Well. That was interesting and frustrating.
One side of the Bro is perfect. The drivers side not so. So possibly bent wheels or spindles, given Bill's link. My bet is wheels. My hope is wheels. Less expensive.
Discovered a few things. Make sure you have the same size and rating of tires on each wheel. Same brand would be good. Same tire pressure. Makes a difference.
Finding a shop to do this work is not going to be easy, nor likely cheap. I have to go to Camping World outside of Flagstaff. Two alignment shops here looked at me like I was crazy. Of course they also sold tires, so what did I expect? Maintenance that saved tire wear? Not on their dime.
Got a chance to check the 16'er. I bought it new in '04. It is perfect. Haven't checked the PP yet. But I need the Bro next Friday to meet with my unloading/reloading team in Kingman. The PP will have to wait. More on the the to-do list.
If I could still do the work, I'd look into this: http://www.themobileoutfitters.com/i...-correct-track
That ought to keep you out of the bars, Rob.
FWIW, the PP is my 24 foot cargo trailer housing the shop equipment, i.e., the Putter Palace. The Bro is a 24' cargo trailer a little shorter in height, serving as the PP's garage, or the PP's little brother, hence, Bro. The 16 footer never got a name. Probably feels inferior in some way. It was my original shop trailer the guys saw a few years ago on their trip out west.