Originally Posted by BoyJeenyus
Quick question: any reason not to just pull the front wheels up onto a ramp to unweight the back axle, replace the back axle, then repeat with the front one? Or is it necessary for some reason to jack the entire trailer up and do them both at once? The one-at-a-time option seems simpler as I imagine this replacement.
10Smiles, I did ship to a commercial address, but without a bay or anything. I have very easy access to one. I'm not sure what the shipping would have been to a private one.
The only reason I can think of is the alignment process. I triangulated each axle to the center point of the coupler socket, and then made sure that the axles were perfectly parallel to each other as well. It took quite a bit of back and forth to get everything within 1/16".
With one axle double loaded and the other unloaded I'd be concerned that the measurements were not accurate.