Inspection, Service & Maintenance Inspection and Service Each Year or 12,000 Miles Item Inspection / Service Manual Section 146 Reference Brakes, all types > Shoes and drums Check for scoring and wear. Replace per manufacturer’s specifications Section 10.2.1.3 See Brake Mfr’s Manual Jack, Drop-leg Grease gears at top See Jack Mfr’s Manual Structure > Frame members > Welds Inspect all frame members, bolts & rivets. Repair or replace damaged, worn or broken parts. Inspect all welds. Repair as needed Section 0 Section 10.2.1.2 Wheels > Wheel Bearings > Rims Disassemble / inspect / assemble and repack. Replace promptly if immersed in water Inspect for cracks & dents. Replace as needed. Section 0 & See Axle Mfr’s Manual Section 0 Structure > Axle Attachment Bolts Check BY DEALER Section 0 10.2 INSPECTION AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS AXLE BOLTS, FRAME, SUSPENSION, & STRUCTURE ! WARNING Worn or broken suspension parts can cause loss of control and injury may result. Have trailer professionally inspected annually and after any impact. To perform many of the inspection and maintenance activities, you must jack up the trailer. When jacking and using jack stands, place them so as to clear wiring, brake lines, and suspension parts (springs, torsion bars, etc.). Place jacks and jack stands under the outer frame rail to which the axles are attached.
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