Trailer Cargo Capacities and Load Distributions

Trailers have a calculated optimum weight capacity, which is usually indicated on the trailer, as well as its manuals as GVWR, which is an acronym for

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How to remove a bearing protector

The bearing protector is held in the hub by an interference fit. To remove one, lay a block of wood against the side of it and strike the wood with a hammer....

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The following map depicts the FedEx Ground service area that is currently available, and the approximate delivery times from our warehouse in Cypress, California U.S.A.   

Ground service to residential addresses (Home Delivery) in some major metropolitan areas is available Monday through Saturday. 

Ground service to business addresses is available Monday through Friday.

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How to Measure a Trailer Axle

The first thing one needs to know when choosing a trailer axle is the axle capacity required for your particular trailer. The capacity is basically determined by the smallest capacity of the components that make up the trailer, in other words, the weakest link in the chain. This particular chain includes the frame, axle, hubs, spindles, bearings, tires, wheels, springs and all hardware (among other things). Here are the instructions for measuring some of the various components:
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