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    Heritage trailer parts

    Dose anybody know were to buy Heritage trailer parts? One of my lug nut studs stripped out, I got out the stud hitting out from the rotor. I just cant find a replacement stud for the life of me, check with Napa parts , looked on the web sites. Please let me know were you buy the trailer parts. Thanks

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    There is nothing special about it. Its just a wheel stud. I cant believe NAPA dogged you. Pep boys, Discount tire, GoodYear store or Pioneer Rim and Wheel. Champion trailer parts you can just go online and order. Etrailer.com is another spot

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    If its older trailer good luck I had buy all new hubs this spring nobody could get the wheel seals
    always wet times at the double g spot
    WARNING A FUN CRAZY BITCH MAY BE ABOARD VESSEL

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    I had to rebuild my trailer suspension this spring on a trailer that has some odd ball hubs, etc. Cooper Trailer (coopertrailers.com) in Oak Grove did a bang up job at finding all the right parts and were more than reasonable at pricing. I'd give them a shout and see if they can help.
    Troy & Chrissy

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    I've worked on alot of trailers and Oreilly Auto Parts have always had the parts I've needed. Lugs, bearings, races,brakes etc... 9 times out of 10 they have them in stock. Now that was when I lived at LOTO so they may carry more of that stuff in stock there than some of the other stores but either way they should be able to get you what you need.

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    Try www.redneck-trailer.com They have always had what I need. I don't have a Heritage though. Good Luck

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    Call Heritage. They are located in Benton, IL. I had to get a complete rotor from them a few years back. They even dropped it off at my shop.

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    something to think about if you can't find the parts easy what happens if you break down on the side of the road and you would have to order parts
    always wet times at the double g spot
    WARNING A FUN CRAZY BITCH MAY BE ABOARD VESSEL

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    Thanks everone, Heritage trailer is shipping out the parts today.

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