Winterizing a trailer

Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by 2stroked, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. 2stroked

    2stroked LawnSite Senior Member
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    What should I do to prepare my trailer for winter so I can have a trouble free time with it next season? BTW it's just a smaller 6 by 8 single axle trailer. Thanks
     
  2. Rednekdaddy

    Rednekdaddy LawnSite Member
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    Lube all of the moving parts, inspect and repack wheel barrings, scrape and remove any rust spots then cover with touch up paint. That is about all I can think of right now.
     
  3. 2stroked

    2stroked LawnSite Senior Member
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    ok should I also add some lube underneath the tongue?
     
  4. Oakleaf landscape

    Oakleaf landscape LawnSite Senior Member
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    Yea, lube your balls and coupler...
     
  5. JDiepstra

    JDiepstra LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I do nothing.
     
  6. all ferris

    all ferris LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Winterizing a trailer here consists of putting as much "warm season" equipment as I can on the trailer and then parking it in the back of the shed.
     
  7. AI Inc

    AI Inc LawnSite Fanatic
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    daily , or as needed , lol.
     
  8. 2stroked

    2stroked LawnSite Senior Member
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    lmao :laugh:
     
  9. jsslawncare

    jsslawncare LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Me either but, mine doesn't set long enough during the winter.
     
  10. lawnspecialties

    lawnspecialties LawnSite Silver Member
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    If you want to, WD-40 wherever you feel like it would benefit. Other than that, nothing.
     

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