We accept Cash or Check for payment in full. Credit and Debit Cards are accepted for up to $500.00 for a down payment. A 3% Convenience Fee will be applied to the balance if charged to the card.
In the State of Wisconsin all trailers with a GVWR of 3,000# or more need to be licensed. We offer complimentary assistance in licensing your trailer in Wisconsin. Registration varies from state to state, so please visit your state's DOT website for more information specific to you.
If the trailer is used exclusively and directly in the business of farming and is used only on the farm or in between farms, then it would qualify for tax exemption.
We would require a Wisconsin Sales and Use Tax Exemption Certificate to be filled out and kept on file.
However, if the trailer is used on the highway at all then sales tax would be charged.
The DMV does have provision for Farm Trailer license plates at a lower rate than regular plates, as long as the trailer is used exclusively for farm purposes.
AW32 Hydraulic oil
Air Pressure varies depending on the tire. Check the Tire Inflation Chart Label located on the tongue of your trailer.
No. The on board charger on most new dump trailers is a 1.5 amp trickle charger, and while it won’t damage the battery by overcharging, it may not keep up with a lot of dump use. In this case a larger charger can be used. The optimum charge rate for a deep cycle battery is 10 amps and can take as long as 12 hours to charge a dead battery. Charging at a rate greater than 10 amps can damage the battery. The very small amount of charge, (if any) that comes from the tow vehicle WILL NOT maintain the battery.
New brake shoes and linings require the brakes to be burnished to seat in the new components. This should be done by applying the brakes 20 to 30 times from an initial speed of 40 mph, slowing the vehicle to 20 mph. Allow ample time for brakes to cool between applications. This procedure allows the brake shoes to seat in to the drum surface.