Aluminum Trailers for Sale

Shop Aluminum Trailers for Sale at AJ’s Truck & Trailer Center. We sell aluminum trailers, including aluminum utility trailers, from brands including Carry-OnPrimo, and DuraBull. These trailers are in stock and available for pickup at our store, located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Areas we serve include cities across Pennsylvania, from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia, plus Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Washington DC and beyond. We can also deliver or ship your trailer to anywhere within the continental United States. Contact us for a delivery estimate. Still got questions? Read all about aluminum trailers vs. steel trailers, get warranty information, check our FAQs, or discover why you should buy your aluminum trailer from AJ’s. Trust our dealership for all your trailer needs.

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    Aluminum Trailers vs. Steel Trailers

    While you need to consider what you will use your trailer for, weight, strength, corrosion-resistance, carbon footprint and cost all play roles in deciding what type of aluminum trailer is best for you.

    Aluminum trailers weigh less than steel, which could ultimately affect the load you are capable of carrying. Also, pulling a lighter trailer is more fuel efficient. Steel is known to be strong and durable. However, modern aluminum is tougher than you think. It may not match steel’s strength, but it can certainly hold its own. Rust and corrosion won’t be an issue with aluminum trailers, either. While the initial cost of an aluminum trailer may be higher, in the long run the cost vs. steel will equal out after maintenance and upkeep are factored in.

    After looking at these factors, and many more, it becomes clear that an aluminum trailer is a viable option. Of course, it depends on your situation. Please call, contact us or stop into our Harrisburg, PA dealership to explain your trailer needs. Whether an aluminum trailer or a steel trailer is best for you, our experts will help you make the right decision.