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Old 07-12-2014, 08:45 PM   #1
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Unhappy 2010 CAMEO 35' SB3 Dexter Axle

i am looking for info about the 7,000 lb. axle by Dexter. Never lube axle has holes to lower the axle and create more room for a bigger tire(G614s). Anyone have info on the equalizer assembly between the two axles! I have been to axle shops that sell Dexter axles and they are telling me that the equalizer is like nothing that they have seen from Dexter. The bracket that attaches the axles are starting to show signs of wear. I will need to replace them in a year or so. I need help locating these parts.jamesrlee42@hotmail.com

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I had a 2011 Carriage Cameo 31ksl with 7k Dexter axles. The front and rear spring hanger had 2 holes in them about 2 inches apart. Using the lower holes (closest to the road) was considered the "4 wheel drive option". Ours had Mor Ryde suspension at the equalizer point in which there was not an adjustment in as far as upper and lower holes. If you could please post a photo, I think you could get more help. Also, check the Carriage Lifestyle Owners Forum. It is full of valuable info for Carriage and Lifestyle fiver owners. Phillip
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