There has to be at least a hundred posts on replacing axles. Opinions vary on what to get, whether to add brakes
or not and orientation (leading vs trailing arm). Most here go with either Dexter or Flexride because of the availability.
There is usually a tag somewhere on your axle
saying who made it and the specs. Most original axles were under rated.
You can try an advanced search using +axle with any of the following:
I went a little overboard on my axle replacement, raising the trailer a bit, switching from leading to trailing arm and adding brakes
. I posted a lengthy post of what I did and why with lots of pictures and diagrams. By the time you wade through that post, you should know enough to be able to make your own decisions or ask specific questions.
Your Perris Pacer
should not be that much different than my boler
Even though I've done this recently, I'm having to take similiar measurements and make similar decisions on replacing the axle on my newly acquired Trillium
4500. I know that Tom from TrilliumRV has posted the specs on his website for the Trillium
4500 replacement axle by Dexter, he does not provide the specs that Dexter wants when ordering.