Can Timbren Axle-Less Suspension System Work With Off-Road Tires?

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Im building a tear trailer. The frame is based on a 5x 10 foot floor. I would like to know if the 1200# Timbren Axle-less axle w/ 4 inch drop will be strong enough I also want to put OFF Road wheels and tires on the tear. Thanks

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There is a 2,000 lb capacity Timbren Axle-Less Suspension with 4" Drop Spindle # ASR2KHDS09, though not a 1,200 lb one. I am not certain what you are referring to in terms of "strong enough" but it will work with 3,500 lb rated hub and drum assemblies # 84546UC3-EZ as well as 3,500 lb brakes. If you were referring to your trailer being strong enough, if you do not have a crossmember above where you want to install the Timbren one will need to be added, or you can reinforce your trailer's frame by adding standard, 2-inch-square steel tubing using the built-in square holes on the pair of units.

The system was designed to be used with off-road tires; I've added a link to a video review of this system for you to take a look at.

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I would like to know which brake assembly works with 84546UC3-EZ Hub/Drum Assembly Which castor/wheel assembly works with the Ultimate Trailer Jack - A-Frame - Topwind - 27-1/2 Lift - 2,000 lbs

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The # 84546UC3-EZ hub and drum assemblies work with 10" brake assemblies; a great option would be the Electric Trailer Brake Kit # AKEBRK-35-SA, for which you'd need the Mounting Hardware for 10" Brake Assemblies # BRKH10B.

As for castor and wheel assembly for the Ultimate Trailer Jack - A-Frame - Topwind # 322-RDJ-2K I recommend using the Removable, 6" Caster # JC-102. I've added links to video reviews of each of these products for you.

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