Torklift Central is your flatbed trailer repair shop. We are located in Kent, WA which is only 20 miles from north of Tacoma and 20 miles south of Seattle. We’ve been serving Milton, Fife, Gig Harbor, Maple Valley, Bonney Lake and the surrounding Pacific Northwest for 45 years. We specialize in all types of flatbed trailer repair and we are here to help.
How much does flatbed trailer repair cost?
It depends on what type of work is needed. Repairs can start under $100 but are also very customizable.
What type of flatbed trailer repair does Torklift Central offer?
All. Plain and simple. Below is a partial list of flatbed trailer repair we offer:
Why should I take my flatbed trailer repair to Torklift Central?
Our technicians have been conducting flatbed trailer repair for more than 20 years – with us! That is experience you can count on. Did you know we are home to the College of Trailer Hitch and Towing Knowledge? This means we are responsible for training area dealers, as well as dealers across the United States and Canada, all about trailer hitches and trailers. When you come to Torklift Central you are coming to the source of trailer repair. We even have trailers that we custom built at our shop decades ago that are still on the road today. We can make your flatbed trailer just as bullet proof. We also specialize in wiring – we know just how to wire any flatbed trailer. On top of everything, let’s add one more thing: our Lifetime Workmanship Warranty. This is a real warranty – not a warranty loaded with fine print. We take care of you. Period.
Tell me about your Free Way Trailer Safety Inspection for my flatbed trailer
Our FREE safety inspection referred to as the Free Way Trailer Safety Inspection was created just for you and your flatbed trailer repairs so they can be completed – your way. This free service is just for you and your needs and is complimentary when you book or schedule a bearing repack. Let us make sure you are safe before you head down the freeway. Book this complimentary appointment with us and we will conduct your inspection and make any needed recommendations for your review. Don’t worry – no pushy salesperson will pressure you into doing the recommended services. We don’t like that either, so we won’t do that to you. We offer this free service – your way.
What is included in the Free Way Trailer Safety Inspection?
We are going to take a look at your leaf springs, wheel bearings, fenders, axles, lights, brakes, trailer jacks, trailer tongue, coupler, frame and wiring. During this inspection we will do our best to get into the nitty gritty of your trailer but because this is a complimentary service, components will not be removed for deeper inspection, but don’t worry, we know just what to look for. If you would like to upgrade your inspection to allow us to remove your hubs to see your wheel bearings and brakes in their entirety, we can do that too for $50. If you decide to schedule your wheel bearing repack (which should be done annually) or your brake replacement, the upgrade cost is waived.
What is the main cause of why flatbed trailers break down on the freeway?
It’s this teeny tiny maintenance that your trailer manufacturer recommends you do annually that turns into a massive monster of a repair. Avoiding annual trailer wheel bearing replacement will eventually have you parked on the side of the freeway as other cars zip past you. The cost is high for these ensuing repairs if you forget to have your trailer wheel bearing replacement completed. We know how to replace trailer bearings and the cost starts at right around $199.99 which is cheap compared to wheel bearing failure. Don’t let this happen to you.