New Axle - 1984 Coleman Williamsburg

verskate

Member
Oct 24, 2021
13
Hey everyone. I'm looking for a new axle for my 1984 Coleman Williamsburg. It has a 64 inch tracking length and 51 inch spring center with straight 1 1/16 straight spindles. I'm looking for any references in purchasing a new axle. I've found a few online but thought I would ask here. I'm interested in getting a kit, with new leaf springs as well. It takes 3 leaf 1000 pound springs. If anyone has a resource for purchasing a new axle or axle kit, I'm very interested!
 

Arruba

Super Active Member
Nov 28, 2014
899
Central Oregon
Lots of people on here work with etrailer.com. I haven’t bought an axle from them, but they have done me well with other stuff I’ve bought from them. If you go to Dexter’s corporate site, (dexteraxle.com) they have a searchable list of dealers. If you live where agricultural or industrial support is a thing, you may find a shop that can set you up and save the shipping. The local farm fab shop here carries a full line of axles and other trailer stuff.

Good luck with your search.
 
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Burchard

Member
Jun 17, 2022
36
Illinois
Dexter Axle Phone # 864-263-3170
These folks know the ins and outs of nearly any trailer axle. They helped me fix the brakes on mine.
They will get you rolling. Enjoy the outdoors! Keep camping.
 

kitphantom

Super Active Member
Platinum Supporting Member
Dec 26, 2009
14,046
Albuquerque, NM
When we needed a new axle for our travel triler, a local "Spring shop" made the new one. They've been in business since blacksmith days and do work on many fleets, including big industrial trailers (such as those that haul front end loaders). They were recommended to us by the dealer, who mentioned a couple in town.
 




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