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Expert Answers about Hyundai Trailer Hubs and Drums


  • What are the Torque Specs for a Trailer that Used Wheel Bolts Instead of Lug Nuts
  • I spoke with our resident tire and wheel expert and he said that for wheel bolts you will just follow the same torque specs as you would for a lug nut of the same size. Take a look at the chart I have included with lug nut torque specs. Based on your hub, tire, and wheel sizes you likely have 1/2 inch wheel bolts. For 1/2 inch torque them to 75-85 foot pounds. If they are not 1/2 inch then follow the included chart.
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  • Parts Needed to Add Electric Brakes to Triple Crown ATV Trailer w/ 3500 lb Axle
  • Actually, we have an FAQ article that specifically addresses this. You can see the article by clicking the provided link. You'll need to choose a hub/drum that uses the same inner and outer bearing as your existing idler hub, and the hub/drum would need to have the same bolt pattern as you existing hub so you can use the same wheels and the hub you choose would need to be compatible with your existing wheel diameter. Your axle will need to have the brake mounting flange to provide an...
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  • Replacement Hub for Bearings 68149 and L44649 on Square Axle
  • Based on the bearing numbers you provided, your axle capacity is either 2,000 lbs or 3,500 lbs; there is no set capacity for square axles based on dimensions. We do have a hub and drum assembly from Titan which may work for you, as it has the bearings you mentioned and is 8.5 inches. The Titan Complete Hub-and-Drum Assembly - Hydraulic Brakes - 8-1/2" # T1544500042 is for a 5 on 4-1/2 wheel bolt pattern and fits wheels that are 10" - 15"; if you do not know your wheel bolt pattern I've...
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  • Will There Be Sufficient Clearance To Mount Kenda Tire and Wheel # AM3S870
  • I walked out to our warehouse and pulled the Kenda Tire and Wheel, part # AM3S870. I measured from the back of the mounting flange on the wheel to the edge of the tire. I shot a video showing these measurements for you to checkout. I have also linked an FAQ on trailer tires.
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