I have a M101a2 and two M101a3's On the ones I have the bearing, seals brake drums and brakes are the same. I do not know about the M116 series but would think that all the 8 lug trailers were the same.
Here are the Bearing Numbers.
Inner Bearing 25580
Inner Race 25520...
I have a few of the a2/a3 trailers and have found a lot of auto parts stores and Agri Supply carry the bearings and seals for these trailers. I also know that Titan/Dico makes the Backing plates and some brake parts. Bendix also some parts.....BUT ......... does anyone know if the brake...
This is from the NCSHP link to the Motor Carrier Section FAQ:
What trucks are required to enter a North Carolina Weigh Station? All trucks (or a truck and trailer combination) with a manufacturer?s GVWR of 10,001 lb or more are required to enter a Weigh Station in North Carolina.
After the first one they seem to get faster as a lot of people have said. My first one took almost 40 days, second one took 12 days and my last one from event 4721 took 3 days. Sent to BC on 10/5 and notified on 10/8. All of mine have been in the past 2 months.
There was a HMMWV at Ft. Bragg DRMO a few weeks ago............Don't know if they are going to sell it. And if they did not sure that any part on it could be used. Parachute didn't open during a air drop and the vehicle is almost flat.
Does anyone know of a good=(CHEAP) place to purchase a new or used master cylinder for a M101 A3 trailer. I bought a trailer a few weeks ago and its missing this part. I have found a one place that has a new one for around $91.00 + SH. Just checking
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