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  • Single Axle Measurements - 1994 Prostar Trailer

    This is the first time we took all these measurements so I hope they are correct. If you are familiar with ordering any of these parts, can you let me know if these numbers look correct? I'm hoping I can give this information to various online businesses and get the right parts.

    We have a March 1994 Mastercraft Trailer that pulls our 205 Prostar.
    We need to buy:
    1) Axle
    2) Leaf Springs
    3) Brake Actuator
    4) Shackle Bushings

    Axle Measurements:
    3500 lb Load Capacity (Basing this off of other threads on here - we couldn't read on trailer)
    66 1/2" Spring to Spring (measured from center of bolt on top to center of bolt on other spring)
    85 1/2" Hub face to hub face (includes a 1/4" lip on the hub face)
    90" Spindle end to spindle end
    2" x 3" (Width x Depth) of Axle
    1 3/8" Spindle Diameter
    3 3/4" Drop

    Leaf Springs
    (I was planning on buying the springs at Northern Tool per members suggestions)
    27" with the weight of the boat on them
    4 Leafs
    Double Eye Spring

    Brake Actuator
    Existing: UFP P/N 34039

    Not sure what to ask for on the plastic shackle bushings. Has anyone ordered these before?

    Thanks, as always!

    Shey
    Shey

    Driver & Skier for Pomona Lake Rough Water Warriors
    1994 Prostar 205
    http://www.TheWaterSkier.com - Founder/Blogger
    http://www.LakeAuthority.com - Founder/Blogger

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    I'ved bought a lot of stuff from Championtrailers.com. They will have all the basic nuts-and-bolts stuff you're talking about, including the nylon spring bushings. Their website has a tech section describing how to measure axles, they can get anything you need.

    I don't believe they have UFP actuators, check with pacifictrailers.com for that.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Miss Rita View Post
      I'ved bought a lot of stuff from Championtrailers.com. They will have all the basic nuts-and-bolts stuff you're talking about, including the nylon spring bushings. Their website has a tech section describing how to measure axles, they can get anything you need.

      I don't believe they have UFP products, check with pacifictrailers.com for that.
      Thank you so much! I don't think I've looked at ChampionTrailers.com yet. I'll see what they have there!
      Shey

      Driver & Skier for Pomona Lake Rough Water Warriors
      1994 Prostar 205
      http://www.TheWaterSkier.com - Founder/Blogger
      http://www.LakeAuthority.com - Founder/Blogger

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      • #4
        You can also contact UFP for everything you need.
        I don't know if he is still there, but try Dennis Backuss @ 1-800-835-9211 ext 16
        Attached Files
        '96 ProStar 205 SD LT-1

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        • #5
          the shackle bushings will come with the springs from norther tool. There's also a spring plate that has to be welded onto the axle -
          sigpic...A bad day water skiing still beats a good day at work...1995 Pro Star 205....

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Table Rocker View Post
            You can also contact UFP for everything you need.
            I don't know if he is still there, but try Dennis Backuss @ 1-800-835-9211 ext 16
            Good to know I can get axle and brake actuator there.

            Thanks!
            Shey

            Driver & Skier for Pomona Lake Rough Water Warriors
            1994 Prostar 205
            http://www.TheWaterSkier.com - Founder/Blogger
            http://www.LakeAuthority.com - Founder/Blogger

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mikeg205 View Post
              the shackle bushings will come with the springs from norther tool. There's also a spring plate that has to be welded onto the axle -
              Do you remember if your measurements were the same? We measured 27" from center of eye to eye on Leaf springs, but that's with the boat on there. Hubs insists we should have 28" for the springs. But....if you bought it from Northern tool, their springs are 27".

              Didn't you say we have the same trailer?

              Thanks.
              Shey

              Driver & Skier for Pomona Lake Rough Water Warriors
              1994 Prostar 205
              http://www.TheWaterSkier.com - Founder/Blogger
              http://www.LakeAuthority.com - Founder/Blogger

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              • #8
                Not saying I'm right but I measured 27" eye to eye like you did. Bought the 27" from northern tool and they fit like a glove.

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                • #9
                  These are the springs for your trailer...

                  http://www.northerntool.com/ - they have the 27" leaf spring for older trailers. part number 125208

                  I just installed them
                  sigpic...A bad day water skiing still beats a good day at work...1995 Pro Star 205....

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by millpondkid View Post
                    Not saying I'm right but I measured 27" eye to eye like you did. Bought the 27" from northern tool and they fit like a glove.
                    What he said.


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                    93 190
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                    • #11
                      Reviving this old baby! Anyone know if this also applies to dual axle trailers? Of course, 93-94 PS 205 trailer. My tires are wearing pretty good on the outsides and insides....
                      - Jeff

                      1994 205, LT1

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                      • #12
                        All the parts are available from many trailer parts stores.

                        Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
                        sigpic...A bad day water skiing still beats a good day at work...1995 Pro Star 205....

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                        • #13
                          Something I learned after planning out an axle job myself.

                          Trailer shops do this for a living and don't charge that much - at least get a local quote. I had an axle, springs, shackles, installed for about 150$ more than it was going to cost me to get all the parts.

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