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In Reply to: Trailer question posted by DegŁello BBQ on May 23, 2011 at 07:24:30:
Also you need to pull the trailer as level as possible.
And I definately would be concerned with this.
The only geometry settings on basic trailer axles are camber and that is built-in .
Toe and caster are only needed for steering axles.
In your case seems like you have too much negative camber ...wheels leaning in at the top. Tires riding on the inside edge. That's why I said look at the axle to see if it was installed wrong.
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