Top Quality Aluminum Trailers
AJ’s carries a selection of new and used aluminum trailers for sale. We’ll be happy to help you find the one that’s right for you. Our experienced staff is ready to make your buying experience an EASY one!
We stock multi-use Aluminum Utility Trailers for sale. Our aluminum trailer stock varies with brands of Worthington Trailers, Carry-On Trailer and Car Mate Trailers. Our Worthington Utility Trailers offer a variety of options like straight or bi-fold gates, aluminum or wood removable side rails, and tilt functions at an affordable price. We also stock Car Mate Aluminum Utility Trailers. Our inventory of Aluminum Trailers varies in size from 4×8, 5×10, 6×10 and more. AJ’s also stocks steel Landscape Utility Trailers, Equipment Trailer, Cargo Trailers and more!
AJ’s Truck & Trailer offers delivery or on-site pick up. We are conveniently located off Route 81 in Harrisburg, PA. It’s a quick drive from surrounding states New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington DC, Ohio, Connecticut and New England. Read about delivery and pick up details here. Browse our trailer selection and give us a call if you have any questions.
4.5X10 Worthington Aluminum Utility Trailer Tilt Side Kit$2,050 Learn More
5X10 Car Mate Aluminum Utility Trailer$2,495 Learn More
6X10 Carry-On Aluminum Utility Trailer$1,795 Learn More
6X12 Carry-On Aluminum Utility Trailer$1,995 Learn More
6X8 Carry-On Aluminum Utility Trailer$1,695 Learn More
Should you buy a steel or aluminum trailer? While you need to consider what you will use your trailer for, there are things like weight, strength, corrosion-resistance, carbon footprint and cost that all play roles in deciding which type of aluminum trailer would be best for you.
Aluminum weighs less then steel which could ultimately affect the amount of the load that 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 can certainly hold it’s own. Rust and corrosion won’t be an issue with aluminum trailers either. While the initial cost of an aluminum trailer may be more expensive, in the long run you will find that the cost will be pretty equal to a steel trailer after the maintenance and upkeep is factored in.
After looking at these factors, and many more, it starts to become clear that when it comes to trailers, aluminum is a viable option. Of course, it depends on your situation. Please share your unique trailer needs with us. Regardless if the outcome is an aluminum or steel trailer, we are a dealer that will help you determine which works best for your needs.