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Boat trailer vibrates in pulses at all speeds

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  • #16
    I doubt a tiny bit of bearing slop is causing your headache. That's not to say it's OK though. Any trailer bearing I've ever seen is tapered, meaning you can easily get rid of any slop by careful adjustment of the bearings when adjusting the axle nut. The correct procedure there is to snug the bearing up lightly using a pair of pliers, then backing it off to the point you can insert the cotter pin.

    Your balancing plan plan is a good one. You'll see any wierdness in the shape of that tire at the same time.

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    • #17
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      Have you checked to make sure there are no cracks in the frame any where?
      Had a old Willy's panel 4x4 lot of years back thing would sake you like crazy,
      tried and checked every thing. One day was jacking it up and saw the crack fixed it.

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