65mm Round Stub Axle
65mm round stub axles is the most versatile axles customers purchase. Select the loading you wish and then select the hub and bearing set.
The standard length is 50cm. Call us if you require a specific length.
A round axle is preferred to weld into position over square axles. Round axles provide a greater welding surface.
One of there most popular uses is on irrigation booms that carry maximum loads over rough ground, usually an agricultural paddock. Note: Irrigation stubs do not require the weld ring.
Let’s say you prefer welding axles yourself. Finding an apt receptacle or axle tube—with no compromise on quality and accuracy—is a common obstacle. Couplemate’s 65mm round stub axle is high on quality, strength, replaceability, and durability
You’d probably use round stub axles to weld into a square hollow section or SHS. Especially with a specification of 65mm; you’re best off using these for 3t hubs and hub drums
Choose from these bearing profiles:
A stub axle carries the wheel of your rear-drive vehicle and ensures a smooth ride even on bumpy roads, and subsequently makes for a shock-free trailer suspension
The 65mm stub axle is designed to suit 3-tonne bearings—30210 inner and 29749 outer
- Weight- 5 kg
- Dimensions- 30 x 5 x 5 cm
- Stub Length- 250mm, 300mm, 350mm, 400mm, 450mm. Longer stub lengths POA.
- Plain or Galvanised-Plain K1045 Steel, Galvanised + $15.00
Couplemate also has axles of various shapes and sizes like the 39mm round stub axle, 45mm square stub axles, and 50mm square Dexter stub axle insert, that meet your requirements.
More suspension stub axle inserts
- 725kg Stub Axle
- Aussie Swag Camper Stub Axle
- 2t Speciality Suspension Axles
- 3t Suspension Axle Insert
Couplemate Trailer Parts sells only the best quality 65mm Round Stub Axle 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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