Why buy parts from us?
Maine Trailer has serviced trailers of all types for more than 35 years. From utility and cargo trailers to dry vans, reefers, flatbeds and more – we’ve got the expertise and selection to keep you on the road. Our parts specialists have more than 75 years of combined experience in the trailer industry. If you’re not sure what parts you need, we can help! We stock top quality parts from the most dependable names in the industry.
Our Hampden location carries a wide variety of over the road and small trailer parts, with deliveries multiple times per week. If we don’t have the part you need, we can get it – usually within a few days! Not only that, Maine Trailer gives you options: We have two Mobile Showrooms that deliver parts all over the state, or we can ship your parts directly to you.
We also offer an online parts ordering system for our customers who want to be able to order predictive parts easily. Does your business frequently replace trailer axles, cams or brakes? Keep ahead of demand by having them delivered to your shop!
In the first part of this blog series, we talked about the time and research that goes into selecting where your purchases are made. Maine Trailer is a small business that prides itself on customer service. We choose parts from brands who have proven to be reliable and trustworthy in the trailer industry. Some of these brands have been around for more than a century. The majority of them are genuine OEM (original equipment manufacturer). When we come across a new product and our mechanics and parts specialists like what they see, we test them on our leasing fleet. If that product works great and saves us money, we know that our customers will benefit from it, too.
Our Hampden location has a warehouse of trailer specific parts readily available for our customers, as well as a large showroom for browsing. Our stock includes well known names like Kinedyne, Timken, Truck-Lite, Maxxima, Phillips and Redneck. We carry these brands because they fit strict criteria for excellence. Want a little more detail on some other brands? Look no further!
Delco Remy (Remy International)
The Remy name began with brothers who eventually opened their own electric company making components for batteries and starters in 1896. After more than 75 years with General Motors, Delco Remy became a privately owned company that is still producing auto parts today. In the trucking business, the most trusted name for starters and alternators is Delco-Remy. This is why they are OEM certified for Freightliner, Peterbilt, and Western Star trucks.
The premier axle brand in utility and equipment trailers, Dexter is the name that our customers request. As the industry leader, Dexter running gear and components are rigorously tested and continuously improving.
For more than a century, Hendrickson has been associated with excellence. What began as a truck company is now entirely focused on suspension systems that disperse the jarring effects of rough roads. We carry their suspension bushings, hangers, beams, leaf springs and more. Hendrickson parts are OEM certified for Utility and Vanguard trailers.
The focus of Stemco is simple: To make our roadways safer. Brake shoes and kits, wheel seals, hubometers and tire lock nut kits are some of the Stemco products that we keep in stock at Maine Trailer. Stemco brake shoes and wheel seals are OEM certified for Vanguard trailers.
Clarence Spicer began manufacturing universal joints in 1905 and has won several awards for quality manufacturing in the last hundred years. Maine Trailer sells Spicer U-joints because of their dependability and construction, which are OEM certified for Freightliner, Peterbilt, and Western Star trucks.
As parts specialists, we stand behind our products and believe that they’re the best in the industry. Our service department installs these components on our company fleet as well as our client’s fleets or personal trailers. Let us earn your repeat business by becoming your one-stop trailer resource.
Check back in a few weeks for the final piece of this three part blog series!