Originally Posted by 62overlander
You need to slow down a bit and think about your plan a little....
You don't just go into the axle store and say give me 74 axle. You need to have the right measurements to have it built for you. Travel trailers are not Ford trucks made by the thousands with a warehouses full of parts to serve their future needs. Things change in production from one year to the other, even month to month, so you need to match what your trailer has on it.
You "can" go to the original equipment manufacturer axle store, and get the proper axles, and many times with an upgrade in load capacity.
All that is needed is the trailer serial number.
I agree however, that if you wish to go with a brand "X" then careful measurements are a must, or else.