from 2 to 4 times what I can get parts from etrailer. So I come to etrailer for all my trailer parts. Service is great and shipping it quick for items in stock. I currently have a few things on backorder that are taking some time.



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Thanks for getting me out of a jam. Had 2 days to fix my trailer before I left for vacation. I ordered early afternoon and had it the next morning by 7 am. Thanks for all your help



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Good product. I needed to lift our 38 foot fifth wheel about an inch and replaced the 3 inch mounts with these 4 inch and accomplished our goal.



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I have had good luck with the products I’ve been buying for the last few years. I fabricate trailers, etc. and have been going by type of material and measurements. So far all parts ordered have worked.



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The previous owner had to short of a hanger on the equipment trailer and the axles are hitting the frame. The distance from the frame to the top of the axles was 1 1/2 inches.



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I purchased two of these to replace the hangers that broke on my 5th wheel. The are exact replacements for the originals.



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Great product worked perfect for replacement on tandem axle trailer. Had a spring perch broken.



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Item received was exactly as described and pictured. The delivery was quick and we are pleased with our experience.


Comments
We have replaced three of these hangers on the rear axle of our triple axle toy hauler over the past few years. I originally thought it may be a weight issue, but have eliminated that as a possibility. When we ordered this last hanger, the metal fabricator who welded this in place for us offered an expert opinion on why these hangers have all failed at basically the same point on the hanger the curve at the top of the U-shape. He said it appears they are manufactured from molding a u-shape hanger from a flat piece of steel. The bend points on the U create failure points as the steel is weakened during the molding process. When you put torsion stress on the hanger when turning the RV, the stress from the wheels is all focused on the hanger and the weakest point is compromised and fails. All three of our failures have occurred at the same point on the hanger. He said the only solution would be to cast the hanger as one u-shape too expensive for the manufacturer or to reinforce the hangers so that the stress torsion that occurs when turning the RV is spread out across the entire suspension. So he manufactured for us a cross-member between opposing hangers to transfer the stress evenly between both sides during sharp turns. So far 14 months and a 15k journey from FL to Washington state, up through Canada and across to Minnesota, back to FL with no issues. We encountered many a rough road and sharp turns with no issues. I can provide pics if requested.
LEWIS M - 04/03/2020



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Perfect match, and the info on the website helped me get the spacing right (factory hangers weren't welded on right so the springs were always cocked)


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Hi Patrick, still happy as a clam with my order. I took an old camper trailer frame and cut it down to make a canoe kayak trailer. Your info on the web site and parts helped A LOT. We have used the trailer several times. Good stuff. I have 5 trailers, yall are my go to place for parts.
-- comment by: Jeffrey - 04/03/2014


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The product itself is excellent, unfortunately somewhere the incorrect label was placed on 2 inch wide spring hangers and the correct appllicationfor the part number is 1-3/4". E-trailer is correcting and providing a shipping label to return the others. Slight delay but sometimes that stuff happens. No worries. The free shipping on $150 orders make up for a lot on heavy parts.


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