Parts & Service


If you are a do-it-yourself kind of person, we will happily provide you with the necessary parts for your project. We offer you access to parts for all brands of trailers and RV's.

Here are Some of the Parts We Offer for Your Trailer:

  • Brake Parts & Assemblies
  • Lights / Electrical Plugs / Wiring
  • Tires and Wheels
  • Suspension Systems
  • Jacks
  • Cameras
  • Hitch Locks
  • Axles
  • Ball Mounts
  • Tie Downs / Cargo Control
  • Outdoor Covers – most shapes and sizes

While we carry many parts in stock, we are happy to special order any unique items that we may not carry. We also offer access to Polaris parts from oil change kits to full accessories. Give us a call or shoot us an email to get started.


We are proud to offer a full-service department that covers nearly everything trailer or RV related! We specialize in structural repairs, general service, parts installation, and fabrication. From bearing repacks, gooseneck hitch installations and oil changes to Living Quarter remodels, our 12,000 square foot shop’s six large service bays and full fabrication shop tackle any job. We are also ready to service and repair your Off-Road Vehicle -ATVs, Side by Sides, and Snowmobiles.

Our state-of-the-art service facility also hosts the best fabricators who truly care about your needs. We take pride in our custom work and fabrication capabilities offered to our customers. No matter how simple or complex, we can make it happen! Contact us to set up an appointment or further inquire on our capabilities.

Here are Some of the Services We Offer

Insurance Assistance

In our continued effort to provide you with the best service, we also offer insurance assistance. If your Trailer, Recreational Vehicle or Off-Road Vehicle has been in an accident that resulted in any kind of damage, we’re happy to prepare a quote for your insurance company and provide the necessary repairs.

Trailer Customization

Our technicians can help you customize or add features. Dream it and we will help make it happen. We have the tools, resources, and skills to do most projects whether it involves fabrication, lighting, wiring, jacks, hitches, hay racks or whatever.

Cleaning & Minor Repairs

We can detail, acid wash, clean out the horse areas or whatever is needed to keep your trailer nice.

Bearing Repack

Repacking requires inspecting a trailer’s wheel bearings to clean them and determine whether they need replacement. The bearings must be repacked into the wheel with new grease periodically to prevent friction which could cause the wheels to lock up and require costly repairs. The lubricating grease loses its effectiveness when exposed to water or other elements. Frequent wheel repacking is vital; it should be done every 6 months to a year depending on use and your environmental conditions.

Trailer Lights / Wiring / Brakes

Check your lights and brakes before each trip. Whether you need taillights, interior lights, light adapters, breakaway batteries and brakes, or need repair of chewed wires, our experienced techs can help you out.

Hitches and Jacks

Is cranking your jack making you cranky? Get an electric jack installed. Are your horses stressing because their trailer ride is like a rough trot? Maybe it is time for a stabilizer.

Roof Inspection

Prevent expensive repairs caused by water leaks by doing a regular inspection and repairing trouble spots.

Generator Repair or Replacement

Our techs will keep your generator working so that all the other systems will be available.

Slide Outs and Awnings

It is important to maintain proper operation of the slide outs and awnings. Verify they are properly sealed and lubricated.

Trailer and RV service and repair of most makes and models!

  • Winterization / De-winterization
  • Bearing Repack
  • Hitches
  • Tire Service
  • Detailing
    • Acid Washing
  • Electrical Systems
    • Braking Systems
    • Brake Controls
  • Carpeting/Flooring
    • Floor Replacement
    • Mats
  • Fabrication
    • Aluminum
    • Steel
    • Ladders
    • Storage Pods
    • Hay Pods
    • Hay Racks
    • Tack Packages
    • Walls
    • Partitions
    • Ramps
  • Interior/Exterior
    • Air Conditioning
    • Custom Exterior
    • Lighting
    • Awnings
    • Doors
  • Generator Work
  • Welding
    • Frame
    • Sidewall
    • Studs Walls
    • and More
  • Sheet Metal Repair
  • Stall Dividers
  • Horse Trailer Window Repair and Replacement
  • Drop Down Feed, Butt Side, and More
  • Ventilation System Repairs
  • Axle Maintenance and Repair
  • Living Quarters Repairs:
    • Furniture
    • Sofas
    • Dinettes
    • Countertops
    • Cabinets
    • and More
  • Appliances
    • Furnaces
    • Water Heaters
    • Refrigerators
    • and More
  • RV Service and Repair
    • System Check
    • Electrical
    • Plumbing
  • See RV Service Tab

Benefits Of Regular Trailer Service/Maintenance

Keeping up with routine service/maintenance prolongs the life of your trailer and potentially saves money by preventing costly future and emergency repairs. It often extends the life span of your trailer. Keep your trailer in good condition to protect your horses, livestock, you, others, and the towing vehicle.

Along with the Owner’s Manuals, these guidelines should help you determine your maintenance and repair needs.

Check operation of and/or inspect for wear; replace or repair as needed:

Before Each Use:

  • Breakaway Brakes & Batteries (verify fully charged)
  • Trailer Brakes
  • Hitch Ball and Coupler
  • Safety Chains & Hooks
  • Tires (Remember to check your spare / tools)
  • Wheel Lugs
  • Trailer Structure

After Each Use:

  • Clean floors / Remove mats as needed to keep floor dry
  • Check lights and tire pressure
  • Cover tires or keep them indoors

Every 6 Months

  • Tires (Inspect, rotate as needed)
  • Jack (Grease)
  • Wheel Bearings (Grease and check for looseness)

Every 12 Months*

  • Trailer Structure, Axles, and Axle Attachment Bolts or Welds
  • Wheel Rims
  • Brakes
  • Brake Controller

*Should be done by a professional technician

Welcome to the Saddle Jack power saddle rack!

Our patented electric saddle rack can be installed in almost any horse trailer tack room, whether it is a side tack, large rear tack, or shallow rear tack.

18 second top to bottom cycle time!

With several configurations from which to choose, the Saddle Jack is an easy way for shorter people, or those with back or shoulder problems, to access the saddles on the rack. At the touch of a button, the saddle rack drops down to a managable height, and in the case of a side tack, it also swings out, either electrically or mechanically, depending on the trailer.

Take a look around at the different configurations offered for the Saddle Jack power saddle rack, and give us a call with any questions!

The Saddle Jack is currently offered for sale exclusively through Don Johnson Sales, though dealer inquiries are welcome.

Custom Roof Mounted Hay Rack / Pod

Much more than just a hay rack or enclosed hay pod!

Other uses include water caddy placement, bucket storage, feed storage, bicycle transport, luggage racks, wood shaving bag storage, and generator placement to name a few. There is normally 3”-4” of clearance from roof to bottom of hay rack so pop up vents on roofs are not blocked.

User comments:

  • “We use the space up top to haul hay and panels when we take 3 horses.”
  • “We put our generator and water tank up there not only to free up space in our tack room but also because it’s a heavy bugger and it’s easier for me to climb a ladder and haul a gas can up with a rope than wrestle with unloading the generator.”
  • “We use ours if we are going for an extended period to haul extra hay/ bedding, etc.”
  • “It is cheaper than buying a bigger trailer when all our stalls are full and we have hay and gear to haul.”
  • “As far as keeping things dry in a hay rack, I put a good tarp down, load the hay on it & then wrap & tie securely.”
  • “Use this space to store luggage bags, coolers, camping gear, bags of feed or even spare bedding. You can tie about anything down on a sturdy rack.”
  • “The larger contractor's garbage bags available at the big box stores, will completely hold one of our bales, and can be wrapped or taped to seal the bale from the environment.” For us, handling one bale at a time is easier than trying to wrap and unwrap an entire load each time you need one bale. Having each one wrapped individually, and having a tarp covering the whole lot, ensures the best weather protection.”
  • “We use ours for our kayaks and other equipment for our vacations.”