July 2017 | Kingston Trailers Quality From the Inside Out
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Kingston Trailers Quality From the Inside Out

July 2017

Located in Kingston, MA, Kingston Trailers has a reputation for manufacturing top of the line quality vehicles. Kingston Trailers supplies trailers to numerous dealerships, and although their market is primarily the Northeast, demand for “Kingstons” has spread as far south as Florida and as far west as Chicago. Each year, the company manufactures and sells their elite, sought after trailers, which are available in several different models.

Kingston engineers consistently update and improve their line of trailers. The aluminum Kingston uses is similar to that used in the construction of truck bodies, and is the thickest available in the horse trailer industry. This thickness helps to reduce or eliminate bending and flexing caused by wind. A horse trailer with sides that bend is not going to ride as quietly as a trailer with stiffer walls, especially if those flexible walls are attached to a relatively inflexible frame. Construction begins with an all-aluminum frame and chassis that is reinforced with heavy cross-bars to minimize strain on floor boards. All surfaces which will come into contact with the skin are covered with a high-density, foam using double-sided adhesive tape for the added benefit of strongly bonding the aluminum to the frame. The skin is further attached to the frame with rivets, resulting in a quiet, quality ride.

It is important to note that a strong, durable, aluminum frame is manufactured to withstand the roughest road conditions, and features strategic drip holes to allow water to run out of the aluminum tubing and help prevent moisture build up. A two-inch by two-inch heavy wall of tubing runs horizontally in the stall area four feet from the floor to help withstand a side impact accident or rollover. For more information or to view their gallery, visit www.kingstontrailers.com.