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    Default Trailer parts?

    Is there anywhere around Anchorage that sells trailer parts like bunk brackets, axles...etc? Im thinking of adding another axle to my King. I emailed King, but got no response. Im just looking for somewhere who has the parts?

    Trailer Craft, six roblees,....do they have them in stock?

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    6 Roblees has a store in Wasilla. Have you looked there?
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    I haven't been to either store yet. Im up on the slope, but ill look there when I get back.

    I was pretty much looking for confirmation that they had them.

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    Might be cheaper to order from someone like this:
    http://www.humphreystrailerparts.com/

    Then have the parts shipped to Carlile freight forwarding and they will deliver them up here. I've had good luck with Humpreys and bought all my Kodiak components from them.
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    Yes Six Roblees has axles in stock there in Wasilla and if they do not have the one that you need then they can have it out of town by the next morning. The nice thing about dealing local is if something is not working out then they are there to help . Some times the lowest price is not always the best deal.It is good to support a local store so they are there when you need something big or small in a hurry. Good Luck

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    Got a new axle from 6 Roblees a season ago couldn't find that specific axle anywhere else in Anchorage, and they helped me out with all the questions I had, highly recommend.

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    Ill be stopping in at six roblees when I get home. I didn't realize they had that kind of stuff in stock.

    Thanks guys

    Joe
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    I just replaced my singe 3500Lb axle with a 7k. So I have a spare axle 3500lb with rims and tires. Itís a Dexter torque flex with ez lube hubs standard galvanized boat axle and galv. Mod rims. My trailer was all welded and it would have been an AITA to the cut off the fenders and add an axle, thatís why I stuck to the single. I bought by everything from six robblees good bunch of guys.

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    Ill send you a pm

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