How To Finance A Trailer

Posted on June 26th, 2017 by Online Marketing

If you’ve been wondering how to finance the purchase of a new trailer, look no further! The fine folks at PJ break it down for you right here.

Visit us at 1195 Ramada Dr in Paso Robles CA to check out all the trailers we have available. If we don’t have what you’re looking for we can order it for you.

See you soon!

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Closing Early On Friday

Posted on June 7th, 2017 by Aaron Montgomery

Heads up!

It’s Soccer tournament time again and Trailer Barn will be closing at 3pm on Friday June 9, 2017. If you need anything before the weekend we highly suggest coming in ASAP.


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We’re Hiring

Posted on February 1st, 2017 by Aaron Montgomery


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Maintenance Monday: Tires, They’re Kind Of Important.

Posted on October 26th, 2015 by Aaron Montgomery


Tires are more than “kind of” important. Let’s face it, without them your trailer isn’t going anywhere. When it comes to tires there are three main things you should routinely check and maintain.

1. Tire Pressure – This is a very easy thing to check before you use your trailer. The 2-3 minutes it takes you to check the pressure is nothing compared to the time you might spend on the side of road. An overinflated tire can blowout causing damage to the trailer and a possible accident. On the other side of the spectrum, an underinflated tire will wear more quickly, which will result in having to replace your tires more frequently. Be sure to check the recommended tire pressure that’s listed on the side of tire.

2. Thread Depth – It’s recommended to check thread depth once a month if you use your trailer a lot. Tread depth should be 3/32″ for best trailer functionality. Low tread depth will make it harder to stop on wet roads and is also more likely to blowout. As good practice be sure to check the exterior wall of the tire for cracking when checking out your tread depth. Cracking is bad and is common with trailers that sit unused for long periods of time.

3. Tire Rotation – You should rotate your trailer tires every 10,000 miles. Rotating regularly is a good way to ensure that your tires wear as evenly as possible, which will maximize the life of your tires as well decreasing the chances of a blowout. Also, don’t forget to check your spare.

If you have any questions please leave a comment or call us at 805-227-4300.

Happy Towing!
– The Trailer Barn

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The Essential Trailer Hook-Up Checklist

Posted on August 27th, 2015 by Aaron Montgomery


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Are You Sagging??

Posted on October 20th, 2014 by Aaron Montgomery


Are you Sagging, Swaying or Both??  Here’s your answer!!

SuperSprings International Inc, is a manufacturer and distributor of Maxim, Rebel and Solo style SUMOSPRINGS – the world’s first airless airbags; SUPERSPRINGS – the unique, self adjusting leaf spring suspension enhancers; COIL SUMOSPRINGS – the easily installed answer to boosting your front or rear coil springs suspension; SUPERSWAY-STOPS – the simple solution to reducing camper body-roll; SUPERCOILS – the heavy duty, replacement front end coil springs and the SUMO-RAPTOR kit designed to enhance the Ford Raptor suspension.

Trailer Barn Inc mechanics have installed all of SuperSprings products for over 6 years.  We are the ONLY Factory Direct Dealer on the Central Coast.  We have a direct line to SuperSprings tech support which allows us to handle any installation application.


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