Trailer MaintenanceDate of the class: Saturday, June 13, 2020

Time of the class: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Location: Metropolitan Garage

Let the staff at Metropolitan Garage show you how to take care of your boat trailer. (Other types of trailers are welcome too – snow machine, water hauling, etc.)

Every year the wheel bearings in trailers need to be inspected. This is a procedure every trailer owner can and should do.  And TRAILER LIGHTS! Why do they never work?? Let us teach you the maintenance process. We will teach bearing inspection, cleaning, greasing, seal replacement, setting bearing load as well as basic lighting maintenance and replacement of frayed connectors or bulbs.

Note: This class is on maintenance, not repairs or for commercial trailers.

We are opening the class to 10 folks who bring their trailer at a cost of $50. Bring your trailer and 2 jack stands if you have them.

Metropolitan GarageAdditional students may observe and learn without their trailer at a cost of $25.

Materials are not included in the cost, however, parts will be available for purchase at the class.

The class will take place outdoors, and in the shop space at Metro (3208 International St.), with garage doors open.

Note: Please bring face covering to wear during class.

Maximum number of students: 20

Minimum number of students: 3

Age range: 18 or older. 

Trailer MaintenancePrerequisites:  none

Cost: $50 with trailer. $25 without trailer.

Contact: Rebecca Levey:

Pre-registration: This class is pre-registration only. Please register by 2 days before the class begins. Registration will be closed after this time.



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