Performance Trailer Braking Blog
Tips from the Performance Trailer Braking team
How Your Trailer Brakes are Impacting Your Tow Vehicle Brakes
FAQs About Trailer Brakes
Basics of Electric Over Hydraulic Brake Conversion
Top Trailer-Towing Tips
How Trailer Braking Protects What Matters
Disc Brake Kits vs. Hiring a Specialist: Part I
Disc Brake Kits vs. Hiring a Specialist: Part II
Selecting the Right RV for You – Part 1
Selecting Your Perfect RV – Part 2
Selecting Your Perfect RV – Part 3
What is Trailer Sway?
Disc Brake Conversion: How To Do It Yourself
How To Test Your Dexter Brakerite Actuator
Is The Full-Time RVing Lifestyle For You?
10 Tips To Prepare For An RV Trip – Part 1
10 Tips To Prepare For An RV Trip – Part 2
Prepare Your Trailer For Emergencies – Part 1
Prepare Your Trailer For Emergencies – Part 2
Trailer Ideas For A Rainy Day
10 RV Resorts You Should Know About – Part 1
10 RV Resorts You Should Know About – Part 2
Tips For Traveling With A Pet – Part 1
Tips For Traveling With A Pet – Part 2
"Thank you for making this happen"
Preston and Alyssa did a fantastic job, very professional couple and a great representative for Performance Trailer Braking. Thank you for making this happen. ?
"...Promptly and was professionally done."
Josh and Heather were outstanding. The job was completed promptly and was professionally done. The routing of the lines was better than OEM quality. I am a very picky person when it come Read Mores to who works on my equipment and I do not give praise without good reason. I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone looking for a new braking system.
Thanks to everyone at your organization for a very smooth transaction and install.
"We are happy campers"
Thank you for the professional installation of my new disk brakes. Preston installed them on 12/30/2019 and the next day traveling thru Dallas/Fort Worth we had three occasions to stop Read Morequickly with confidence on 35W. We pull 15,000 miles a year thru mountains and flats. I now relax behind the wheel pulling our 40 ft 16,000 lb 5th wheel. We are happy campers, Dump those drum brakes for disk brakes. Thank you to your entire team in Norman, OK. My old drum brakes always felt like the trailer was pushing the truck when I stopped. Now I feel like the trailer and truck stop together with no feeling of being pushed. You have to remind yourself the trailer is still back there.
Gil and Sandy Palmer