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CE Smith Trailer Hub Kits

CE Smith Trailer Hub Kits

Description

The CE Smith Trailer Hub Kits come fully assembled with pregreased bearings, which cuts down on the mess and makes final installation on the axle much easier.

Features

  • 16" Maximum Wheel Size
  • 1 3/8" Tapered To 1 1/16" Shaft
  • Includes Dust Cap, Cotter Pin, And Lug Nuts
List Price
$65.95
Your Price
$60.09
In Stock

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Details



1750lb Capacity Features:

  • 6-3/4" wheel flange diameter
  • 1.98" hub inner diameter

3000lb Capacity Features:

  • 7-1/4" wheel flange diameter
  • 2.44" hub inner diameter

3500lb Capacity Features:

  • 8-1/2" wheel flange diameter
  • 2.71" hub inner diameter

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
CE Smith Trailer Hub Kits 13611 Trailer Hub Kit, 6x5.5" Stud, 1750lb Capacity
$60.09
In Stock
CE Smith Trailer Hub Kit - Tapered Spindle - 6x5.5" Stud - 3,000lb Capacity 13711 Trailer Hub Kit, 6x5.5" Stud, 3000lb Capacity
$76.52
In Stock
CE Smith Trailer Hub Kit - Tapered Spindle - 8x6.5" Stud - 3,500lb Capacity 13811 Trailer Hub Kit, 8x6.5" Stud, 3500lb Capacity
$82.69
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