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Old 08-02-2007, 11:58 AM
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Question How to adjust torsion axles?

I have a Tundra 5th wheel BH that has the rubber torsion axles. My 06 F-150 SC 5.4 Lariat sits higher than the level trailer. I understand the axle can be set at three settings, -25, 0 or +25, but no one knows how to do it. Has anyone heard of doing this other than changing out the axle with a Dexter? Thanks again for a GREAT site!!

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The only adjustable torsion axle I know of is the Flexride. It is splined, and can be adjusted by removing the hub and rotating it right/left to increase/decrease the current ride height.

http://etrailerpart.com/torsionaxles.htm

Here's Dexter's link and info

http://dexteraxle.com/torflex_axles
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