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Guide to Buying a Trailer Here are some important points to consider when buying a durable trailer. One thing that you should note if you are buying an enclosed trailer is whether the trailer is all aluminum or steel framed. There are a lot of trailer sellers who would indicate that the trailer is an aluminum trailer just because the body portion of the trailer has an aluminum skin. This is not an aluminum trailer. If you are going to use your trailer in a state where road salt is used during winter months, then it is important that you buy a true all aluminum trailer. All aluminum trailers are light, strong, and will not rust. Aluminum trailers are the best in pulling and the most secure pulling trailer around. An all aluminum trailer is expensive since aluminum and manufacturing has a high cost.
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This does not mean not steel framed trailer are poor types of trailer. You can buy steel framed trailers that are of very high quality, strong, and great looking. Sometimes sellers will tell you that a trailer is all aluminum when in fact it is a steel framed one, and the reason is quite obvious since all aluminum costs more, they can earn more profit selling it as such.
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In order to prove that the trailer manufacturer is following proper quality manufacturing procedures, make sure that the trailer has the n.a.t.m. decal and identification number. Make sure that the trailer brand is legitimate and has an address, website, and corporate offices. A steel framed trailer should be painted with powder coated paint systems over traditional enamel or sprayed paint. If you see a dull, smelly paint on a trailer showing rust, then the paint used was a sprayed-on paint system. With a powder coated system you have a better bonding, harder and scratch and chip resistant paint. It is also rust resistance and you trailer will look good for long. Look for a trailer with good axle quality and size since your trailer and load will rely on axles and tires. You can choose from torsion flex axles or leaf spring axles. It is more expensive to buy quality torsion axles. But they give a much better ride and pull when they are loaded. The torque load on the flexible mechanics of the axle is more controlled in this type of axle. The focus of the leaf spring axle is more on the down pressure of the load. Towing and handling is better will torsion axles since the trailer height can be lowered. One important thing to consider are its brakes. Make sure that each axle under your trailer has brakes. Brakeless axles are made my manufactures, sold by retailers, and the consumer deals with whatever happens and its consequences. Always make sure that every axle on the trailer you are viewing is equipped with brakes.