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Axle and Spindle Repair

Servicing CT, MA, RI and the Northeast

A completely mobile spindle repair system. We come to you! Spindles are replaced, remachined, and rethreaded.

We repair axle spindles, broken or worn out, making them new again!

Did your wheels and hub decide to leave your truck or trailer without any warning damaging your spindle? No problem, we can repair your axle spindle.

CT Axle & Spindle Repair delivers expert services to get your truck up and running fast! Our mobile axle spindle repair system services 3/4 ton pickups all the way up to class 8 trucks & trailers. Spindle repairs can also be performed on other heavy equipment including dump trucks, truck tractors, off-road agricultural, buses, skid-steers, paving machines and loaders.

Our spindle repair system is just what you need to get you up and going in the least amount of time and at a fair price.

Damaged Axle Spindle
Old Spindle is Removed

Your old spindle is cut off.

Each new spindle has an extension that is inserted into your housing to give it stability. The housing is preheated prior to assembly. This ensures a tight fit. The spindle is checked for straightness and the seam is welded. The brakes and hub can reinstalled once the assembly is cool.

Maybe you don’t have a completely busted spindle, but during routine maintenance a worn bearing journal or damaged thread was found. We can weld up the worn journal and thread area and machine down to factory spec. We can then re cut new threads, basically giving you a new spindle end. This process can also be done ¾ ton trucks all the way up to class 8 trucks as well as equipment. We can also do just a rethread of just the end of the spindle.

Spindles up to 4 ¾” OD can be serviced.

What we don’t do is remove or replace your wheels, hubs and brakes. That is the responsibility of the customer or the shop where the vehicle is at.

Axle Spindle Repair

Customer Responsibilities on a Spindle Job

Drive Axle

  • Disconnect the battery
  • Vehicle must be under cover and out of the weather
  • Be within 25 feet of a doorway, or be able to back up next to the vehicle
  • Remove brakes, s cam and brake spider
  • Place axle housing on a jack stand
  • Provide a clean usable wheel hub
  • Provide a good usable axle shaft
  • Provide and install new bearings and races in the hub, leave wheel seal out of hub
  • Provide a place to plug in a 110-volt cord
  • Tools to assemble hub and axle shaft onto the spindle

Trailer Axle

  • Disconnect trailer from power unit, or disconnect batteries on power unit
  • Vehicle must be under cover and out of the weather
  • Be within 25 feet of a doorway or be able to back up next the vehicle
  • Remove brakes and s cam
  • Place axle housing on a jack stand
  • Provide a place to plug into 110 volts

CT Axle Responsibilities on a Spindle Job

We bring the new spindle and the equipment to cut off the old one and weld on the new one. We are not a mobile mechanic, we do not carry tools to disassemble or reassemble the wheels, brakes or hub.

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