Hello all, I'm brand new to this forum. My name is Scott and I've learned a ton already so thanks! So lately I've noticed when the trailer is loaded with both horses and I'm making a right turn the trailer will jolt quite aggressively, only right turns. I've been through the brakes bearings measurement of the axles and made sure everything is in its proper place. No change. So today I did notice that one rim is slightly different then the rest, seems like it may have a very slight backspace? difference. This rim is on the driver side on the forward axle. Think this would cause this jolting issue on right turns or something different thanks for any help.
Posted 2017-04-29 8:51 AM (#169828 - in reply to #169825) Subject: RE: 93 Trail-et Continental LWT
Make sure you don't have a tire rubbing on something when in te turn. Will show up as rub markes somewhere. Also- if it is a sharp right turn on solid surface, it may be as simple as just tires "hopping" as they cannot make the turn that sharp without scrubbing.
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