6 Things You Should Know About Aluma Trailers

6 Things You Should Know About Aluma Trailers

Here at GT, we have been selling Aluma Trailers faster than any others. They never sit on our lot for very long. We love how durable and dependable they are and so do our customers! If you don’t know a lot about Aluma trailers, you are missing out. Here are a few reasons why we love them so much.

 

7814st-utility-trailerThey Don’t Rust

I’m going to  take a second to state the obvious here. Aluma trailers are made from aluminum and aluminum doesn’t rust. Boom. It’s really a pretty miraculous thing for all us Michiganders and mid-west people. The four seasons take a toll on our cars, boats, campers and toys. Thank you, Aluma, for providing us with trailers that won’t rust.

LED Lights

A lot of trailer owners like to update their trailers by putting LED lights on them. Their energy efficiency and long life makes them very appealing. And because they are mercury free, they have a much smaller environmental impact than traditional light bulbs. LED lights come standard on all Aluma Trailers. We’re glad that Aluma puts such quality into their trailers.

ae614ta-tandem-axle-enclosed-grayLight Weight

The average aluminum trailer weighs 25% less than its steel-framed equivalent.  That frees up a considerable amount of your towing capacity so you can use your space on what you’d like. Not to mention that less weight means a higher MPG. If you’re going to buy a trailer, why not purchase one that will be easier on your wallet?

5 Year Warranty

Select Aluma trailers come with this warranty. This covers any defects in the material and workmanship of the unit. In those 5 years after purchase, if there is a problem, you can send it in to Aluma in Bancroft, Iowa. They will determine if the problem falls under the warranty, in which case, they will repair it free of charge. Hey, we think it’s pretty cool that they want to keep customers happy even 5 years after a purchase. Check out the full details of the warranty here.

aluma-ut12-loaded-atv-trailer60 Models

Though their most popular is the open utility trailer, Aluma makes trailers for everyone. The options are endless with motorcycle, car and snowmobile trailers, Aluminum ATV trailers, car haulers, enclosed trailers and more. When it’s time for you to buy a new trailer, there is no doubt that Aluma can provide what you’re looking for.

Qualified

  1. NATM Certified- (National Association of Trailer Manufactures) All trailers are built under the NATM guidelines.
  2. NATDA Members- (North American Trailer Dealers Association) Here is more about them.
  3. Endorsed by Babe Winkelman- As if everything else wasn’t enough, Aluma even got Babe’s stamp of approval. See what he had to say here.

Every few months, we get a new batch of Aluma Trailers in stock. Each shipment is around 18-20 trailers. Believe me when I say they sell quick, but we do our best to keep a selection for you! You can look here to see what we currently have stocked and what we have on order for the end of the month.

Don’t see a specific product that you want? No problem. We can order any trailer for you. You can be specific as you want and we will order your custom trailer. It typically takes about 8 weeks for the order to arrive. However, once in a while, Dave (owner of GT) will go pick up trailers in Iowa as an excuse to come visit me! (his daughter in Nebraska) So order away, friends!

Here is a picture of our most recent shipment, including a tow behind motorcycle trailer that got a lot of attention.

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We really love the trailers and products that Aluma has to offer and our customers seem to feel the same way. We will keep putting them on our lot because they never stay there for long! Take a look at our video of Aluma at Grandville Trailer.  And please tell us; what is your favorite thing about Aluma products?

At Grandville Trailer, we’re pullin’ for ya!

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