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27 Jun

Update: New Kit Option

Welcome back to the Trailer Blocks Blog,

We have an announcement we'd like to share with you. Starting now, we'll be adding a brand new component to our range of signature lift/lowering block kits: Pressed Steel Tie Plates

Trailer Blocks kit with tie plate

When you visit our store, you'll see that we've introduced the tie plates as part of a new kit option. The kit will include our signature aluminum trailer blocks, U-bolts and tie plates, able to accommodate all appropriate sizes

Our goal in adding the tie plates to our kit lineup is to provide a high quality factory replacement when mounting a lift/lowering block to your trailer. We've been hearing from some folks that their current tie plates are bent, rusted or generally inadequate and we came to the unanimous decision that this simply won't do.

We hope this new kit will supplement your needs when customizing your trailer ride height.

20 Feb

Update: New Lift/Lowering Kit Options

It's been a little while, but we're back at it here at the Trailer Blocks Blog!

First off, we'd like to make an announcement. We are now offering an accompanying product for our signature lift/lowering blocks: Lift/Lowering Kits

Marine Axle Kit Example Image

Our goal in providing these kits is to help take as much guess work out of the installation process as possible when lifting or lowering your trailers, in addition to making the overall process easier for any user. Our kits are per axle and include a pair of lift/lowering blocks and four u-bolts. We offer a wide selection of kits to help accommodate many popular axle weight ratings. The kits are an entirely bolt-on solution, allowing you to bypass taking your trailer into a suspension or fabrication shop during the installation process and do it yourself in the simplest way possible.

As always, we value your feedback here at Trailer Blocks. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please leave a comment below or feel free to get in touch with us at contact@trailerblocks.com.

More in the coming days.

17 Oct

Update: October 17, 2013

As the Trailer Block site continues to grow, we'd like to keep you up to date on our current activities. In the coming weeks, we intend to add more critical features to help complete the Trailer Blocks experience. Our Media Gallery will be our first priority, allowing you to submit, share and enjoy pictures (and in the future, video content) with us and each other. We'll be uploading various bits of content ourselves occasionally to show you our line of products.

We'd also like to inform you that we'll be offering new dimensions of our aluminum lift/lowering blocks in the near future. This will allow for an increased variation in lift/lowering kit options to accommodate multiple trailer weights and configurations. More updates coming soon.

Finally, a upcoming feature of this blog will include statistics from our team about our trailer accessories and how they have performed on the road. We've put the 1-3/4" model to the test and we're excited to share our results in an upcoming performance report.

We look forward to releasing the new features and if you have any feedback or questions, please contact us at contact@trailerblocks.com.

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