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

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Prevent uneven wear on your RV tires and get a smoother, more stable ride by properly aligning your trailer's axle with this kit. This kit also lets you raise your trailer or RV so you can tow with a tall or lifted truck. No-drill installation. Great Prices for the best trailer suspension parts from RV Ride Control. Correct Track Trailer Alignment and Lift Kit - Single Axle part number LC87120 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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RV Ride Control Trailer Suspension Parts - LC87120

  • Alignment and Lift Kits
  • Boat Trailer
  • Camper
  • Car Hauler
  • Snowmobile Trailer
  • Utility Trailer
  • Slipper Springs - 2 Inch
  • Single Axle
  • RV Ride Control

Prevent uneven wear on your RV tires and get a smoother, more stable ride by properly aligning your trailer's axle with this kit. This kit also lets you raise your trailer or RV so you can tow with a tall or lifted truck. No-drill installation.


Features:

  • Corrects a misaligned axle and lifts trailer for level towing
    • Improves the life of your tires and creates a more stable ride
    • Provides extra clearance so you can tow with your tall or lifted vehicle
  • Lets you move axle up to 1/2" forward or 1/2" rearward for proper alignment
    • Adjusts in 1/4" increments
  • Raises trailer height by 1-1/4" or 2-1/4"
  • Works with your existing leaf spring suspension system
    • Brackets attach to hangers and supply new, lower mounting point for springs, which results in a taller ride height
    • Alignment correction plates mount on either side of hangers to shift axle placement
  • Includes 4 suspension plates, 8 alignment correction plates, and the hardware needed for installation
    • No drilling required
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: single-axle trailers and RVs with double-eye leaf spring suspensions
    • Minimum required distance from I-beam to spring mounting hole on hanger: 2-5/8"
    • Works with 3" wide x 3-3/4" tall hangers or 3" wide x 5" tall hangers and leaf springs up to 2" wide
  • Plate length: 4-1/4"
  • 90-Day warranty


Note: This does not work with MORryde CRE3000 equalizers.


Raise Your Trailer's Ride Height

Newer trucks are being built to ride higher. This means that your trailer may have to be raised to match. If the two aren't the same height at the connection point, the nose of your trailer or RV is going to ride too high. This will put too much weight on the rear of your trailer, which can result in poor handling and may eventually cause damage.


The Correct Track helps to solve this problem by lifting your trailer or RV 1-1/4" or 2-1/4", which provides a level towing setup for taller trucks. This added lift is also great for 5th-wheel trailers that might have trouble clearing tall pickup bed side rails.


Correct Misaligned Axles and Suspension

If the tires on your RV or trailer are wearing down quickly and prematurely, there's a good chance your axle is out of alignment. Driving with a misaligned axle for long periods of time will shorten the life of your tires, reduce your gas mileage, and can make it difficult to steer your rig. A misaligned axle is often caused by an imbalance of weight, which can result from simply using the slide-out on your 5th wheel or having heavy appliances positioned on one side.


The Correct Track integrates into your trailer's suspension system and shifts the axle back into proper alignment. This kit allows you to adjust the axle alignment by 1/4" increments for a properly aligned suspension. It will correct your RV or trailer's alignment whether the axle needs to be moved forward or backward.



9005934 Correct Track Trailer Alignment and 1-1/4" or 2-1/4" Lift Kit - Single Axle

Installation Details LC87120 Installation instructions



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

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

Prevent uneven wear on your RV tires and get a smoother, more stable ride by properly aligning your trailer's axle with this kit. This kit also lets you raise your trailer or RV so you can tow with a tall or lifted truck. No-drill installation.

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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.



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All the parts are quality made, but I had to replace the axle and didn't need to use the Correct Track Trailer Alignment and Lift Kit.



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Great customer service from beginning to delivery.



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Good product, but even better customer service from etrailer. During installation, I realized 4 of the brackets in the sealed box were incorrect. With both axles dropped and our family leaving on vacation in a week, etrailer rep contacted the manufactured and had the correct parts in my hand in just a few days. Thanks for the great service!!



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These have been on the camper for about a year and are working great. The only modification I made was to weld the top of the correct track to the spring perches after installation, as they moved just slightly and I wanted to be sure they did not.



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This is the greatest product to align trailer axles. I have noticed that it is becoming standard on newer trailers. If you have never checked your axle alignment for a tandem setup then you might be off. My new trailer in 2014 was off a full 1 1/2 inches. This is for a friend's trailer that is off so much you can't put your hand between the tires. This is a "MUST" have.



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I was very impressed with the customer service provided by Ashley E. at etrailer concerning a recent order. She kept a tab on the status of an item that was on indefinate backorder, and made sure I received it as soon as it could be delivered, keeping me informed via email and phone calls. thank you so much Ashley!!



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Good concept ..........easy enough to install.......... Missing bolts, some of the Slots for bolts needed to be Filed before installation.............Expected more Quality Control for that kind of money and only 6# of iron. Also the bolts are only Grade #5 and not the normal grade #8 of other shackle bolts.



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The product itself was good once I was able to find the appropriate bolts.
6 of the bolts were too short to use
I had to purchase 6 bolts and nuts from a specialty tire shop.
At a additional cost of $39.99, plus drive time.
Also, the package did not come with any directions.



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Great product.


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