Whether it’s a boat trailer for your days spent fishing on Lake Minnetonka, a small, 2-wheeled trailer to bring plants home from the nursery, a travel trailer to move your child into their college dorm room, or a 14,000 pound utility trailer to haul your heavy-duty equipment, we will make sure it is in full working order.
Your trailer’s hydraulic master cylinders are applied by your vehicle’s trailer hitch. They are powered by hydraulic fluid instead of electricity, making them safe to be fully submerged into any of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes. If your hydraulic brakes, are working properly, you shouldn’t feel the weight of your trailer at all when you push the brakes, so if it seems difficult to slow down your vehicle with the trailer attached, your trailer's brakes may need to be fixed.
Greased bearings keep your wheels from locking up. Diving on hot summer roads will make your bearings expand allowing water to get inside, when submerged, preventing the oil from lubricating them. To ensure your trailer’s wheels stay spinning, we recommend you get a trailer bearing repack every 12 months or 12,000 miles (whichever comes first). For this service, our ASE certified mechanics, take your wheels off, clean off old grease, and add new Marine Grease, which withstands water better than conventional bearing grease.
These brakes connect to your vehicle with a 7-pin connector located by your bumper and are powered with an aftermarket controller built into your truck or SUV. Our ASE certified mechanics will diagnose and replace any bad wiring, making sure all wires are clean and have good grounds. We have state-of-the-art testing equipment that allows us to diagnose quickly and save you money.
No trailer job is too big or too small. We want to ensure that you and whatever you are hauling arrive at your destination safely and smoothly.
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