BOAT TRAILER SERVICING

Bold Trailer And Caravan Repair Centre (Bold TCRC) can service all makes and models of boat trailers.
With over 22 years experience, our team of licences includes motor mechanics, auto electricians, automotive body builders and metal fabricators is here to help you.

From the moment you call and book in, to the time you pick up your boat trailer, Bold TCRC has you covered with SMS reminders of your appointment, reversing your boat trailer into the workshop for you and discussing it with you before you leave.

We use quality parts and provide a full explanation of the work that was completed when you pick it up.

If while at the workshop we discover any additional issues that were not discussed with you when you dropped off your boat trailer, we will contact you to explain what had been found and ask for approval before we proceed with the repairs.

Never forget your servicing again. To make sure you are always travelling as safely as possible we will send you a reminder via email and SMS when it is time for your boat trailers next service.

BOAT TRAILER SERVICE INCLUDES:
  • Bearings and wheel hubs

  • Brake inspection and adjustment

  • Tyres and rims

  • Suspension, springs and shackles checked for wear and grease

  • Lights, wiring and trailer plug.

  • Inspect chassis rails, cross-members and draw bar for damage / cracks / fatigue

  • Handbrake cable adjusted and checked

  • Calipers

  • Coupling/hitch and Jockey wheel lubricated for ease of operation

  • Check winch

  • Check safety chain and shackles

  • Hydraulic brake lines and fluid (where fitted)

  • Brake Actuator

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Boat trailer manufacturers recommend you service your boat trailer every 10,000km or 12 months, whichever comes first.

Your springs need to be replaced if they are snapped, you can see separation between the leaves or any component of the spring has been damaged. 

Tyre pressure is indicated on the side wall of your tyre. It usually states a maximum PSI. Never tow a boat trailer at the maximum PSI. As a rule of thumb you reduce it by 20% of the maximum PSI to allow expansion when the tyre gets hot.

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