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2009 WILSON DWH-550 in Morris, IL
Stock Number: 10576
2009 WILSON, DWH-550 Semi-Trailers - Hopper / Grain Trailers, Air Scale, Front and Rear Ladders, Roll Tarp, Air Ride Suspension, Stainless Steel Compo...
Newark Truck & Tractor - Website
Morris, IL - 44 mi. away
2006 WILSON in Morris, IL
Stock Number: 10177
2006 WILSON, Semi-Trailers - Drop Deck Trailers, 10'2" Spread, Air Ride Suspension, Aluminum Composition, , , L x W x H: 53 x 102 x...
Newark Truck & Tractor - Website
Morris, IL - 44 mi. away
2013 WILSON DROPDECK in Rockford, OH
Stock Number: TL1558


2013 Wilson 53 x 102 , Air ride Spread axle Trailer, 255/22.5 Alum. Wheels, 10'1" Spread axle with ramps...
J & B Equipment Sales - Website
Rockford, OH - 227 mi. away

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WILSON Equipment Information:

Since its founding in 1890, Wilson equipment has been an innovator in the livestock and commodity trailers space. Founded by Frank T. Wilson, Wilson Equipment has been based in the principle of “Customer Satisfaction Through Quality Products & Services.” This dedication to providing the best products possible for their customers has allowed them to become a well-known and trusted name in the trailer industry. Throughout more than a century, Wilson equipment has been an innovator, creating top-of-the-line trailers for use in a number of different industries, from livestock hauling to grain shipping and more.

In its earliest years, the company produced wagons and carriages, moving into the truck bodies and cabs market as the automobile industry began to take hold of the country. As the years progressed, they built custom sleeper buses for popular bands, such as the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Livestock trailers became a major focus of their business, and they began to perfect the use of aluminum in their trailer offerings, which was a major development for the entire industry.

Wilson is known as the true pioneer of the first combo trailer in the flatbed industry. In 1983, they introduced the first steel and aluminum trailer, greatly reducing the weight of trailers without sacrificing capacity. Other patented features that can be found on Wilson Equipment include the Roller Strap Trap and RollerTrap trap opener, giving owners and operators some of the more sought after features in the business.

One of the reasons that Wilson equipment trailers are so popular is that they are known for their high resale and trade-in value. Those who purchase from their extensive lineup of livestock trailers, commodity trailers, flatbed trailers, and Gooseneck livestock trailers can be confident that their investment will pay off over years of ownership with a product that retains its monetary value.