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The most popular Trailer hub is of course the one matching the tow vehicle's bolt pattern.   The primarily reason for this is to avoid having to carry a separate spare for your Trailer in the unfortunate event of a flat.   Matching Trailer hubs to the tow vehicle permits the use of the spare from your vehicle.   Another reason most folks prefer matching hubs is simply due to the appearance and profile of the Tentrax and tow vehicle together.   Tentrax trailer hubs are top quality and are available in a variety of sizes and matching vehicle bolt patterns.



Whether you drive a Jeep Wrangler, FJ Cruiser, or any other vehicle, matching hubs is the way to get the wheels on your trailer to match the wheels on your tow vehicle. Not only does this setup look classy, but also it ensures that the tire height and wheel profile on both vehicle and trailer match as well.

In keeping with the Tentrax Philosophy and Tradition to provide products overbuilt for their particular use, Tentrax installs 3,500 lb rated, precision cast hubs on all trailer axles. Additionally, all axles are equipped with the E-Z Lube feature, which allows the axle hub bearings to be periodically lubricated without removing the hubs from the axle. This feature consists of axle spindles that have been specially drilled and assembled with grease fittings in their ends. When grease is pumped into the fitting, it is channeled to the inner bearing and then flows back to the outer bearing and eventually back out the grease cap hole. The E-Z Lube feature has the added benefit of allowing immersion in water without a problem.

Standard hubs are also available. The only difference between matching hubs and standard hubs is that the wheels on the trailer will not match those on the tow vehicle when using standard hubs due to the shift in bolt patterns.

Under some conditions, an aluminum billet adapter may be required when matching trailer wheels and tires to the tow vehicle.

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Last updated on April 7, 2017