Repairs By Appointment:
Customers who book an appointment for repairs take priority. Drop in customers are welcome and we will make repairs at the first available time slot.
Trailers and vehicles MUST be picked up as soon as repairs are complete. Our location does not have secure storage. Secure storage is available and a storage charge will apply.
Do it before you park it!
The last thing on your list is the trailer – right? Keep it that way – at the end of every day, week, trip or season do a thorough inspection of your trailer and schedule any repairs or maintenance ASAP. This ensures the trailer is ready for your next trip and you won’t be parked on the road missing a wheel or getting a citation from Transport Canada, Police or Municipal buy law officer.
Trailer Pickup Service:
- Gooseneck 2-5/16″ ball.
- Fifth wheel.
- Pintle Ring (book in advance)
- Standard couplers 1-7/8, 2, and 2-5/16″ ball.
Supported braking systems:
- All electric braking systems are supported.
- Sorry, vacuum and air brake systems require special arrangements.
Repairs, Maintenance & Modifications:
- Wheel bearing and suspension service – do not rely on greasing systems (bearing buddies, etc.) . There is no substitute for yearly cleaning and inspection of the spring mounts, bushings, bearings, axle and hub; replacement of warn parts, and repacking bearings with clean grease. Cleaning and thorough inspection to identify warn parts and repacking the bearings helps prevent surfaces from rusting (due to condensation) when parked. For boat trailers this is a MUST clean and repack regardless of how many times you put your boat in/out of the water each year.
- Brake service – extremely important to the BC driver. We check and adjust brakes every time the wheel drums or discs are removed. Heavy loads and extreme driving conditions warrant more frequent service. Boat trailers equipped with either surge or electric brakes require at least one service a year to avoid corrosion seized brakes. When you winterize your boat -> winterize your trailer!
- Winterizing – prior to parking your travel trailer or RV for the winter it needs to be winterized. All tanks and water lines must be cleaned and drained; then either flushed with air (all drinking water systems) or anti-freeze (non-drinking water systems).