In most cases yes, however you need to see your dealer about the specific truck and trailer combination.
Yes. Trailers require registered license plates just as cars do.
Yes. Orchard Trailers provides many different forms of financing. Visit our Financing Page to learn more.
Yes. At Orchard Trailers we take every step necessary to make sure you have a safe trailer experience.
No! Used trailers purchased at Orchard Trailers have been thoroughly serviced. Private sale used trailers are usually purchased as is. Beware! Visit the Used Trailer sections of our site for a complete listing of available used trailers. Used Horse Trailers, Used Camper Trailers, Used Cargo Trailers.
Yes. We have a full service shop with skilled mechanics here to set your vehicle up for your new trailer.
Yes. We offer delivery anywhere in the United States.
A weight distribution kit increases the capacity of an existing trailer hitch most often from 5,000 lbs. capacity to 7,500 lbs. capacity. The main purpose of the kit is to safely distribute the weight of the truck and trailer.
Neither. Some horses prefer to travel riding forward and some prefer the slant. Sorry...no right answer for this question.
Both are safe if hooked up properly with the correct tow vehicle. However, goosenecks give a more stable ride because the hitch is mounted in the back of the truck as opposed to the rear of the vehicle.
There is no correct answer for this. Some horses prefer one over the other, however most will load onto a step up if trained properly.
In general, trailers should be serviced annually or every 12,000 miles, whichever comes first.
That depends on the overall size and weight of your trailer. We at Orchard Trailers are happy to recommend appropriate tow vehicles based on your trailer choice.