Al-ko 685mm Offset 60mm wide Replacement Caravan Spring
Al-ko 685mm Offset Spring caravan springs are fitted to the chassis rail of caravans with a G&S Chassis. Shackle Springs 685mm on manufacturers tandem setups.
Melbourne Trailers supplied G&S Chassis caravan suspension system. However, it has been discontinued by Alko and replaced with the 57606X series springs.
This particular spring is shorter than standard tandem springs and is no longer a standard spring to obtain.
Note: Complete single axle spring kits are now available with heavy-duty 10mm hangers.
685mm x 60mm offset springs are available in the following capacity
- 6 Leaf – 990 kg per spring
- 7 Leaf – 1100 kg per spring
- 685mm Eye to Eye.
- 5/8″ x 7/8″ x 60mm bush.
- Free Camber 117mm
- Eye to Center Bolt 300mm and 385mm
- 6.5mm Leaf
- Powder Coated Black
We suggest to either put your caravan over a weighbridge to get your exact loading before any upgrade.
Furthermore, spring problems, in most cases, can be resolved with a weighbridge certificate and a set of tow ball scales.
Spring upgrades are standard on tandem setups. Suspension upgrades re-invigorate the caravans towing capacity to OEM standard in many cases.
Purchase other 60mm springs here
- Standard Tandem Shackle Spring Kit 60mm
- 60mm Caravan Shackle Spring (single) fits Jayco
- 60mm Caravan Slipper Spring – 765mm
- Shackle Bolts, Caravan Trailer Kits
- Hard to find high tensile spring center bolts here
Finally, it is common to upgrade broken springs to the next load capacity. However, keep the same ATM intact.
Al-ko 685mm Offset Spring
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality Al-ko 685mm Offset Spring and caravan spare parts throughout Australia.
Customers are welcome to either pickup or take advantage of our low freight rates. Express shipping to Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart.
We also ship products to New Zealand via Australia Post Air Express.
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