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Old 09-22-2021, 11:02 AM   #21
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A good thing happened this week. I thought I would give it a try to contact someone at Dexter to see if they could help. I first sent them a message through their Contact link https://www.dexteraxle.com/Contact/ complete with my serial number from the axle tag. One business day later I received an email from Dexter with an attached Axle SN/LN Configuration sheet.
Before I had received the email I also tried to call them at the number listed on the Contact Us page. I got through and was directed to a nice lady in customer service that also sent me a Axle SN/LN Configuration sheet. They showed me that they are the exact numbers that Rossue had posted but that was for a 3500lb. axle. What was concerning me before I got the info sheet was that the load rating on the sticker showed that my axles have a 3000lb rating. Anyway I was able to get the parts and have started to due the service on the bearings and brakes. Thanks for all the help here.
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Old 07-03-2022, 12:34 AM   #22
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I don't know what "10H" would indicate, distinct from "10"; the catalog shows a light-duty 10L (with the 10"x1½" brakes), and a 10F, but not a 10H. The 10F is a higher-capacity variant, with the same nominal brake size (10"x2¼") but different part numbers for both the drum and the brake assembly.

Escape Torflex assemblies with lower-than-3500lb ratings have, in the past, had the same hub and 10"x2¼" brake hardware as the regular 3500 pound assemblies; the capacity difference is just due to different length of rubber rods as springs (lower capacity is shorter rubber and therefore softer springing).
Hi Brian, I would buy brake and bearing parts for my 2019 17B, I checked the operation maintenance service manual, there are so many different part # for different brake size, I just can not find info about what size for my trailer. Do you have any idea where I can have the info by any chance? Thank you very much.
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Old 07-03-2022, 11:41 AM   #23
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If you get up under your unit and look along the axle you should find a tag of some sort. This will have the axle details that you can then have the nice people at Dexter cross reference to get you a data sheet. If you Google the part numbers that are on the data sheet you should find your parts.
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Old 07-03-2022, 12:07 PM   #24
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Thank you very much
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Old 07-03-2022, 12:23 PM   #25
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If you get up under your unit and look along the axle you should find a tag of some sort. This will have the axle details that you can then have the nice people at Dexter cross reference to get you a data sheet. If you Google the part numbers that are on the data sheet you should find your parts.
I found the tag on axle with part #, thanks again.
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