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We're excited to be included in the community and are pumped to get feedback and help with questions about our many trailers here!

Looking forward to many connections with you all. Thanks!

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I have a 16ft aluminum already or I would for sure be buying that exact trailer you pictured.


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Welcome to the forum!

Love my 2014 Aluma 7814ST trailer I bought brand new in Feb. 2014. It's 6.5' X 14.5' floor space, nice folding rear ramp that can be secured in several different angles. So very light, I can easily pick up the front tongue with one hand/arm and wheel it around in my driveway or where ever. A great investment I am glad I bought, and wish I didn't wait so long to get one.
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Hey Can-Am Forum users! ​
We're excited to be included in the community and are pumped to get feedback and help with questions about our many trailers here!

Looking forward to many connections with you all. Thanks!

I considered one of your trailers but couldn't find any in my local area (37408) but I like. Ron's trailer is a beauty.
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I bought an Aluminum Chilton trailer because the axles under the smaller Alumas were rated so much less than Chiltons.

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I bought an Aluminum Chilton trailer because the axles under the smaller Alumas were rated so much less than Chiltons.

I have hauled a lot with mine and had no issues
"3500# Rubber torsion axle (rated at 2990#)"
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I bought an Aluminum Chilton trailer because the axles under the smaller Alumas were rated so much less than Chiltons.

I have hauled a lot with mine and had no issues
"3500# Rubber torsion axle (rated at 2990#)"
I was looking at their smaller units….. I have bigger trailers, but don't always want to drag the large units for every job.

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If you're still looking, it looks like the nearest dealer is Mason Tractor Company (56 miles): Kubota and New Holland Tractors | Harvesting | Sprayers | Riding Mowers | Skid Steers | Material Handling Equipment » Mason Tractor Co.

If they don't have what you're looking for, there's a Big Tex (85 miles) Home | Big Tex Trailers

Sometimes you need to increase the mileage on our dealer locator: Aluma Trailer Dealers Near You | Where to Buy Aluma Trailers
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I bought an Aluminum Chilton trailer because the axles under the smaller Alumas were rated so much less than Chiltons.

I have hauled a lot with mine and had no issues
"3500# Rubber torsion axle (rated at 2990#)"
I was looking at their smaller units….. I have bigger trailers, but don't always want to drag the large units for every job.
Thanks for the feedback Deadman. Maybe the dealership you looked at wasn't as well stocked. We do have a heavy axle set with some of our smaller trailers but leading up to those will be axles at #1200-2200. Wimpier, but for those who don't need the higher hauling power. Then our heavy axles for the smaller single axle trailers will go from #3500-5200. The smallest trailer with a heavy axle is our 6310H (5'2.5"x10') GVWR #2990. Largest single Heavy axle is 8214HS (6'10"x14'5") GVWR #4050 (Electric brakes come standard with the heavier rating, anything rated above #3000 needs a brake system legally.)
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Welcome to the forum!

Love my 2014 Aluma 7814ST trailer I bought brand new in Feb. 2014. It's 6.5' X 14.5' floor space, nice folding rear ramp that can be secured in several different angles. So very light, I can easily pick up the front tongue with one hand/arm and wheel it around in my driveway or where ever. A great investment I am glad I bought, and wish I didn't wait so long to get one.
That's awesome! Glad you're enjoying your trailer. Maybe I need to quote this for our social media. Would you be alright with that?
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