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    So its been 3 years now that I got my new trailer. I ordered from Loadmaster with a Torsion axle. This is my first torsion axle and I dont know when it is due to be replaced. As you can see in the pics it has some significant rust on it. I rinse after evey trip but I also fish every week so its seen some use. Is it time for a new axle?Click image for larger version

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    -Raul
    from Tampa, FL

    :::Under Construction:::
    1985 Mako 254 - Twin Suzuki 200s in the future
    http://forum.classicmako.com/forum/c...rglass-squot-s

    1987 Mako 171 Angler - 2017 Suzuki 115
    http://forum.classicmako.com/forum/c...ngler-splashed

    1987 Mako 21B - 2013 Suzuki 150 4 stroke For Sale Soon

  • #2
    I am by no means a trailer expert, but it sure looks close to needing it to me. I would be nervous everytime I hit a bump.

    Current
    '76 Mako 25 w/ '03 300 Yamaha HPDI
    Previous
    '85 Mako 21B w/ '94 225 yamaha
    '73 Mako 19 w/ '96 112spl Evinrude
    Brick, NJ

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    • #3
      Something wrong there I have a 2006 owens and sons trailer with triple torsion Axles Pretty much all saltwater and rinse in the lake when i get it home mine don't have a speck of rust on them

      1983 Mako 254/1999 Sport Nautique GT-40/1997 Sea Doo GSi/ 1984 Surf Jet

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      • #4
        Z-man there's a huge difference between rinsing with the hose and dunking in the lake. I dunk mine every trip and mine are spotless too. My dad doesn't and he's putting a set of axles under his now, though it's needed them for years. Raul they'll probably be ok for a while longer but they will need to be replaced before too long. Dunk that thing in fresh water after every salt dip if you can.
        '90 Tuppens 231 Polk City, FL

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        • #5
          I'm not an expert either and this may be a dumb question but is that cast Iron? I'm rebuilding my trailer now. Its a 2006 and I think mine is cast aluminum.
          WILLIAM WEBER

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