Absolutely GREAT SERVICE.
Give him your Serial Number, model specs and he does the rest.
We have a 1974 Tradewind. We contacted Colin last fall, they arrived and bolted right in.....no stress.
Hook the trailer to your truck, set the e-brake.
Jack the trailer up, remove the wheels from 1 axle, set it back down on the other....chock as needed.
Sawzall off the 2 bolts on each side (careful here, it will fall out), remove the axle and wire brush that area. Prime and paint with Rust Oleum...let dry between coats.
Jack up the new axle and bolt it in...same process for the other axle.
All the welds were good, plates were where they were supposed to be. I have read that some axle vendors do not weld on the plates or have the holes in the correct location....Colin knows what to do. Price is very competitive.
Upgrade to 33.5 degrees, 3200 lbs., get your shocks from Google ($85.00 for all 4)
Thanks again Colin if you read this.