1300 Boler Frame and Axel upgrade this winter - Fiberglass RV


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Old 10-06-2010, 10:14 AM   #1
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1300 Boler Frame and Axel upgrade this winter

Before I get a body and paint I want to settle the cabin down on a new frame and axels. Looking at upgrading frame and axels this winter to closed tubular frame for my current C frame, and replace existing 1200lb axel to 2000lb. Does anyone have dimensions of the frame and axels so I know what and roughly how much material to buy? I am looking at moving to trailing arm axels as I like to keep the independent suspension. Probably a princess auto purchase.
All suggestions welcome as I would like to do this right the first time.

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