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Tom's Trailers is the Milwaukee trailer expert offering top of the line new and used utility trailers and trailer services throughout Wisconsin. Tom's Trailers is the hauling solution to get your boat to the lakes in Waukesha County, to get your snowmobile to the trails, to get your dirt bikes to the course in central Wisconsin, or to get your 4 wheelers up to your cabin up north. The Tom's Trailers hauling solution carries long lasting durability and support to eliminate the speed bumps along the way. For hauling your “toys” down the road to hauling them clear across the country, Tom's Trailers is literally your attachment to an infinite amount of activities. Latch on to the fun and go for a ride with Tom Trailers Milwaukee.
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The Tom's Trailers premium quality starts with trailer expertise and finishes with complete dedication and commitment to manufacturing nothing less than top-notch trailers. Our state-of-the-art Menomonee Falls Wisconsin trailer manufacturing facility and trailer manufacturing process go hand in hand to build the Tom's Trailers guarantee: Trailers That Last.
Tom's Trailers utilizes a complete line of high performance, quality trailer parts underlining the Tom's Trailer quality you trust. Tom's Trailers Milwaukee trailers for sale are built from the ground up with hauling capabilities to withstand even the toughest hauling demands. With trailers built to last up to 20 years, Tom's Trailers delivers endless opportunities to explore new and exciting activities.
Milwaukee Trailer Repairs and Trailer Parts for Sale
Tom's Trailers stocks hundreds of trailers from ATV utility trailers to motorcycle utility trailers to boat utility trailers to virtually any sport utility trailer. Tom's Trailers offers a variety of trailer shapes, sizes, styles, and materials from 5x10 aluminum enclosed trailers to 4x8 steel cargo trailers to 6x12 utility trailers.
If you are looking to purchase a utility trailer in Milwaukee, repair your current utility trailer or rent a utility trailer in Wisconsin, Tom's Trailers is the safe, reliable hauling solution you can trust. No matter what your hauling needs, Tom's Trailer has the Milwaukee trailer that's right for you.
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Utility Trailer Maintenance and Tips
Wherever you currently reside, it is of the upmost importance to maintain your utility trailer for both the Summer and Winter seasons. Upcoming heat, previous winter grime buildup, and general maintenance that needs performed at least twice yearly all constitute a good tune-up for your setup.
While this may seem like a daunting process, damages to your trailer not only shorten its longevity, reduce resale value, but they also can turn your trailer into a safety hazard. Don’t ignore it! Do not fear, however, as we here at Tom’s Trailers have graciously compiled a list of simple, routine upkeep procedures that can ensure that your utility trailer functions up to its fullest potential this summer.
Wash. Your. Trailer. Just Do It!
Should you choose to ignore all of the other tips listed here, make sure you give your trailer a thorough cleaning at the end of the winter season. Caked on dirt, grime, and most importantly SALT can all lead to severe corrosion if left untreated.
We highly recommend a quality hose down with a home pressure washer (set on a lower setting so as not to damage your trailer, of course) combined with a non-caustic cleaner. Diluted Simple Green, or any other cleaner that can be used on an automobile should be safe to use. Specific areas to keep in mind include:
Check Your Trailer Tires
Check the Air Pressure
Even though you may have just checked your tire pressure, be safe and do it again. The drastic changes in weather from cool to warm weather can impact your tire pressure. Ill maintained tires pose as a massive hazard to both yourself and others, as any rig can easily spiral out of control very quickly.
Check Tires for Dry Rot
Also, dry-rot and other forms of deterioration over the winter months can eat away at your tire treads as well. Replace any tires as need be, as this can be the best possible investment you can make. Avoid ending up in the middle of nowhere with a flat, and check your tires regularly.
Make Sure Moving Parts are Lubricated
Any moving parts prone to friction should be lubricated thoroughly. Stock up your arsenal with a sold grease gun, cans of WD-40, and any other lubricants that you think you may need. Pay careful attention to areas that are showing increased wear, rust spots, or any areas that make horrendous noises when rubbed together.
Perform a General Inspection
Perform an in depth, complete inspection of your entire unit. Check from the coupler to the tail lights for anything that could pose a potential problem. Check the quality and conditions of your chains, make sure your tires lug nuts are tightened all the way, and pay special attention to the condition of your fasteners. Look for spots of corrosion, and check one final time for any areas you may have missed while cleaning. Make sure your turn signals, and lights are all functioning properly.
When Winter Comes, It's Time to Store Your Utility Trailer
There are several measures you can take to ensure your utility trailer remains in perfect working order after a long, cold wait in the garage or shed (or even outdoors):
Give Your Utility Trailer a Good Cleaning
This one's pretty straightforward. Clean it up! Get rid of all the dirt, mud and grime from a long summer of heavy use. Use a light soap—like one you'd use to wash your car—and scrub off any buildup. You don't want to leave any mess on your trailer and allow it to ferment for months on end.
Once you've scrubbed and hosed off your trailer, allow it to dry fully before storing for good to avoid any mold growth.
Take Care of Your Trailer Tires!
Perhaps nothing is more important than protecting your trailer tires over the course of the winter. Take the following steps to make sure they are ready to pound the pavement next spring:
Remove Rust and Lubricate Mechanical Parts
When mechanical parts are static for too long, they begin to rust and lock up. Ensure your hinges, locks, hitch parts, plugs and suspension parts are in good working order. Get rid of rust with steel wool or sandpaper. Lubricate all your metal parts and apply a corrosion blocking agent. Trailer parts left static for too long lose effectiveness and decreases their working life.
Remove and Store the Emergency Breakaway Battery
Some trailers are equipped with a breakaway kit, designed to bring the utility trailer to a stop should it break off of the tow vehicle as you're moving. Remove the battery for the breakaway kit and put it in a safe place for the winter.
Once you've readied your utility trailer for winter storage, bring it to our shop in Menomonee Falls and we'll store your utility trailer on our lot for a low price!
Milwaukee Trailer Rentals Available for Low-Cost Cargo Hauling
Tom's Trailers offers a wide variety of open and enclosed trailer rentals to accommodate your cargo hauling needs. Low cost Milwaukee trailer rentals are perfect for anyone needing to complete a job quickly and efficiently, without spending extra money. Milwaukee trailer rentals are available in a wide range of sizes, ensuring you receive the exact trailer rental you need for the job. Our Milwaukee trailer rentals are the cheapest method of transporting furniture, ATVs, and even full size cars.
Enclosed trailer rentals are available if your cargo requires extra protection from the elements. All Milwaukee trailer rentals can be tested before purchasing to ensure you are completely satisfied with your Milwaukee trailer rental from Tom's Trailers.
Moving Trailer Rentals Wisconsin
If you or someone you know is planning an upcoming move, make the situation a little easier and rent a moving trailer from Tom’s Trailers today! Moving your items one pickup load at a time is inefficient, requires a tremendous amount of work, and you are limited by the size of the truck bed.
A sturdy moving trailer allows you to haul all of your furniture, appliances, and accessories into one, easy to maneuver unit; so you can quit wasting your day away strapping and unstrapping your cargo. Need to move something a little larger in stature? Check out our full selection of non-enclosed utility trailers as well!
Wisconsin Trailer Sales For All Your Hauling Needs
From enclosed utility trailers for sale in Milwaukee to used utility trailer for sale in Waukesha to Milwaukee utility trailer repairs, Tom's Trailers Wisconsin utility trailer service links you and your “toys” to the fitting travel destination. Latch on to Tom's Trailers today and eliminate the speed bumps with Trailers That Last. Call Tom's Trailers, 262.252.4555 to speak to one of our Wisconsin trailer sales expert and to purchase or rent your utility trailer in Wisconsin and pursue your favorite activities.