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Re: New Kaufman trailer. Very Disappointed.

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07-18-2012 04:11:01

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this problem should be solvable if you can figure out just what it is, most of the time, its either alxes out of alignment or wheel balance, there are some cheap junk tires out there today and a manufacture will use whatever they can buy cheapest, also a bent wheel can cause that too, but before you get to that have you pulled the trailer with a truck with a different wheelbase? i had a trailer years ago that would do that but only when pulled by a 4 door chevy with a 8 foot bed, there was something about the trucks wheelbase and the distance from the trucks rear axle to the trailers front axle that made it buck, it would only do it with that 1 truck no other

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07-23-2012 17:04:38

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 Re: New Kaufman trailer. Very Disappointed. in reply to ericlb, 07-18-2012 04:11:01  
the distance from the trucks rear axle to the trailers front is not going to change with different trucks

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07-18-2012 04:53:24

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 Re: New Kaufman trailer. Very Disappointed. in reply to ericlb, 07-18-2012 04:11:01  
I agree. The only problem is that i need new wheels and tires which looks to be $1k for decent ones. Maybe money too if axles are out. So yes you can fix about anything just cant believe i need to do this to a trailer with less than 2000 miles on it.

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07-18-2012 17:38:35

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 Re: New Kaufman trailer. Very Disappointed. in reply to FordManiac, 07-18-2012 04:53:24  
something to think on, might do some investigating ,park the trailer on hard level ground, jack up 1 wheel at a time on the trailer, stand a large deep socket upright next to the tire almost touching it, slowly rotate the wheel/tire as you watch the distance between the socket and the wheel/tire assembly mark the worst one , then do it again only with the socket in front of the tire tread, again watch the distance between the socket and the tire tread, i almost gaurentee this will find you something, all tires are out of round a little, but you will be able to spot anything big this way and narrow it down, , may only need 1 wheel or tire replaced,indecently when you jack up the wheel, if it rotates by itself without any help, that unit is very much out of balance, you just found 1 of the problems

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