I own a 2011 Cruiser 325MK 5th wheelpurchased late last summer.It has been towed about 3000 miles. There is uneven wear on3 of the tires. The wear is on the outside bead. Tires are Mastertrack. Wondering if somebody has had a similiar problem and how the problem was solved. Thanks...Al
Probably axles out of alignment right from the factory ...not sure how to adjust , but someone probably can help ....
It was a rainy few days at Algonquin Prov park...tarps kept us dry.
Wayne --Belle River (Windsor), Ontario
2013 Sunset Trail Reserve 25RB..
2015 White Chev Silverado 2500HD 4x4 (6.0 l gasser)
2003 Mountain Star 890SBRX Truck Camper
Find a trailer wheel alignment shop and have them align the wheels and that will correct the tire wear. Had the same problem and had wheels aligned and no more problem. The place where I took mine charged $150.00 per axel.
Jerry & Janet
2014 Cruiser CF34SS
Seeing the country we defend
I would guess it is the axles out of alignment. I had some uneven ware on one my tires after a few thousand miles. I found a good alignment shop (that can do trucks so they have a rack they can put the trailer on) and for a couple of hundred dollars they bent the axles back into shape. No problem since.
George and Debi
2006 F250 PSD, 2005 PF30CK
Little different problem with my 'Trackmaster' tires now. Had all 4 balanced..... now one of them is 'feathering' all across the tire after driving 500 miles. I would like to know how to cure the problem. This axle is 'toed-in' about 1/8 inch. Thks.....Al
I took my crossroads 5th wheel to a place that does truck axles and let them straighten them. I also found a axle equalizer broken and Crossroads or Lippert Axle will not warranty it. My Cruiser is a 2011
I had 2 equaflex equalizers crack on my 08 Cruiser. There is only a 90 day warranty on them. The top hub looked like it had only been tacked so I had a buddy weld them back up and installed never fail bushings in the hub. I just had to change all 4 springs due to crap built in China.
when I found the equalizer broken in Beaver, UT. the shop there had all the parts to go ahead and change the other one and while there I had them put on 4 new 5 leaf, leaf springs. That way I wouldn't have to worry anymore about the hangers. Now all I have to worry about is the bearings which with my luck and the poor ass quality of the lippert axles I would expect them to fail when I leave out again.
I had the same problem with my trailer (not a Crossroads). Turns out the axles were bent from the manufacturer causing the tire wear. I took it to a trailer shop near me and they were able to straighten the axles for a couple hundred bucks. Only took a couple of hours to do it.