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Torsion axles #14582219 01/01/23 02:13 AM
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Right now I have a drop center torsion axle, if I replace it, does the new one need to be drop center as well or can it be straight?

Re: Torsion axles [Re: TGulley43] #14582531 01/01/23 02:34 PM
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I would say it depends on your boat, the drop is to keep the keel from hitting them axle. You need to think about how the boat (bow) loads at a steep ramp. If it's a custom trailer for the boat I'd probably go back with what it has


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