Trailer repair and maintenance services are vital for your operations. Without them, your fleet would idle on the side of the road while your clients wait for their cargo to arrive. There are more than 2 million tractor trailers cruising down America’s roads carrying more than 9 billion tons of goods each year and you can’t afford to be the one that’s sitting in the parking lot while others profit from the long-hauls that businesses are built upon.
Axles can break anywhere, anytime, and for any reason. It can happen with no load or a heavy load. Whatever the reason, and wherever the location, the Axle Surgeons at Trailer Services of West Texas have the grease, grit, skills, and training to get you back on the road.
Hazardous cargo tank trailer repair is governed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the guidelines they set forth for the process. These tank trailer repair guidelines govern the registration, accreditation and certification requirements for the company performing the repairs as well as the specialized technicians performing the repairs.
A broken or damaged axle or spindle never occurs at a convenient time. When you need an axle or spindle repair or replacement, you need it done as soon as possible. Trailer Services of West Texas specialists have extensive experience with trailer repair, inspection, and modification. Our team is prepared to get your trailer up and running again as quickly as possible and at a competitive price. Our services include repair and replacement of trailer axles, drive axles, and steering axles as well as steer spindles.
Following a major accident, such as roll-over or low bridge collision, you may think that your trailer is destined for the scrap yard. While there is no guarantee a trailer service will be able to repair your trailer in full, a reputable, experienced trailer repair service is often able to repair severely damaged trailers to new or nearly new condition.
When looking to repair or replace your semi-trailer kingpin, make sure to select an expert mechanic and refinisher in the Amarillo, Lubbock or Odessa, Texas regions. Whether you’re renting your trailer, own it or are looking to buy or rent a new one, checking the condition of your kingpin regularly is important to the safety of your entire rig as well as other drivers on the road. If your kingpin is worn out, the stability of your entire trailer is compromised. By repairing your trailer kingpin, replacing it completely or even choosing to upgrade to a new or used trailer, you’ll guarantee your trailer is ready for the long haul.
Amarillo Thermo King and West Texas Thermo King proudly boast of a team of certified staff who have received specialized training to work on all types of Thermo King, Carrier and Red Dot units and systems. We also construct replacement OEM cab air hoses. All of our locations and our sister companies offer a comprehensive service trailer repair facility to repair and replace axles, ABS brakes, MAXON lift gates and to rebuild trailers. The following details each of our service offerings in full.