I sell all of the trailer parts that the do-it-yourself guy needs. I stock the most common parts and sizes but can usually get any part next day. I will also beat any local prices and provide any knowledge that I can. Give me a call @ 338-6172. Thanks, Wade
Wade- can you get UFP stuff? I removed (read: cut) the calipers and brackets off my axles today. The pistons are frozen, boots are rotted, and pads were almost non-existent. I know the pads I can get at the auto parts store (Kia Sedona I think) but I'm either going to need to rebuild the calipers like I used to do my Kodiaks or replace them. My brackets are ok I just need to get the cut bolts out of them.
No, cant do the ufp. Why not go back with kodiak unless you have the off the wall caliper mounts ? Kodiaks are cheaper. I can get you a 10 inch SS mixed kit ( SS caliper, silver cad slip on rotor and mounting bracket ) for $ 508.00 per axle. Bit more for the 12 inch.
Last edited by Reel Mayhem; 04-15-2012 at 09:48 AM.
Yeah, its all UFP stuff (proprietary) with integral hub and rotor and 6-lug hubs, 6,000# torsion axles. I'd rather go back with Kodiak's as I've had those in the past. This UFP stuff is all different. I don't know if I can put Kodiak's on without changing brackets and then will the rotor work even?
You would need to change the bracket but the kodiak kit comes with it. I have only seen a few axles with the screwed up mount that kodiaks bracket won t work on with out re-drilling the axle mount. This kit is cheaper than buying two SS calipers by themselves. I m not sure if you would be able to use your rotors but given the shape you said your pads were in, what shape are the rotors in ?
The ones that are on there are shot, but my two spare tires are spare tires/hub/rotors attached to the tongue. So I have those to use and they've never seen water. I will need to replace them at some point too, eventually.