There will be a presentation by Performance Trailer Braking on Thursday the 16th of January at 10:30 AM at our circle. I have been told by Kelly Barnett that they will also be able to do installs while there for anyone who wants the disc brake upgrade to their trailer. If this is wanted, Kelly needs to be contacted soon, as they need 6 weeks prior to the event to get the parts ordered for an install. She can be contacted as below.
I received an email from Kelly Barnett of Performance Trailer Braking today saying time is running out for anyone wishing to have their trailer upgraded to disk brakes while at Quartzsite, since parts need to be ordered well ahead of time so they can be delivered in time for installation while at Quartzsite. If anyone is wanting this upgrade and/or a suspension upgrade, they need to contact Kelly soon.
We'll need a picture of their axle tag. They will find the axle tag on the back of the axles, underneath the trailer.
Year, make and model (example: 2011 Heartland Landmark)
Axle manufacturer: (example: Lippert, Dexter, Alko)
Number of axles: (example: single, tandem, triple)
Axle size (example: 5.2k, 6k, 7k, 8k)
Number of lug nuts: (example: 5, 6 or 8)
Stud size: (example: 1/2 inch or 9/16 inch)
*we can get most of the axle information off of the axle tag you send us
Tow Vehicle information:
Year and make (example: 2016 F-450)
What type of controller is in the vehicle (integrated or after market – if after market what model?)
If your considering, it was the best addition we have made, HIGHLY RECOMMEND it, we had Performance do our 2017 3820FK last week in AZ. The stopping distance was noticed immediately, no more pushing us along. Absolutely fantastic install tech too.
Rick & Joyce Jones
RMC(SW) USN Ret.; AT&T Ret.
2017 3820FK, Predator 3500 Gen, Performance DISC Brakes, 2016 Chevy High Country 3500 Diesel Dually