This trailer was produced with the best available materials and quality craftsmanship. However, you as the owner,
have certain responsibilities for the correct care of the equipment. Attention to regular preventative maintenance
procedures will assist in preserving the performance of your equipment.
Tire Air Pressure
Wheel Lugs, Bolts & Nuts
Safety Chains at Hitch Ball
Tie Down Devices
Lights & Signals
* Check lug nuts for tightness before initial trip, at 10 miles, 25 miles and 50 miles. Recheck at least every 3 months or 3000 miles
Inflate to proper pressure indicated on sidewall
Tighten to proper torque specifications
Check for damage and or out-of-round
Check for sufficient lube.
Check lock mechanism.
Check for unusual wear.
Check for abrasion, distortion
and general integrity of links.
Check for proper fastening &
hitch pin in position and secure.
Check for proper adjustment & operation
Test switch operation and connections
Pull switch pin, check charge indicator light
Check load distribution & security
Check fastenings. Lube.
Check all weld beads for cracks or separations
Grease zerks with a Lithium complex grease
Check for fracturing, distortion
and improper anchoring.
Check to make sure all are working
properly. Replace burned out bulbs.
Karcher Trailer Operator's Manual 9.800-199.0 - E
Every 3000 mi or 3 mos.*
Every 6000 mi or 6 mos.
Every 6000 mi. or 6 mos.
Every 3000 mi. or 3 mos.
Every 3000 mi., or 3 mos.