To my knowledge there is no adjustment. Without seeing the condition of your trailer, I'm going to assume the axle is junk.
Time to call or stop by the trailer outlet (Tilton NH)for a galvanized axle and tire upgrade .Proline also does this service by appointment in Milton NHMy plan is to pull sideways on it to see what happens. I'm suspecting that the rubber inside has deteriorated and allowed the inner tube to move. The outer tube itself is straight. I've had this trailer since last year, never had an issue before, and it has never seen any trauma.
That appears to be overloaded to me... Bent is also likely.My plan is to pull sideways on it to see what happens. I'm suspecting that the rubber inside has deteriorated and allowed the inner tube to move. The outer tube itself is straight. I've had this trailer since last year, never had an issue before, and it has never seen any trauma.
Definitely overloaded then... You're at max capacity with the wet weight of the SxS it seems.Dry weight is 1653lbs. With fuel, spare, storage case I might be at 1800. Overloaded for the axle or tires? View attachment 2033599
Took some dimensions to price an axle.
Everything seems good and tight.
It's a v-nose, not a hybrid.From what I've seen the hybrid usually has a 3k axle.
Can't quite see the numbers but it looks like the GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) is 2980 lbs......? So you have right at 2000 lbs capacity for total cargo weight. The SxS plus some ramps and tools and such would put it over GVWR.It's a v-nose, not a hybrid.
As stated in my original post, the left wheel is toed out 1/4" front to back. The tire was severely worn on the inside edge. Right side is fine.
Below is the placard. I appreciate the help, comments, and ideas.
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You would be amazed to see how much these tube axles bend on a double axle trailer in a tight turn!The bend is normal, but I would guess that it would flatten out when overloaded, causing the tires to ride on the inside.