Little Travel Trailer Gets New Wheel Bearings.

Bill snapped a nice picture of this small travel trailer getting some new wheel bearings. No brakes needed on this little trailer, but an inspection revealed a wobbly wheel. This was an easy fix that will avoid a huge disappointment down the road.

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Blow Out, Rips Out RV Trailer Subfloor.

Everything was going great until this travel trailer had a tire blow out. It’s one thing to get a flat, pull over, swap-it-out and head back down the road, but it’s much worse when you don’t know you’re running on a flat tire. It can quickly become shredded, tear out the subfloor and anything else in it’s path.

Frequently check the pressure of your tires because when the pressure is low the tire will overheat and eventually blow.

 

Safety Check Before Your Next Trip.

Having your RV brakes checked often is more than cost effective. Forgetting to have them properly inspected is easy to do when you’re on vacation and having fun. So be sure to bring in your motorhome and trailer after or before your next outing. We all hate breaking down away from home and away from the RV shop we love. Schedule a safety inspection today and we’ll take good care of you so you and yours can travel with peace of mind!

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RV Body & Paint Skills are Different Than What’s Needed for Autos.

We hope everyone had a fun and safe 4th of July Celebration! We’re back at it here in the shop with all kinds of different jobs nearing completion.

Lots of people don’t know that the skills needed to accomplish perfect auto body and paint repairs on cars and small trucks are very different than that needed for RV’s and Trailers.

We’re delighted to have folks coming in from near and far to have their home on wheels returned to factory specs and original beauty, and others coming in for custom fabrication and awesome paint jobs.