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Thursday, January 28, 2016 3:19:37 PM America/Detroit

Trailer tires when to replace them

The average life of a trailer tire is five to seven years. Most trailers spend a lot of their time sitting still. So your tires will probably need to be replaced before the tread wears out. Maybe it's cracks from the sun or maybe it's from sitting too long underinflated. When you have had your tires for about five years, it's time to think about replacing them or having a professional check them. It's also important with the kind of weight and load that your trailer puts on them to have them checked on a regular basis. You can also tell how old your tires are by the date code on the side wall of the tire. It’s only on one side so it may be on the side facing the trailer. You may have to get under the trailer and look or take the tire off to see the date code. The manufacture is required by law to put it on every tire, but it doesn’t spell it right out.

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Posted By Jason Kleindienst

How to Tell When Your Trailer’s Suspension is in Need of Repair

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 5:12:40 PM America/Detroit

Your trailer's suspension system is an integral part of your vehicle and it is important to know what signs to look for when inspecting your trailer suspension for damage or defects.  Knowing when your trailer suspension is in need of repair is not only important to your safety but to the safety of others on the road. When inspecting your trailer suspension, there are key indicators that you can look for to tell if you need repairs. Here, we will take a look at some of those indicators and help you to determine if you are in need of a trailer suspension repair. 

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Posted By Neon Goldfish

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