Are Aluma Trailers worth the money?

Are Aluma Trailers worth the money?

Are Aluma Trailers worth the money?

Yes, aluminium utility trailers are worth the money. They are perfect for both personal use and business use. Lightness thanks to the aluminum and also stability, solidity, quality are the key words of these utility trailers.

What does BT stand for in Aluma Trailers?

Tilt Trailers. Tandem Axle Trailers. Truck Beds. Picnic Tables and Park Benches. Parts and Accessories.

Where are Aluma Trailers made?

Emmetsberg, Iowa
Today, Aluma trailers are built in a 43,000 square foot expansion onto their 105,000 square foot building in Emmetsberg, Iowa. And, they build 300 trailers per week!

Do aluminum trailers hold their value?

Aluminum trailers traditionally hold their value longer and, with just minimum maintenance, are far less likely to rust and corrode. Plus, most trailer owners report that aluminum trailers pull much easier. However, if you choose to purchase an aluminum trailer, make sure that’s what you’re actually getting.

How long will an all aluminum trailer last?

One of the most common — and most important — questions we hear is, “How long does a trailer last?” That entirely depends on the quality of the trailer, the type of trailer, and how well you maintain it. However, we will say that an average high-quality enclosed trailer will last between 10 and 15 years.

How do you clean an Aluma trailer?

You can use any type of aluminum polish or cleaner. For painted aluminum sheeting on enclosed trailers, any non-abrasive, mild automotive cleanser can be used (car wash soap, i.e.). Aluma-Brite and Citra Brite are two brands used and recommended by dealers and owners.

How much does an Aluma trailer weigh?

81″ X 15′ GVW: 840 LBS Empty Weight: 2,990 LBS Ramp Bi-fold tailgate Solid front/sides Standard Features: 12″ Solid front 69″x12″ Front side ramps – 12″ solid side on balance of trailer.

How much does an aluminum car trailer weigh?

The Aluminum Car Hauler trailer is a lightweight, low maintenance alternative to the steel version. It is available with 7000lb, 9900lb or 14000lb GVWR. As a lighter weight trailer, it offers a slightly higher payload capacity than steel.