Trailer Service / Repair in Fort Myers

​​​​​​​​​​Jones Service Repair

Welding  Fabrication, trailer service / repair in Lehigh acres / fort myers

Tel: + 1 (239) 895-3912

PO Box 908 lehigh acres, fl 33970​​​​

TRAILER MAINTENANCE

Tires, Bearings, and Lights

Welding Fabrication, trailer Service / repair, Lehigh Acres / fort Myers
Check the pressure on all of your tires to verify that they are inflated to the proper PSI, as stated on the outer wall of the tire. Check the wheel bearings every 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) or every 6 months (whichever comes first). Ensure that there is plenty of grease in the hub. If required, repack the hub with clean grease and replace any damaged components. For step-by-step instructions on how to repack your wheel bearings. * It is recommended that you check your bearings before and during any trips that exceed 1,000 miles or 1,600 kilometers. * Examine the electrical connector on your trailer. All prongs should be clean and secure. If there is any corrosion, you may use a wire brush, electrical contact cleaner and dielectric grease to maximize conductivity.


​​Parts & Service :
Be sure to check out our full service center. Available services include:
Tires
Install Wiring
Replace Brakes
Install Air Conditioning
Repack Bearings
Service Trailers up to 12K Axles
Locate and Repair Wiring Shorts
Check and Rewire Lights

We also have hundreds of parts in stock, including:

Wheels & Hubs
Al-ko Dexter Axles
Pingle Motorcycle Chocks & Hardware
Red Line Products
Idler Hubs
Wiring
Brake Controllers
Leaf Springs / U-bolts
Tires (175/80R13 205/75R14 205/75R15 225/75R15 235/80R16)
Lights
Trailmaster Tires
D-Rings
Dexter Axles
Air Conditioners
E-Track Straps & Tie-Downs
Wheels
Locks
Brake Drums
Axles
Couplers
Fenders
Brakes
Balls
Seals
Ball Mounts
Bearings

Coupler & Hitch

 

If you have changed vehicles, check your new vehicle owner manual to ensure it is capable of towing your trailer. You will need to have a minimum Class 2 hitch with a 2in ball. Ensure that the vehicle hitch is set to the appropriate height. The tongue of the trailer should be parallel to the ground when the trailer is latched onto the vehicle. Always make sure you are using the correct size ball! The coupler should be well lubricated for optimal performance.

Sides, Gates & Ramps

 

Examine your trailer to ensure that all hardware is secure and free of corrosion. Replace any loose or damaged hardware. For utility trailers, ensure that your ring snap pins and safety straps are correctly installed and functioning properly. For landscape trailers, all hinges and locking bars/pins should also be checked and properly secured before towing. These simple pre trip ideas can save you alot of time and money and more importantly less headaches!