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•32 point Trailer Inspection•
Perform according to Standard Repair Practices, Section 100 as required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration: Rules & Regulations Part 396:17 and Appendix G
Check for DVCR (s)
|2.||Check glandhead and seals.|
|3.||Check condition of all operational & warning decals.|
|4.||Check lights and wiring.|
|5.||Check all reflectors and conspicuity tape.|
|6.||Check for physical damage and record.|
|7.||Check mud flaps|
|8.||Check license plates, bracket and permits|
|9.||Perform Rear Underride Guard (RUG) Inspection.|
|10.||Tire & Wheel Inspection
Check tires for irregular or alignment wear.
|11.||Check for cuts or tears.|
|12.||Check for tread depth and air pressure.|
|13.||Check PSI decal;adjust tires to correct PSI.|
|14.||Check dual mating with square.|
|15.||Check valve stems and double check caps.|
|16.||Check wheels for cracks of loose lugs.|
|17.||Check outer hubs for leaks.|
Check cross members and under structure.
|19.||Check all suspension components (leaf spring suspension)|
|20.||Check operation of sliding tandem.|
|21.||Check all suspension components (air ride suspension)|
Check for proper operation of automatic slack adjuster.
|23.||Adjust manual slack adjusters (if applicable).|
|24.||Check and record brake lining thickness.|
|25.||Check and record brake drum condition.|
|26.||Check brake chambers, trailer valves, and airlines for leaks.|
|27.||Check ABS system and wheel bearings.|
|28.||Lubrication (Conventional Lubrications System)
Hubs running in oil: check and adjust lubricant level using 50 wt synthetic oil (if necessary).
|29.||Hubs running in Semi-fluid: check and adjust lubricant level annually.|
|30.||Check hub cap magnetic plugs for metal particles.|
|31.||Lubricate trailer with approved chassis lube.|
|32.||Lubrication (single Point Lubrication System)
Lubricate trailer with approved chassis lube.