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Trailer Axles on 2040-parts.com

US $500.00
Location:

Yaphank, New York, United States

Yaphank, New York, United States

I bought theses axles about 9 years ago and put them on a trailer that was given to me. I then parked it in my yard and it never moved again. I just cut the axles off the trailer as the trailer has become too rotten to tow. These axles may be nine years old, but they are NEW 3500# axles with springs and electric brakes. They go for $280 each, new. One of the springs still has the price tag on it of $35. The rims are yours too. Thanks. 

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