Although aluminum trailers generally require less maintenance than their steel counterparts due to their immunity to rust, they still need to be cleaned once in awhile to mitigate other types of corrosion. Additionally, if you want your trailer to always shine as brightly as it did when it was new, you'll need to give it a thorough acid bath every few years. While you're giving this acid bath to your aluminum trailer, remember to avoid these three pitfalls.
27 June 2016
Usually, when you think of automobile junkyards and vintage parts dealers, you're interested in rebuilding a vehicle. But did you know you can also put these places to use to throw a old-fashioned-car themed party for a gearhead in your life? Here's how you can utilize vintage car parts to create the perfect party decor, and when you're done, you'll have some great pieces for your basement, rec room, or man cave.
24 June 2016
Covering a load on a flatbed trailer with a traditional, tie-down tarps can be laborious and tough to handle, especially on when it just one driver putting one on. From slinging it over the load to tying down corners with bungee cords, every step in manually covering a load with a tarp is time-consuming. If you are tired of manually putting on tarps, checking out some of the benefits of rolling tarp systems is a good idea.
17 June 2016