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Old 10-07-2013, 12:17 PM   #21
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Well, the sky is not falling. I did crawl under the trailer with a tape and straight edge and determined that the bend is in the approximate center of the axle. I then called Dexter and found that indeed this bend is put in the axle after assembly to achieve a proper camber.
Thank you all for your responses, but I'm embarrassed for not having done my research before reacting so precipitously. Mea Culpa
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Old 10-07-2013, 12:31 PM   #22
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t I'm embarrassed for not having done my research before reacting so precipitously. Mea Culpa
I'd be embarrassed to admit how many times I've done just the same. Glad it all worked out in the end.
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Well, the sky is not falling. I did crawl under the trailer with a tape and straight edge and determined that the bend is in the approximate center of the axle. I then called Dexter and found that indeed this bend is put in the axle after assembly to achieve a proper camber.
Thank you all for your responses, but I'm embarrassed for not having done my research before reacting so precipitously. Mea Culpa
Hey, No need to be embarrassed. You learned something new and valuable about your trailer. What you saw didn't look right so you took the appropriate action by checking it out here and elsewhere. There is from time to time some inaccurate information disseminated here (maybe even by me)(I doubt that part though), so always check it all out. I'm glad all is well.

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