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Old 04-26-2017, 09:30 AM
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Default Camber on Ranger Trailers

I hit a gigantic curb and managed by spindle on the front tire (non brake) , I got a new one installed and now my tire is out of wack wearing the inside of the tire..

Can camber be adjusted on Ranger trailers? Or is where the spindle attached to the trailer potentially damaged? The other weird part is my rear tire is off the ground when my boat isn't on the trailer so something is wrong I need to get if fixed soon before I wear out another tire.

When I hit the curb I do not know if the rear tire was effected so it's possible that spindle was damaged in the process as well but the camber appears normal, or the front could be effecting the rear.

Any thoughts?
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Old 04-27-2017, 11:53 AM
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Something is bent...

Take it to a reputable alignment shop and if its possible they'll bend it all back straight for you.
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