Equipment Trailer Customization
Whether you are looking for a light-duty equipment trailer to carry supplies or a small tractor, or a heavy-duty trailer for your construction company, our gooseneck, and heavy equipment trailers can handle whatever load you wish to place on them. Split Tilt Trailers, Full Tilt Trailers, Deck Over Equipment Trailers, Gooseneck, Hydraulic and Non-Hydraulic, and Heavy Equipment are some of the trailers we stock. Everyone has different needs and uses in mind for their heavy equipment trailer, with various sizes, load capacities, loading and gate options and more, we are able to customize any trailer to your liking.
Popular customizations on Equipment Trailers include Max Ramps, Wide Ramps, Heavy-Duty Ramps, Cleated Ramps, Slid-in or Flip-knee Ramps, or Black Wheels. You can add Extra D-Rings, a Lockable Steel Tongue Box, a 2nd Drop-leg Jack, or a custom paint color.
Our trailers are available for on-site pick-up or delivery. AJ’s is conveniently located off Route 81 and easily accessible from our surrounding states, such as NY, NJ, MD, VA, CT, OH, WV, and MA. Want an added bonus for making the trip? Just ask us about our Travel Reward Discount! It’s our way of saying, thanks for making the trip! If you can’t make it out, we’ll bring the trailer to you. Call us or calculate an estimate here. We also offer financing to help make your new trailer affordable.
Equipment Trailer Maintenance Tips
Wheel lugs can shift and settle quickly after being first assembled. You should check and tighten the lugs after the first 10, 25 and 50 miles of driving. Failure to perform this check may result in a wheel coming loose from the trailer, causing a crash leading to death or serious injury.
Tire Safety Checklist
- Check tire pressure regularly (at least once a month), including the spare.
- Inspect tires for uneven wear patterns on the tread, cracks, foreign objects, or other signs of wear or trauma.
- Remove bits of glass and foreign objects wedged in the tread.
- Make sure your tire valves have valve caps.
- Check tire pressure before going on a long trip.
- Do not overload your trailer.
Before each tow, check the trailer taillights, stoplights, turn signals and any clearance lights for proper operation.
If the trailer has been struck or impacted, on or near the wheels, or if the trailer has struck a curb, inspect the rims for damage (i.e. being out of round); and replace any damaged wheel. Inspect the wheels for damage every year, even if no obvious impact has occurred.
If you ever have a problem or question about your trailer, please give us a call. We’re happy to help!