No worries. Just trying to pass along what I have stumbled across.Thanks for the suggestion. That looks really nice. I'll have to see what range of loads they have those in.
Please understand that I'm not being dismissive of your experience or expertise. You've been incredibly helpful in this thread.
BTW: for many years trying to work around the many shortcomings of trailer axles, brakes and suspension, I have come to the point of designing/building my own (that I might go into production with some day). On that note: I have only ONCE bought an available manufactured axle that I did not regret having done so - it was a pair of Timbren air STI STi Air Ride Trailer Suspension Kits - Airbag Independent Suspensions
and lest you think it is just another trailing arm thingie - it also came with their own design of really hefty disc brakes that just BARELY fit inside of a 17.5" wheel (have to use their wheels to do so). 10K gross, IIRC about $6k per axle 10 years back - but worth every penny. My focus now is on 12k axles using 19.5 wheels and hydraulic discs used on school busses and up to class 7 trucks.