Norm is always teaching me new stuff! 😉
One more possible option to consider ....
Besides a loose bearing lock nut and/or a broken/slipped belt in a tire, Scamp
told me that I
might need to consider the weight
distribution in my trailer.
The outer edge of my right (curb side) tire was recently worn down while the inside edge still
had some tread left. (Both tires had sufficient miles on them that it was reasonable to start
considering replacing them anyway.)
I was told that it was most probably a tire issue, but it could be that my lightweight Scamp13
(with the 54" bed) did not have enough weight
on the right side to insure that the torsion axle
would press the tire tread down completely flat on the pavement. (The left side of my trailer
has the refrigerator/stove/sink cabinet as well as the power converter; the right side only has
that 12" pantry cabinet. They suggested loading more gear on the right side or carrying at
least a partial tank of fresh water in that right-side tank.
Without looking at my trailer, one Truck Trailer Hitch shop told me that they thought it was
unlikely that my torsion axle would have alignment adjustments. Still TBD.
I'm not sure how your Parkliner
load is distributed or what your axle is like. That is just what
Scamp told me and I offer it only as "food for thought". As always, YMMV. 😉
Good luck! 😀
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