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Posted on Sunday Mar 23, 2014 at 1:44 PM  

My boat trailer tires are bottoming out on the fenders when I hit a bump and I need some lift blocks installed and some suspension work done.   Can anyone recommend a good shop in the Tulsa area? 

Posted on Sunday Mar 23, 2014 at 7:12 PM  
Broken Arrow Hitch & Trailer is actually in Bixby now and I have used them a couple of times. They are at 8806 E. 131st South. Phone 918-369-7855

Posted on Monday Mar 24, 2014 at 1:52 PM  
Thanks chiefangler I got it in the shop there today and they are going to get it fixed.
Posted on Monday Mar 24, 2014 at 5:50 PM  
Those guys do a good job.  I think you'll be pleased.
Posted on Monday Mar 24, 2014 at 7:09 PM  
Good luck, I have had nothing but very bad experience with them. 200ftlbs on lug nuts. made studs spins when I was trying to change a flat along side of road. Wrong spring on trailer. Damaged my tire. They said they knew it was wrong one, but thought it might work. Knocked Steve's grease zerts off of his spindles on purpose. He had to buy new spindles. I wouldn't go there again if it was free.


I don't believe in Miracles, I rely on them.
Dave Clark Hybrid/Striper/Sandbass Guide
 Fishonok.com
YETI Pro staff,
Pro Staff Baitbuster Cast nets 1.5lbs per foot and six panel
Posted on Monday Mar 24, 2014 at 7:35 PM  
Well after what Dave posted I hope you get good service. I have not had any problems there.
Posted on Monday Mar 24, 2014 at 8:12 PM  
Well, I hope I don't get screwed.  I'll be sure and check the lug nuts when I get the trailer back. 
Posted on Tuesday Mar 25, 2014 at 6:53 AM  
Big Jon I would for sure. I ended up taking mine to Robertson tire. They used a 6ft cheater bar to break them loose. The ones that didn't break loose and spun they cut off with a torch.. They did teach me a lesson though. Every time I have new tires put on, I always check the lugs when I get home. It's not fun trying to change a tire with the studs spinning. I had to drive home from Skiatook on a flat and then drill and split the lug nut off to get the stud out. Then the wife came out and suggested that maybe I need to check the others(leave it to wives). that's when I found I could not even start to turn those.
 On the spring, I told them when I picked it up it did not look right, They said it was. So I went ahead and took it. Every time I would hit a small bump smoke would come out of the fender well.  so I took it back to them. And they said, "we knew it was the wrong springs but thought they would work." That little ordeal cost me 1200$ by the time I was done with them and what it cost me to get the studs and lugs replaced.


I don't believe in Miracles, I rely on them.
Dave Clark Hybrid/Striper/Sandbass Guide
 Fishonok.com
YETI Pro staff,
Pro Staff Baitbuster Cast nets 1.5lbs per foot and six panel
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