Muskie Discussion Forums

Forums | Calendars | Albums | Quotes | Language | Blogs Search | Statistics | User Listing
You are logged in as a guest. ( logon | register )
Moderators: Slamr

View previous thread :: View next thread
Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [30 messages per page]

Muskie Fishing -> Muskie Boats and Motors -> quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..
 
Message Subject: quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..
VMS
Posted 4/10/2019 8:57 PM (#935161)
Subject: quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..





Posts: 3088


Location: Oakdale, Minnesota
Hiya!!

Trailer I have is a 2003 single axle rangertrail trailer without brakes.

Considering adding them, but dilemma is that my axle has both inner and outer bearings the same size (1-3/8" straight spindle). Axle has the mounting flange for brakes, so no issue there...its finding the correct hub to match my spindles...

So...question is this: For those of you who have around this vintage of trailer including brakes (single or dual axle)....does your axle with brakes have different bearing sizes (1-3/8 x 1/16...standard 1750 lb hub) or are they the same size bearings? I am assuming disk brakes and is a solid disk/hub with oil bath...
Thanks

Steve

Edited by VMS 4/17/2019 6:47 AM
Brian Hoffies
Posted 4/10/2019 9:43 PM (#935165 - in reply to #935161)
Subject: RE: quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..





Posts: 615


If you can't find your answers here check with Kraemer Spring. They are right off of Robert Street and Hwy 110 in West St. Paul.
Muskie Junkie
Posted 4/16/2019 12:56 PM (#935671 - in reply to #935161)
Subject: Re: quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..





Posts: 216


I just changed my oil bath bearings on a 2004 Ranger single axle trailer with disc brakes. The bearings were the same size. The link attached is what I bought. I don't recall what size they are but definitely the same size for the inboard vs the outboard bearing.

Steve
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/e11401.m43.l9264/7?euid=648d719e392b4...
Dave T.
Posted 4/21/2019 9:05 AM (#936012 - in reply to #935161)
Subject: Re: quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..





Posts: 439


I have no idea Steve, just wanted to say hey.

im usually the one looking for answers here! whats going on?? :p
benvcarlson
Posted 4/21/2019 2:55 PM (#936032 - in reply to #935161)
Subject: RE: quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..




Posts: 14


VMS - 4/10/2019 8:57 PM

So...question is this: For those of you who have around this vintage of trailer including brakes (single or dual axle)....does your axle with brakes have different bearing sizes (1-3/8 x 1/16...standard 1750 lb hub) or are they the same size bearings? I am assuming disk brakes and is a solid disk/hub with oil bath...
Thanks

Steve


Yes my brake hubs use the same spindle and bearing as the idler hub. I think this is what you are looking for.

https://www.easternmarine.com/ufp-db-42-ranger-oil-bath-rotor-assemb...

Ranger has them cheaper and I believe they will sell you the whole kit.
VMS
Posted 4/21/2019 4:03 PM (#936037 - in reply to #936032)
Subject: RE: quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..





Posts: 3088


Location: Oakdale, Minnesota
Hiya,

Found them as well, but to change over to brakes, it's going to be expensive. I was really hoping to find a brake drum so I could go electric... I have not been successful with that route.

Steve
25homes
Posted 4/23/2019 7:24 AM (#936103 - in reply to #935161)
Subject: Re: quick question from anyone with early 2000's vintage rangertrail trailer..





Posts: 955


I have a 1999 Ranger dual axle trailer with surge disc brakes. The bearings are the same in all of them. Just a pain to change on the rear with the brakes. Ranger has two types of calipers mine are the ones that don't look like traditional calipers for disc brakes
Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [30 messages per page]
Jump to forum :
Search this forum
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread
Lake of the Woods Tourism

(Delete all cookies set by this site)