Duratorque Straight Beam Axle

Custom built to length with hub equipment sold separately.
Part No Name Pack Size Weight Price
Qty
T101040 DURATORQUE F/B 1000KG EA 38 KG 1078.93
T101052 DURATORQUE F/B 2200KG PR 42 KG 1395.29
T101056 DURATORQUE F/B 1500KG 9" DRUM PR 38 KG 1137.09
T101068 D/T FULLBEAM 3000kg MULTI-HUB PR 66 KG 1866.75
T101059 DURATORQUE F/B 1750KG 10"DRUM PR 38 KG 1258.01


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Duratorque is a superior suspension system that is suitable for fitment to and use on all types of trailers. Using specially formulated rubber cords as a springing medium, Duratorques are totally self-contained and easily fitted to the trailer chassis. Because the two sides are not connected, each wheel is independently sprung.

All Duratorque components are either galvanised or electro zinc plated for protection against corrosion.

From July 2011, 1000kg to 1750kg versions are fitted with a bolt in replaceable stub  axle.

Carrying capacities for duratorques are 1000kg, 1500kg, 1750kg to 2200kg in  both  two  piece  and  full  beam  types and 3000kg version in full and drop beam. These capacities are for single axle applications. When mounted in tandem the capacity must be reduced by 25% i.e. two 1500kgfull beam duratorques  will  carry  2250kg.  Note that duratorque half axles are each labeled with the total capacity per pair, not each  side.

All duratorques are able to be fitted with non braked or braked hubs. These brakes can be hydraulic disc, 1500kg, 1750kg, 2200kg & 3000kg capacities or Electric drum brakes in 1500kg, 1750kg & 2200kg capacities and hydraulic drum brakes in 1250kg capacity.

It is recommended  that  Duratorques be  mounted to  the trailer with the swing arms  trailing. When  mounted  in tandem the distance between the tyres be kept to a minimum and should not exceed 150mm. The distance between the top of the tyres and the mudguards when  the Duratorques are new and unloaded should be at least 120mm. When mounted in tandem the front axle should be braked.

 When ordering full beam Duratorques remember to supply your required length measurement A & B as shown in the diagram below.

 

The following table details the minimum measurements from hub face to spring / bracket mounting center.

Fig Model Type: 1000kg, 1500kg, 1750kg  2200kg 3000kg
A Two Piece 220mm 210mm N/A
  Two Piece Retro 200mm N/A
N/A
B Two Piece  340 - 440mm 340 - 440mm  N/A  
All Disc  163mm  165mm  165mm 
  Hyd Drum 80mm  N/A  N/A 
  Elec Drum 10" 95mm  N/A  N/A 
  Elec Drum 12"  N/A   N/A   N/A  
All  60mm  60mm  25mm 
All  30mm  30mm  30mm 
F All  145mm 125mm 145mm

 

Part No: Capacity: Hub Type:
T101040 1000kg Non braked & disc braked
T101044  1500kg  Non braked & disc braked
T101056  1500kg  Hydraulic drum braked 
T101058  1500kg  Electric drum braked 
T101059  1750kg  Electric drum braked 
T101052  2200kg  Non Braked hubs & disc braked 
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This product does not have any spare parts.

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