Increasing load weight capacity on a trailer

Most trailers are approved of getting their maximum load capacity changed. The exceptions could be if the trailer is too old or has already been upgraded to it's full potential. To get help with changing the maximum load weight of your trailer, contact your nearest dealer who will provide you with an offer and information about the process.

To change it, there will be a fee. Also keep in mind that parts may need to be switched in order for the trailer to be approved.

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