It's Spring time again folks. Before embarking on another year it's time to go over our trailers, do an inspection and fix all of those things that got worn out and broken last year. On my list of things to be done this year is to replace my trailer coupler and ball. Over time these do wear and replacing them is far cheaper than having a trailer get loose and cause an accident. Mine have gotten sloppy over the years and I can hear a slight bang each time I take off or slow down. My coupler is an Atwood and it's non adjustable so replacement is the only option. My trailer ball was used when I got it and that was 8 years ago. With welding included the cost should be $150 at the most so I feel as though it is money well spent. Also make sure your emergency battery is in good shape and holds a charge. Yank the pin out of the disconnect and make sure the brakes come on. What are some other things we should be checking/adjusting to get our trailers ready for the new year?