Aluminum TRAILERS AND TRUCK BEDS FOR SALE

With 6 locations across Alberta (LeducAldersyde), Manitoba (WinnipegMorden) and Ontario (LeamingtonMaxville), PJ Trailers Canada, Inc. is your premier trailer dealership.

Aluminum and steel are the primary materials used to make trailers, and while it may seem like a small difference, there are pros and cons to each material. Each type of metal has different features that may suit you better depending on what you’re looking to get out of your trailer.

 


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$25,289

$23,789

$25,289

$23,789

CLEARANCE

Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:21000
Store:Maxville
Size:0 x 0

Stock # J052831


$23,750

$19,791

$23,750

$19,791

HAIL SALE

Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:9900
Store:Aldersyde
Size:102 x 288

Stock # 129922


$22,721

$18,934

$22,721

$18,934

HAIL SALE

Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:9990
Store:Aldersyde
Size:1020 x 240

Stock # 129921


Lightning Trailers 20' Aluminum Enclosed Trailer
Flat Top + All Aluminum Frame

$21,113

$21,113

Blackout Pkg

Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:9900
Store:Winnipeg
Size:96 x 240

Stock # 128068


Lightning Trailers 20' Aluminum Enclosed Trailer
Flat Top + All Aluminum Frame

$20,282

$20,282

Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:9900
Store:Maxville
Size:96 x 240

Stock # 131001


$15,927

$15,927

Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:9990
Store:Morden
Size:102 x 216

Stock # 134092


$15,255

$15,255

Blackout Pkg

Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:7000
Store:Winnipeg
Size:84 x 192

Stock # 128076


Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:7000
Store:Morden
Size:84 x 192

Stock # 128078


Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:7000
Store:Maxville
Size:84 x 192

Stock # W086433


$14,072

$11,727

$14,072

$11,727

HAIL SALE

Condition:New
Type:Trailer
Axles:2
Gvwr:7000
Store:Aldersyde
Size:84 x 168

Stock # 129889

Corrosion

Aluminum has better longevity than steel and is less prone to rust. It does oxidize, which is why an acid bath is good for it every once in a while, but you won’t need to worry about as many preventative measures with aluminum. If you plan on driving your trailer on salted roads during winter, then your trailer is going to be more prone to rust.

Strength

Steel trailers are stronger and more rigid, meaning they’re less likely to bend or dent. However, it’s still important to know that aluminum trailers are mostly aluminum alloys, meaning they’re made of a combination of different types of metals with aluminum as the main ingredient. Aluminum alloy is stronger than pure aluminum, and some aluminum alloys are stronger than others. While steel is stronger, once it bends, it’s tough to get it back into its original shape. While it doesn’t take as much to bend aluminum, its flexible quality means small dents and bends can sometimes be repaired. Aluminum is less likely to bend if you’re driving on mostly flat surfaces, but if you’ll be driving through rough terrain, you may want to consider steel.

Weight

Weight is often one of the most important factors for people looking to purchase a trailer. The lighter your trailer is, the more weight you can haul. Aluminum is the best choice if you want to keep your trailer light, as it’s usually around 10-15% lighter than steel. A trailer with heavier weight means an additional workload for your truck, which in turn means your fuel economy won’t be as good. With aluminum, you can haul more in the same amount of time, and with the same amount of fuel than you can with steel.

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