Inside our 2000 lb Single Axle TK Trailer Kit:
- 1 – 2k TK Idler Axle (61″ Hubface, 46″ Spring Center, 4×4.4″ Bolt Pattern)
- 2 – 1k 25.25″ 3 Leaf Double Eye Springs
- 2 – 1k U-Bolt Kits
- 1 – Double Eye Hanger Kit
- 2 – 13″ 6 ply Radial TWA 175/80R13 (Tire Wheel Assemblies)
- Wheel style may vary
Things to keep in mind when purchasing your 2K TK Trailer Kit
If you’re in the market for a Trailer Kit, chances are you have a good grasp on exactly what you want to be doing. Whether you are repairing, upgrading or building a trailer, it is important to keep a few things in mind when purchasing your 2K TK Trailer Kit and what supplier you are getting from.
- First and foremost, you have to consider your urgency. How fast do you actually need this; it is important to know whether or not the company you choose to buy from has it in stock and if so, how long it will take to get it to you.
- Secondly, consider your usage and frequency. What am I going to be using it for, and how often. This will help determine whether you need the most costly and reliable brand, or if you can afford to get a more cost effective, but still high quality option. To further this, it is important you are properly choosing your total undercarriage capacity.
- Above all, remember that your TK Trailer Kit is the foundation of your trailer and can mean the difference between a running business and trailer that is stuck on the side of the road.
In conclusion, time is money, especially if you are using your trailer for business, so when it comes to getting an axle, choosing the right supplier is extremely important.
Do’s and Don’ts when purchasing your 2K TK Trailer Kit
There are many Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to purchasing your TK Trailer Kit, but for simplicity, we will be outlining the top 3
- Make sure you get accurate and precise measurements on your axle. This is especially important if you using this kit to replace a preexisting trailer. Ordering the wrong axle size will cost you time and money
- Do not underestimate what you are going to be using your trailer for. Always lean towards the higher capacity if you’re ever unsure. Bending an axle or having to upgrade your undercarriage will cost much more than doing it right the first time.
- Think about your tires. Contemplate upgrading to a larger tire or a higher ply rating for higher usage rates. We always recommend getting a spare.