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A Labor of Love: Part 2

Mustang Restoration Part 2: Dis-Assembly

Did you miss Part 1? No problem, catch up right here!

After Dave got the Mustang in his possession and got the pole barn built. He was ready to start the much anticipated project.

The summer of 2005, he began the proccess of taking the car apart. Being the family man that he is, he tried and failed to get the kids involved. (Sorry, Dad! If I could go back in time I would choose to be of much more help!)

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Despite the decades of sitting in storage, the car was in good overall condition. It had a lot of mouse droppings, but not a whole lot of rust. After the summer, though, Dave got busy again with Tosh’s Tops (the counter top business he had at the time.) He lost time and interest and left the mustang to sit in the barn.
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Dave labeled all the parts and hardware and put them aside. He still frequented his barn on nights and weekends. Putzing around on his truck, fixing the go-carts that we continued breaking, and cleaning out a deer or two every year. All the meanwhile, Andrea dreamed of cruising into town for ice cream in her shiny pale yellow Mustang.
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Next month we will bring you Part 3: Media Blasting. Stay tuned!

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

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4 Amazing Caliber Products For Your Snowmobile Trailer

This post is about snowmobile trailer accessories. But first I just wanted to say that I hope you all had a great opening day weekend! I hope many of you were successful, as some of our guys were! I will share their deer pictures with you later on this week.

But like I said, hallelujah, snowmobile season is also here! I’m sure this will be the first week that many of you get out those sleds and hit the fresh powder. If you are looking for a snowmobile trailer in Grand Rapids, come check out our store. We currently have about 30 of them that are equipped to carry snowmobiles as well as any of your other toys.

We are also stocking some new products from Caliber. They make some awesome accessories and we are happy to have them as a new supplier. For those of you with snowmobile trailers, stick around. You’re gonna love the 4 new products that we have in our store. And for those of you who have loved ones with snowmobile trailers, there are some great Christmas gift ideas here. Here is a video overview of what we have:

4 Amazing Caliber Products for Any Snowmobile Trailer in Grand Rapids

Poly Shield III

This shield lives up to it’s name as it is virtually impossible to crack and it protects your snowmobile or other toys from all the salt and damaging debris on the roads. It is well worth the investment as it’s protection will help hold the resale value of your possessions. Here is more on this product:

LowPro Grip Glides

We love this product because of it’s versatility. It is designed to be useful for both snowmobiles and ATV’s. It provides traction for when moving ATV’s and decreased friction for your snowmobiles. Check out the rest of it’s features here:

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Edge Glides

These are great for making the ground-to-trailer transitions easy and smooth. They are inexpensive and would make a great Christmas gift for any snowmobile trailer owner. We carry every size except for the 13524.

Trax Grabbers

This will make loading your snowmobiles much easier as well as walking up the ramp! This product is made strong and durable and will also make a good Christmas present. Check out this video to see a cool demonstration of the Trax Grabbers.

Well these products are cool, but are you wondering what specific sizes of these products will be compatible with your trailer? No Problem. On their website is a handy little tool called the Configuratior. Here you can see exactly what parts to get for your trailer or as a gift for someone else’s trailer.

Well there you have it! 4 new and awesome products from Caliber at Grandville Trailer. We have the best selection of snowmobile trailer in Grand Rapids and now the accessories to go along with them. We wish everyone a fun and safe winter full of snowmobiling bliss.

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

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Ten Tactical Tips for Trailer Tires in Grand Rapids

How often do you see bits of ripped rubber blown all over the sides of the highway? It seems like you can’t go a mile without seeing the remains of a blown tire. STX_3414Especially in West Michigan where the roads are so patched over, they might as well be dirt and the harsh weather is so unpredictable.

We get so caught up in what we are towing that sometimes we forget about the very things that keep our trailers moving! I’m here to remind you not to forget about your trailer’s tires. They are important.

In our store, we have a whole room devoted to trailer tires. Every 3 weeks or so, Dave makes a trip down to our trailer tire supplier in Indiana and brings back a load of tires. We carry a variety of Loadstar tires from Americana. We’ve got the best selection of trailer tires in Grand Rapids, so keep us in mind as you are winterizing your trailer.

Here are the Tires from Americana. We stock many from the Kenda Karrier ST Radial KR03 list, the Kenda Loadstar K550/ST BIAS list and the Kenda Loadstar K353 list. The ones that we carry are by far the most popular, but our stock is not limited to these. We are happy to order and pick up specific sizes for you. We can even deck out your trailer and order tires with custom aluminum rims!

We carry such a variety because every trailer is different, therefore requiring different tires. This is something that our staff would be happy to help you with if you have any questions.

But without further ado, here are Ten Tactical Tips for Trailer Tires in Grand Rapids.

CIMG39981. Trailer Tires ≠ Vehicle Tires. The tires on your truck are designed to accelerate, steer, and have traction on the road. Trailer tires are designed to be pulled and just go along for the ride. You should never used a trailer tire on a car or vise versa.

2. Inflate? Indeed! The leading cause of trailer tires failing on the side of the highway is underinflation. Pump those babies up! You can check the sidewall of the tire to see the maximum inflation.

3. Size matters. Ensure that all your trailer’s tires are identical in size. You might run into some problems if you don’t.

4. Change is important. Tires need to be replaced on a regular basis, regardless of what they look like. We recommend every 3-5 years, depending on how much you use your trailer.

5. Go the distance. Adding to tip #4, you can also gauge when it’s time to change your tires by keeping track of how many miles you are putting on them. Depending on the tire, it’s time to change them anywhere between 5,000 and 12,000 miles.

6. Watch your weight. The joined weight capacity of your tires should still exceed the weight of your loaded trailer by 20 percent.

7. Weakening over time. The weight capacity of your tires will slowly decrease over the years of use.

8. It’s getting hot in here. The heat on your tires caused by operation will, sadly, weaken the structure and integrity of the tire. Time, heat and the elements will eventually break down your trailer tires and they will need to be replaced.

9. How to measure bolt patterns. Here is a handy little graphic to help clear this up. Bolt_Circles_210. Make them last. With so many things that can ruin, wear and tear your trailer tires. Here are few tips to keep them in great shape as long as possible. Keep a close eye on your tires and care for them frequently to make them last and get your money’s worth out of them.

  • Check your tire inflation often, especially before going anywhere further than across town. Keep your tires at their maximum inflation rate. Deflation= friction= heat= worn out tires.
  • Only wash your tires with water and mild soap. Tire cleaners made with alcohol or petroleum distillates will eat away at your tires.
  • When you check your tire’s inflation, also check the actual treads for things like bulges, cuts and punctures.

Trailer tires are different than the tires on your car or truck. They need special care and they need to be replaced often. Our awesome staff would be happy to answer any questions you have. For the best selection of trailer tires in Grand Rapids, head in to Grandville Trailer.

This weekend, make sure you check your tire inflation and general well-being of your tires. We don’t want our friends to be stranded on the highway at all, let alone this winter. It might be a good idea to get your trailer tires replaced before the serious snow comes, or to at least purchase a spare.

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

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4 Key Benefits of the Curt Triflex Brake Control #51140

When it comes to towing products, one of our favorite brands is Curt. We know we are providing the best for our customers when we stock our shelves with their brand. Their American made products have gone through rigourous testing and engeniering. They use the best materials and manufacture trustworthy and durable products.

The one that I specifically want to talk about today is the Curt Trifelx Brake Control #51140. 715g4q5mrgL._SY355_

We have been so impressed with this brake control and our customers who bought this have been satisfied with it as well. Whether you pull a camping, utility or boat trailer in Grand Rapids, or anywhere in West Michigan, this accessory can serve you well. This compact device will easily mount above or below your dashboard and will automatically adjust your 2-8 brakes to keep your towing experience safe and smooth.

4 Key Benefits of the Curt Triflex Brake Control #51140

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The Triflex brake control comes with all the mounting hardware needed and will only take a few minutes of your time. It’s ability to mount in a variety of angels allows you to place it above or below your dashboard, wherever you think is best. Just find a stable surface that you can easily reach while sitting in the driver’s seat. Once it’s mounted, you will need a Curt wiring harness to connect the control to your vehicle’s wiring. (Yes, we carry these too!) If your vehicle does not have the plug available, you will need to hard-wire in the brake control.

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The brake control has a triple axes motion sensor and it automatically adjusts your brake output. This makes going up and down hills a lot easier and produces smooth and precise stops. There is also no setup required with it’s automatic calibration and leveling. It’s so easy to use and will make such a big difference on your towing experience!

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Even though we don’t sell some of these trailers you see on the side, I’d still like to talk to those of you who pull them. (By the way, for those of you with boat trailers in Grand Rapids, we do carry parts in our store for you, too!) If you are taking a trip with your camper to the mountains, this products will assist you throughout the terrain. If you are pulling your boat trailer in Grand Rapids and out to the lakes, It will help you navigate the beautiful, curvy roads along the shore. And if you’re pulling ANYTHING through our unpredictably snowy weather, this device will aid in keeping you, and your precious cargo safe. The Triflex brake control will benefit anyone pulling anything.

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One of the biggest reasons we encourage trailer owners to check out this gadget is because of the added safety it provides. Especially now that we’ve had our first snowfall, one of the best things about the Curt Triflex brake control is that it decreases your stopping distance. If it lowers your chance of getting into a wreck, isn’t that alone worth the small investment? Also, on the side of the brake control there is a nob to control it’s sensitivity. This way, you can ensure it is at the optimal level for the weight of your load and the conditions you are driving in.


Instead of explaining to you exactly how this tool works, take a look for yourself. This is Curt’s video of their handy product. Plus you’ll learn about a few more of it’s features like the power adjustment and the sleep mode timer.

Add this to your Christmas list or swing by Grandville Trailer to get your Curt Triflex Brake Control. Winter is practically here! What else do you need to do to get your trailer ready?

At Grandville Trailer, we’re pullin for ya!

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5 Steps to Repacking Your Trailer Bearings

It’s really important to repack your trailer bearings on a regular basis. Why is it important? I’m so glad you asked.

The wheel bearings need to stay well lubricated to work properly while bearing the weight of your trailer. Unfortunately, over time the grease breaks down, especially if water works its way inside the bearings. Hence the importance of repacking the bearings with grease on a regular basis. It is recommended to do so every year or 10,000 miles. We are more than happy to do this for you at our shop; we take pride in providing some of the best trailer service in Grand Rapids. However I’d like to tell you DIYers  how you can do this yourself at home.

Before you begin, you will want to have all your Materials out and ready to go. Here is a complete list of everything you might want to use.

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-Hammer
-Needle-nose pliers
-2 Jack stands
-Large flat head screwdriver
-Large adjustable wrench
-Wrench for lug nuts
-Solvent
-New cotter pin
-Bearing grease
-Gloves, clean rags and small pan

Some of these things can be substituted with a different tool, however having all these things on hand will help you do get the job done in a quick and somewhat* clean manor. Once you have these things it’s time to get in and get your hands dirty!12StepsBearing

5 Steps to Repacking your Trailer Bearings

Step 1: Removal
With the axle raised on a jack, remove the wheel and then the dustcap. The flat head screwdriver will work to take off the dustcap. Next, remove the cotter pin by unbending it and pulling it our with your needle nose pliers.  And finally remove the rear bearing.

Step 2: Cleaning 
Now it is time to take the seal out of the bearing. There are several ways to do this but we recommend simply prying it out with your flat head screw driver. Once that is out, you can remove the inner bearing as well. Use solvent to clean all the old grease off of the bearings, races, seal and hub surfaces. It’s important that you clean all parts thoroughly!

Step 3: Repacking
Once everything is out and clean, you can do the actual repacking. Do this by putting a glob of fresh grease on your palm and begin working it into the bearing. Make sure that it is fully packed and no gaps remain. It’s also ideal to add another layer of grease around the rollers, on the bearing race surfaces on the hub and the bearing’s faces. Basically, anywhere you can put new grease; do it. Grease= good.

Step 4: Replacing
Once you’re done playing in the grease, tap in a new seal, ensuring that is is even and snug.

Step 5: Assembly
Really, the only thing left is to just put it all back together. Place the drum back on the axle (maybe add yet another glob of grease to it’s face). After the careful placement of the thrust washer and spindle nut, the drum should easily spin on the axle. Insert the new cotter pin and cover with the dustcap. After putting the wheel back in place, you’re done! Well… with that one wheel, anyways.

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-If your trailer has been in storage for some time, it still needs this service done. Grease will break down on a parked trailer, too.
-Don’t torque the spindle nut when you are re-assembling. It will crush the bearings. Just make sure it is snug.
-Always replace the cotter pin.
-And just in case you happen to be “that guy” stranded on the highway, we think it’s a good idea to carry an extra set of seals and bearings, all which you can find in our store.


 

Trailer Service in Grand Rapids- Grandville Trailer is Here to Help

This simple task should take you about an hour to complete and is something that most people can do on their own at home. However if you are looking for this trailer service in Grand Rapids, head on over to Grandville Trailer, where we do it often. If you just can’t find the time or space to do it yourself, or if you need to bring your trailer in for another reason anyways, we are more than happy to do this for you!

Do you have an extra set of seals and bearings stored in your truck or trailer? If you don’t, you might consider swinging by and grabbing some. If you want to tackle this project at home, we are more than happy to answer any questions you have while you are here!

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A Snowmobile Trailer at it’s Finest: Neo NAS All Sport

The air is getting crisp and cool. The leaves are changing and falling to the ground. You find yourself dressing warmer and craving warm beverages. Many of you are just happy to be enjoying fall. But some of us know that the colder weather means one thing: Snowmobile season is almost here!

We were lucky enough to grow up in a house with Dave. His passion for snowmobiling provided many thrill rides in the fresh powder and learning to drive them ourselves. He has taken several long trips through Michigan on his snowmobiles- I’m sure he’d love to tell you about them next time you’re at GT. Being a snowmobile rider himself, he knows a good snowmobile trailer when he sees one. He was pretty excited to be getting this one at the store and rightfully so! Take a look for yourself.

Neo NAS All Sport

Being over 24 feet in length, this snowmobile trailer is able to hold 3 sleds and all your gear. Not to mention all your other toys throughout the rest of the year. Like all NEO trailers, it is made with aluminum and comes with LED lights. Aluminum is the perfect material because it is lightweight and doesn’t rust. LED lights are a must because they can withstand extreme temperatures, last a REALLY long time, and hey- they’re good for the environment too. The drop leg tongue jack is easy to use and the flush lock curbside door allows a third and easy entrance.showimagerv

This snowmobile trailer is incredibly designed and one of the best looking products on the market. And the best part? Like all NEO trailers, it is very affordable. We are convinced that this is the best choice for any snowmobile owner. If you want to know more, you can see this trailer listing on our website right here. (Along with the rest of our snowmobile trailers.)

We’re all looking forward to the first accumulation of snow to bust out the winter toys. But for the time being, enjoy the last bit of fall! There is nothing quite like fall in Michigan.
Are any of you planning a winter snowmobiling trip?

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A Labor Of Love: Part 1

Mustang Restoration Part 1: Acquisition

It was 1985. They were in college and it didn’t take them long to fall in love. She needed a car and he found one for her. And she drove it throughout college, mostly on the weekends to go back home.

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(I’m not even going to comment on the shorts)

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But the car wasn’t ideal. The engine ticked and knocked and overheated all the time. The manual drum brakes had a mind of their own. The car tended to swerve when she pressed on the brakes but she kept driving it anyways. Soon they were married and trying to make ends meet. So they sold the car to her dad, and he parked it in his barn. And for 16 years, there it sat, that 1967 Mustang.


It was 2003 and Dave and Andrea Tosh had an itch to get that old car back out. She dreamed of driving a restored mustang and the project sounded like a fun challenge to him. He asked her dad if he could buy it back. Her dad insisted that they just take it, he felt bad for letting it sit there for all of those years. So Dave hauled it back home!

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But before he could begin the project, he needed the space. So he did what any logical man would do and built a barn in the backyard! A barn that has held many cars, trucks, snowmobiles, go-carts, quads, and hunting trophies over the years. It has served him well!  Once the barn was up, he was ready to begin the long and dedicated process of restoring his honey’s dream car.

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This project has been underway for over 10 years now and is scheduled to be finished in the spring. Dave has really enjoyed the time he has spent on it and they are getting anxious to see the finished product! So stay tuned! Next month we will bring you Part 2: Dis-assembly.

And as always…

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

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The Team Behind the Trailers

Happy Friday everyone! Today I want to take a minute to tell you about all the wonderful people that work at this wonderful dealership. They make Grandville Trailer a great place to do work and business. It’s not all about the trailers… It’s about the people!

Management

IMG_4743Let’s start with the owner, Dave. I probably don’t need to talk about him because you probably already know him. Everyone in west Michigan seems to know Dave Tosh. He’s fun, kind, generous and everybody’s friend. Before he stepped into the exciting world of trailers, he had a counter top business called Tosh’s Tops. After giving everyone in Grand Rapids new and beautiful counters, he decided it was time to sell everyone in Grand Rapids a trailer! Dave runs a fair and honest business. He genuinely loves his job and seeks to do right by his customers and employees. On his few days off, he hunts, travels to Omaha to visit family, and works on his Mustang restoration. (More on that later)

Service Department

One of the things that makes Grandville Trailer stand out is our excellent service department. Our mechanics work hard to keep customer’s trailers working perfectly. Among other things, they repack bearings, install hitches, and repair damaged trailers.016 (1)

Joe is our head mechanic and has been at Grandville Trailer longer than anyone else. He works hard and does his job very well. His love for repairing things has lead him to several auctions where he has purchased different machinery items in need of repair. A gear head with a green thumb, he also has a passion for gardening. We hope that Joe will continue to stick around for a long time!

IMG_4747Cody is a very gifted mechanic and we are thankful to have him working with us! His days are long and busy, though. Not only does he work for us full time, he is also in school for Criminal Justice. We will miss him when he’s done here, but he will make a great police officer! When he is away from work and school, he is a true outdoorsman. He loves golfing, fishing, hunting and even Tough Mudder competitions. Props to you, Cody!

Sales

We strive to have the best selection of trailers possible and we want to make sure we have all the right parts in our store. We have an awesome team of guys that work together to make sure our customers get all their questions answered. We don’t want to sell trailers for the sake of selling trailers. We genuinely want our customers to walk away happy, informed and satisfied with their experience.013 (1)

John just may be the heart of Grandville Trailer. He is an awesome employee who loves his job and loves to give customers a great experience. He is patient, thorough and very knowledgeable about our products. He is also a mentor to a 2nd-grader and he is “Papa” to four sweet grandkids. He enjoys bowling and camping and just being with his wonderful family.

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Greg is the son of Dave and Andrea. He’s a goofy guy with a love for people. He keeps things  fun at work, but don’t let that fool you. He works hard and knows a lot about trailers. He spends his free time with his friends: disc golfing and scoping out new breweries in Grand Rapids for unique craft beers. He is also planning a wedding with his beautiful and intelligent fiance for next summer! The two make an awesome couple and we are thrilled for them!

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Bill is semi-retired but we are lucky enough to still have him working with us! He is a friendly face at Grandville Trailer and will greet you with a smile. When asked what he likes to do he responds with “Bow hunting, hunting, and hunting!” He is also making a difference in the life of a 6th-grader by mentoring. He loves his family and has 14 grandkids! He is a blessing to many people.

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James did a whole lot of work for us this past summer. It would have been a difficult summer without him. He did a lot of the hard work like washing trailers, building maintenance, transporting trailers, cleaning, mowing and a whole lot more. He did these things with a willing heart and a smile on his face. It was so good to have him around and we wish he was here all the time!

1924376_778533975542479_8132334015825027284_nAndrea is Dave’s wife and she has been by his side through it all. They work together in running this awesome dealership. Andrea does all of Grandville Trailer’s bookkeeping and a whole lot of paperwork. She spends a lot of her time volunteering, working out, spoiling her grandbabies, and just loving on all the people in her life. Grandville Trailer is blessed to have her around and so is her family!P1080455

And then there’s me, Ally. I am Dave and Andrea’s daughter and I live in Nebraska with my wonderful husband and two amazing kids. I was thrilled when my parents asked me to work remote for their awesome business. I have learned a whole lot more about marketing, computers and trailers than I ever thought I would! I love every minute of it and I’m so glad to be doing my part to keep our customers informed!

 

Have you had a good experience at Grandville Trailer because of these people? If so, could you leave us a quick review? We are so thankful for your business and a couple positive sentences from you could do a lot for our little store! You can leave a review right here, here or here. Thank you and we hope you have a great weekend!

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

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You’ve Got to See This: FLOE Cargo Max XRT 8-57

We are getting a new arrival here today. It’s new and cutting edge. It’s smart, strong and stylish. And it’s about time someone came up with this. Its the FlOE Cargo Max utility trailer. Here are five fun facts featuring FLOE’s new trailer. (I couldn’t resist)

A Little Aluminum

In the trailer world, when we hear “aluminum” our attention is grabbed. It’s no secret that we love aluminum trailers. That’s why we are such big fans of Aluma and Neo. Aluminum is a perfect base material for any trailer because it is both lightweight and strong. It is rust free and extremely resistant to climate changes. It is the best material for someone living in the hot and cold and beautiful state of Michigan. So when we first heard of this FLOE trailer and all it’s aluminum-ness, of course we wanted to know more.showimagerv (1)

A Little Polymer

One of the things that makes this trailer stand out; its not JUST aluminum. This small utility trailer has a rugged polymer bed. The UV-resistant material is ideal because it does not rust, rot, or dent. Nor will it ever need a paint job. And have you seen it? It looks awesome! showimagerv

Unbeatable Design

But seriously, the bed. The engineers of this trailer obviously knew what they were doing. You’ll notice in the picture below that the 8-foot frame is grooved to help hold down your belongings. And here is something extra cool: there are collapsing tie-downs that connect to the aluminum frame! Is anyone else asking “why didn’t I think of that?” This small utility trailer is also built with a full rubber torsion independent suspension. It is really made to be easily pulled behind any vehicle and by (almost) anyone. specs

Remarkable Strength

Between the lightweight aluminum and polymer bed, the Cargo Max weighs in at a modest 290lbs. But don’t let that fool you. This trailer is a David with the strength of a Goliath. It has the ability of carrying 1800lbs- that’s over 6 times it’s weight! It will have no problem hauling your ATV’s, snowmobiles, or hunting equipment (and hopefully trophies too!) showimagerv (2)

A Little Extra

For those of you who want a little extra something, FLOE has come up with a few add-ons to improve your trailer experience. A lot of people choose to purchase the aluminum tailgate ramp with the trailer. You also have the choice of a swivel tongue jack and and upgrade to aluminum mag wheels. What more could you ask for??


There is a lot more to this trailer, like standard LED lights and custom molded fenders. So check out FLOE’s video of the Cargo Max XRT 8-57.

We are so excited! We are getting 6 of these trailers here today! I really think they are going to go quick, why wouldn’t they? Everyone could use a small utility trailer like this. What could you use this grab-and-go trailer for?

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

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Haulmark Trailers: What You Need to Know

It’s about time that I talk about Haulmark Trailers. In fact, a majority of the trailers that you will find at Grandville Trailer are Haulmark brand. They are the #1 trailer brand in the country and probably what we sell most often. You have most likely heard the name and have seen them on the highway. This company has been around for a long time, perfecting their products. Haulmark trailers are extremely durable and built strong. So basically, they last for a really, really, REALLY long time!

It is no secret that Haulmark trailers are extremely affordable. They have been deemed “Best Priced Trailers” time and time again. But don’t let that make you think for one second that these trailers aren’t as good of quality. Customers have been and continue to be very happy with these products.

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If you find yourself renting a trailer every so often to haul seasonal items, for spring yardwork, or for trips, you might want to consider buying a small cargo trailer from Haulmark. Because they are so afforable, it will eventually pay for itself several times over. Plus, you will find that they are just nice to have around! Some of the small cargo trailers that we have start at around $1,500. I can guarantee you that Haulmark will give you the most for your money. Come talk to our staff to get your questions answers and get the optimal trailer picked out.

One thing that you might not know is just how many models of Haulmark trailers there are. They do it all. Motorcycle trailers, adventure trailers, car haulers, cargo trailers, utility trailers, and so much more. They really have an option for everyone. We have been known to order trailers for our customers who can’t find exactly what they want on our lot. If that is the case for you, come talk to us. Let us do the hard work; we would be happy to order a trailer for you.

If you are looking into purchasing a trailer, especially a small enclosed trailer, you might consider looking at Haulmark trailers. Affordable, durable and downright good-looking. you won’t be disappointed!

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

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