How many trailers have you seen on the side of the road this year with one wheel propped up? Don't let it happen to you.
Manufacturers recommend this maintenance every year if your trailer gets normal use, or at least every 20,000 miles. This is a good service to do regularly, as it is cheap insurance for spending your vacation on the side of the road. While doing bearing repack we also inspect your brakes and adjust them if needed.
Have you clipped a curb or gettin unusualy wear on your tires? You trailer could have a bent axle or overloded. If in doubt its always good to weigh your trailer and not base your decision off of the GVW tag on the side of the trailer. We have found numerous trailers over the years that were overloaded for the suspension they had.
We sell and replace both torsion and spring axles for travel and utility trailers. We also retofit trailers with new axles for the troublesome Nev-R-Lube axles.
Do you have a noise coming from one of your brake drums, or is your trailer just not stopping good enough? You may need a brake job.
Often we see brake that are not reuglary adjusted, which causes over heating and crackign of the linings, as well as getting so far out of adjustment that the eturn spring falls out and rolls around inside of the drum.
We stock and install both 10" and 12" brakes regulary. We use only American made brakes rather than the cheap import brakes that cause other braking problems.