Construction trailers for sale.

Choose a huge selection of weights and styles from Felling, EBY and Load Trail.

For pricing and availability on construction trailers, call 763-307-2800.

No matter what you’re hauling, Lano can help you select the perfect trailer to get you where you’re going.

Lano Equipment always has a huge selection of new and used quality construction trailers for hauling practically any type of equipment – skid steer loaders, excavators, compact tractors, lawn mowers – you name it. Choose from the best dump trailers, drop deck trailers, gooseneck trailers, deck-over tag trailers, semi-trailers, aluminum trailers, and more, all from the best manufacturers.

Need a rental? We have everything from attachments to trailers available for daily, weekly or monthly rates!

Click the links below to see our selection of Felling trailers, Load Trail trailers, and EBY aluminum trailers. Scroll down to see all products.

Felling Trailers

Load Trail Trailers

EBY Trailers

Drop deck trailers

Gooseneck Trailers

Semi trailers

aluminum trailers

Dump trailers

For pricing and availability on construction trailers, call 763-307-2800.

Trailer Q&A:

Everything you need to know before you buy or rent a trailer.

What are the different types of trailers?

  • DROP DECK TRAILERS – A drop deck trailer is a commercial trailer designed to carry tall cargo that exceeds the legal height limit if transported on a traditional flatbed trailer. Transporting tall cargo on a drop deck trailer prevents drivers and operators from having to obtain permits.
  • GOOSENECK TRAILERS – Gooseneck trailers can be much longer, wider, and heavier than most bumper-pull units, which allows them to carry more weight (upward of 30,000 pounds) without compromising stability. They’re typically used for commercial purposes such as hot-shot vehicle towing, agriculture, horse/livestock transporting, etc.
  • DECK OVER TRAILERS – A deck over trailers, however, have a deck that rests above the wheels, creating a wider platform and a higher center of gravity. The deck over setup also allows for more versatility in cargo and towing styles, but not everyone prefers this style.
  • ALUMINUM TRAILERS – Lightweight: One of the strongest advantages aluminum trailers have is their lightweight construction. This makes them much easier to haul for lighter vehicles and helps keep those vehicles more fuel-efficient.
  • DUMP TRAILERS – A dump trailer is a perfect option for taking on a landscaping project. If you’re a landscaper, this workhorse will take on the back-breaking process of moving mulch, topsoil, and other materials.

How do i choose a TRAIler?

First, think about the following questions:

  • How will it be used?
  • What size do I need?
  • What load capacity do I need?
  • Is the bed height a factor?
  • Does it need sides?
  • Do I need ramps?
  • What about a tailgate?
  • What will I use to tow the trailer?

Should I buy or rent a trailer?

To purchase a trailer, you’ll either need a sizeable amount of cash or decent credit. While a purchase requires a larger upfront cost, it could save you money over time, especially if you plan on using the machine frequently. Use this general rule of thumb: if you use the machine more than 65% of the year, a purchase makes sense.  If you use it less than 65% (or less than eight months in a year), then you should rent. There are also possible tax advantages of buying as well as the potential return on investment, ask your accountant what makes sense for you.