Polar Trailer Tandem Axle KitItem#: HN-CLAM009
- Allows you to convert your single-axle Polar Trailer into an extra-stable workhorse
- incredible towing smoothness even with top-capacity loads
- Easy to install
- All hardware included
When two wheels just aren't enough, the Polar Tandem Axle Kit makes it easy to convert a single-axle Polar Trailer into an extra-stable workhorse. Heavy-duty welded steel brackets straddle each end of the axle to distribute weight over all four wheels for incredible towing smoothness, even on top-capacity loads. Tandem Axle Kits are sold in pairs and are compatible with Polar 1200 and 1500 trailers.
About Polar Trailer
Polar Trailer is a division of Polar Corporation, which is North America's largest tank trailer manufacturing, parts, and service organization based in St. Cloud, Minnesota. Since 1946, Polar has paved the way as an industry leader and built a solid reputation for unmatched quality, expertise, and innovation. Polar performance and quality of products represents a promise of commitment to their customers who depend on the best equipment available. Polar specializes in stainless steel, aluminum, and carbon steel products that make your job easier.
Dimensions & Specifications
42L x 14W x 20H in.
5 Year Warranty
Country of Origin
Made in the USA
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Comments about Polar Trailer Tandem Axle Kit:
It would appear from the picture that you are going to receive 4 wheels with the tandem walking axle but that is not the case. You only receive 2 wheels. The other two you use for this set-up are the original wheels that came with your Polar Trailer. I purchased this thinking I was getting 4 wheels so I could have spare wheels on hand but was surprised when only 2 came in the shipment. The picture gave me the impression I was getting 4 wheels. The product write-up from Hayneedle.com did not mention getting only two wheels. The axle is of very solid construction and should last a lifetime. The installed grease fitting is on the bottom of the pivot point where it attaches to the axle. I would have thought a much better spot for it would have been on the top. It would have been been much easier to grease and less prone to damage by ground debris kicked up between the wheels. All in all this is a very solid set-up if you are willing to pay the price. My intended purpose is for hauling firewood and pulling behind my ATV.