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  • Parts for Lugged Hubs on a Mobile Home Axle with 15123 inner and 25880 Outer Bearings
  • It sounds like you have a spindle that uses the Inner Trailer Hub Bearing, item # 25580, that has a 1.750 inch inner diameter. The outer # 15123 bearing has a 1.250 inch inner diameter. I would check the seal surface on the spindle to be sure that it matches the # RG06-070 seal inner diameter of 2.250 inches. Many times mobile home axles use non- standard parts so careful measurement of all of the parts is required. If all of these dimensions match, then you will need to determine whether...
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  • Comparing Reese, Pro Series, and CURT 16K Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitches
  • Reese is a leader in the towing industry and we sell more Reese hitches than any other brand. It is height adjustable from 14-1/2 to 18 inches. The jaw on the Reese hitch is a double jaw style. This is a safe and secure style. Only the single hook is considered to be better. It has a double pivot head. The next step down is the Pro Series hitch, # PS30855. This is a very economical hitch aimed at the first-time 5th wheel trailer owner. It is height adjustable from 13 inches to 17 inches...
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  • Where is the Brake Controller Port Located on a 2005 GMC Yukon Denali
  • The brake controller port on your 2005 GMC Yukon Denali will be located in the black junction box, which is under the dashboard and to the left of your steering column, right above the carpet. The plug in point will be the second port from the left, on the top row. I have included a link to instructions for a brake control wiring adapter # 3015-P that plugs in at this same point, if needed. If you do not already have a brake controller, I would recommend the Prodigy # 90185,...
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  • How to Determine What Pin Box is on a 5th Wheel Trailer for Picking out a Sidewinder
  • There should be a sticker or a stamping on the OEM pin box of the 2003 Fleetwood Prowler 275 CKS that will list the number pin box that is on the trailer. If you cannot find the number you can use the measurements of the bolt holes of the pin box to determine which one you have. I attached an FAQ on how to do this for you to check out also. Once you figure out which pin box you have you can check the FAQ I attached that has a chart that shows the correct Sidewinder to get based on...
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  • Weight Distribution and Sway Controller Recommendation for a 2005 GMC Yukon XL Denali
  • Based on the excellent information you have given me, I estimate about 8,500 to 9,000 pounds total. What I want to focus on is all of the weight that will be behind the rear axle of the 2005 GMC Yukon Denali. So we can subtract 230 pounds for you, a 120 pound wife, 260 pounds of kids and dogs. The gear, water, gas I assume will be in the cargo area of the Yukon or on the trailer so that is still factored in. That puts the total behind the rear axle at about 8,000 pounds. Trailer tongue...
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  • 2005 Chevy Silverado 12 Volt Trailer Battery Wire for a 7-Way RV Connector
  • In the under hood accessory fuse block there are two power posts on the engine side of the block. The post closest to the front of the truck should have a wire connected to it that runs back to the factory trailer connector and provides 12 volt power at the 1:00 position as you have stated. If there is not a wire present at this location, you may need to run a 10 gauge wire and splice it into the black wire at the back of the vehicle to provide power. If the wire is there, you should...
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  • Lube Plate Recommendation for a B&W 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • There is a lube plate you can use with B&W 5th wheel hitches but Lippert lube plate # LC286160 is just a smidge too large for B&W hitches. Instead you can use the Reese lube plate # RP83002 which has a 10 inch diameter. I have linked a video review of it for you.
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  • Plumbling Hydraulic Brake Lines for Tri Axle Boat Trailer
  • Although I don't have a diagram for a tri-axle trailer, I do have one for a tandem. If you refer to the photo, you would plumb the brake lines as shown, but would add the additional lines and tees for an extra axle. Here's the part numbers of the items shown in the photo. (A) 12-27/32" Long flexible hose ( # T0777300) (B) 18-25/32" Long flexible hoses ( # T0776500) (C)19' Long steel line ( # T4336000) (D) 66" Long steel lines ( # T1086600) (E) 30" Long steel line...
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  • Replacement 7-Way Trailer Connector for 2005 GMC Sierra 2500 Series
  • The 7-Way US Replacement Connector, # PK11893, will fit on your 2005 GMC 2500. If your mounting bracket was bent or damaged we carry the Mounting Bracket for 7-Way, # 18138, as well. You might want to consider the OEM Style 7-Way and 4-Way Trailer Connector, # HM40975, which will allow the use of 7-Way and 4-Way wiring with no additional adapters.
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  • Replacement Driver Side Heated Electric Mirror for 2005 GMC Yukon Denali
  • I have spoken with my CIPA representative, who has confirmed that their # CM27352 is indeed the correct black driver side heated electric replacement mirror for a 2005 GMC Yukon Denali. It will also fit regular Yukon models factory-equipped with the heated electric mirrors.
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  • Is it Possible to Adjust Jaws on Curt Q16 5th Wheel Hitch
  • I spoke with my contact at Curt about your Curt Q16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, part # C16120, and he said a little play is to be expected in order for the pin to rotate freely. So the jaws should not fit too tightly around the king pin. The jaws are operated by springs. The first time you used your 5th wheel hitch the springs may have been a little stiff. By the second time you used the 5th wheel you likely loosened up the springs and the jaws, resulting in the play you noticed. Also if...
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  • What Size Bolts are Used to Install the Draw Tite Hitch part # 24913
  • The fasteners that are used to attach the Hitch part # 24913 that you referenced are M12 x 1.25 35 CL8.8. It looks like you would need four of them. Hitch installation hardware is designed for one time use. It's actually a good thing your current bolts aren't working since they were designed to be torqued only once. You may have to clean your current weldnuts out as they have a tendency to get corrosion in them. Check out the FAQ article I attached to the right for more info on how...
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  • What Size Hole is Needed for Installation of 2 inch Round Trailer Clearance Light MC53RB
  • You will need to cut a 2-5/16 inch mounting hole for installation of the 2 inch Round Flush Mount Grommet, item # A54GB, and the Sealed, 2 inch Round Trailer Clearance and Side Marker Light, item # MC53RB. The proper wiring pigtail for this light is the Two Wire Pigtail, # A46PB.
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  • Recommended Retrofit Kit For SnowBear Winter Wolf Snowplow
  • I recommend for your application the Retrofit Kit for SnowBear Winter Wolf Snowplows - 2 Point Hitch Mount # SB324-120 enables you to use your 2 point mounted SnowBear Winter Wolf snowplow with a single front mount trailer hitch receiver. We will not only match but beat any competitor price on the same item in stock. I've linked the page to our lowest price pledge for you.
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  • Electric Brake Wire Location on a 2005 GMC Savana Van
  • The electric brake wire on the 2005 GMC Savana Van models would be connected in one of two ways. If your van came equipped with a factory 7-Way, then the blue brake wire is already ran from the 7-Way plug in the back of the vehicle and up into the cab. You would not make a connection in the rear of the vehicle. The wire would be located under the dash, near the emergency brake pedal. You will need to hard wire to install a brake controller, as the 2005 Savana vans should not have...
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  • Curt Class V Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2005 GMC Sierra 2500 Long Bed
  • I checked with Curt and they list trailer hitch # C15312 as a fit for a 2005 GMC Sierra 2500 or 3500, 8 foot bed with factory cutout bumper only. If your truck does not have the factory cutout bumper then I recommend # C15703 (2-1/2 inch receiver opening). If the truck has the 10 inch deep drop cowboy bumper then I recommend # C15313.
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  • Front Mount Trailer Hitch Options for a 2005 GMC Sierra 1500 LD
  • For a 2005 GMC Sierra 1500LD (light duty) you can use either Curt front mount # 31302 or Draw-Tite # 65023. I have linked the instructions for both of these hitches for you to view. We show # 65028 as only fitting the HD models.
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  • Replacement Wheel Stud Recommendation for a Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-219-4UC3
  • The replacement studs for your Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-219-4UC3 that you referenced are 1/2 inch part # RG03-040. All three hubs you referenced will use this as a replacement stud.
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  • How To Convert A Torsion Axle To An Axle-Less Or Straight Axle System
  • I do have a few options available for you however, we currently do not sell torsion axles. You have two options to consider for your trailer, the Timbren axle-less suspension and the Dexter straight axles. As you have a gross trailer weight (GTW) of 3,000 lbs. I recommend using a 3,500 lb setup. The Timbren System will provide you with a much easier method for converting from torsion springs in addition to containing fewer components. I recommend the Timbren Axle-Less Trailer Suspension...
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  • Brake Controller Quit Working On 2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD
  • I would check the power distribution box under the hood of your 2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD . The box is located under the hood and on the inside of the drivers side fender. Remove the cover, and locate the two auxiliary power posts on the inboard side of the box. The post closest to the rear of the vehicle should have a red wire attached to it. Next to this post in the fuse box there should be a green 30 amp fuse installed. If the fuse is not installed or is blown, or this red wire is not...
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  • How to Determine the Correct Replacement Grease Cap for a 2003 Bayliner 212
  • The main difference between the grease caps, # RG04-080 and # DC250L-DCRP, is that the RG04-080 is for EZ lube axles and DC250L-DCRP is for standard axles. I have created a short video for you showing where to measure on your hub to determine the correct size grease cap. If you measure and determine that these caps will work for you, then I would recommend using the RG04-080 if you have EZ lube spindles with a grease zerk in the end of the spindle. Keep in mind that you will want...
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  • Blue Ox BedSaver for Pro Series 16K 5th Wheel Slider Trailer Hitch
  • I checked with Blue Ox and the BedSaver listed for the Pro Series 16K slider hitch # PS30857 is model BXR4104. This hitch bolts onto where the "legs" bolt to the hitch center piece so drilling is not required.
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  • Which Reese Weight Distribution System for a 22 Foot Travel Trailer with a GVRW of 6060 Pounds
  • Given that the GVWR represents the maximum your trailer plus its contents can weigh, we can make a pretty good guesstimate of its tongue weight. You can confirm the tongue weight for yourself by using the information provided in the article I've linked for you. Be sure to include the weight of any cargo carried behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle as tongue weight. Given your 6060 lb GVWR, depending on how cargo is loaded, we can take a percentage of the gross trailer weight when...
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  • Weight Distribution Recommendation for a 2005 GMC Yukon Denali Towing an 8,000 Pound Trailer
  • In order to choose the correct weight distribution system, you will need to know the tongue weight when loaded and ready to tow. The tongue weight includes the tongue weight of the trailer AND anything loaded in the tow vehicle that is behind the rear axle. There are a couple of ways to determine tongue weight. You can use a tongue weight scale, # 5780. I have included a link to a video demonstration of the scale for you. There are a couple of other methods and I have included a link...
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  • Brake Controller Wiring Harness for 2005 Chevy Trailblazer
  • The part you were looking at, # 3015-S, will not work with your 2005 Chevy Trailblazer EXT. If you have the factory 7-way towing wiring, the wires will be taped up under the dash to some other wiring with either a piece of white or blue tape. There will not be a connector on these wires and they will need to be spliced to the brake controller wires. A circuit tester, part # 3808, will be needed to be sure the proper connections have been made and the vehicle wiring is functional. If...
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  • Parts Needed for a 2005 GMC Canyon to Activate Trailer Brakes
  • The first thing you are going to need to activate the trailer lights and brakes on your trailer is a 4-way. For that you will want a Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector # C55510. This product is what is used to control the tail lights of your trailer. Next you will need to convert the 4-way to a 7-way so that you can activate the brakes of your trailer. For that you will need a Universal Installation Kit 4-way to 7-way # ETBC7. This comes with everything...
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  • Does Towing Capacity of 2005 GMC Yukon Increase If Air Bag Kit is Installed on Rear Axle
  • Adding a set of Air Lift rear-axle air springs # AL60769, or any other rear-axle suspension helper kit, to your 2005 GMC Yukon will not increase the vehicle's tow rating. That will remain at the capacity determined by GMC based on the specific complement of engine, transmission and differential. Whatever your owner's manual says remains the towing capacity even if a suspension helper kit is installed. If your concern is rear-end sag when the trailer is hitched then the best solution...
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  • 2005 GMC Yukon Sags When Towing, Even When Using Weight Distribution
  • Let's begin with the basics. In order for a weight distribution system to work correctly, the existing vehicle suspension needs to be in good condition. Then, you'll need to ensure you have the correct system for the tongue weight of your trailer. To choose a weight distribution system, you'll need to first determine the fully loaded and ready to tow tongue weight of your trailer. To that figure, add the weight of any gear stowed in the cargo area of the SUV or truck bed behind the rear...
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  • Front Mount Trailer Hitch for a 2005 GMC Yukon Denali
  • If your 2005 GMC Yukon XL Denali is a 1500 then yes, Draw-Tite front mount hitch # 65023 will fit. If you have a 2500 then you would need to use # 65028. If your Yukon is not an XL model hitch # 65023 will still fit but you will likely have to trim the front air dam to accommodate the hitch. I have linked the installation instructions for you.
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  • Where to Find Third Brake Light Circuit for Truck Camper Shell Third Brake Light
  • The main trailer wiring harness is located under the truck bed, usually above the spare tire. There is usually a socket for your trailer connector to plug into, but if you peel back the wire loom you will find a light blue wire further up in the wiring harness that is intended for use for a third brake lamp on a camper shell. I attached a couple pics to help you see where the wire is at.
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