Frequently Asked Questions
Given below are a few frequently questions about SaiCorp products and services:
Q - Do you build custom trailers?
A - SaiCorp can build a custom trailer from the
ground up and from the inside out. You can put SaiCorp's engineering
and production team's unparalleled experience to work for you. We
can build a trailer to fit your exact, specific needs.
Q - Does SaiCorp have a financing plan?
A - SaiCorp has flexible financing plans available
nationwide at competitive rates. We'll work with you on an individual
basis to set up a plan. When you qualify, financing is normally
available through any of the financial institutes.
Q - How do I care for the finish on my SaiCorp trailer?
A - The best way to care for the finish on your trailer is to keep
it clean both inside and out. Road chemicals, tree sap, environmental
pollution and animal waste can be very harmful to your trailer.
Frequent washing can be one of the best ways to prolong the life
of your trailer. Most products suitable for automotive finishes
will work well on the exterior of your trailer, although you should
use extreme caution when using automotive "cleaner" waxes
or polishing compounds as the abrasives contained in these products
can damage the baked on finish on your trailer. Standard automotive
waxes applied to the painted surfaces of your trailer can provide
protection to the finish against staining and discoloration.
Q - How much road clearance do the trailer require?
A - 6" to 8" is the best. Clearance of less than that
can be used with additional care by the driver, and trailers that
are used off the road or that are towed in uneven terrain require
the driver to be extra careful to prevent damage.
Q - I do not have an owners manual for my trailer. How do I obtain
A - A standard owner's manual will be provided
along with every trailer manufactured by SaiCorp. It can also be
obtained by either sending SaiCorp an email requesting for an owners
manual, or call Customer Service at 080 - 51170327 and they will
send you one.
Q - Is it necessary to haul my trailer level?
A - It is very important that when your trailer is loaded that
it should be as level as possible. If the trailer is not level the
suspension system in the axles can be damaged, or the tires on one
axle may be overloaded. Measure the distance from the bottom of
the trailer frame at the front and rear of the trailer on a level
surface and compare the measurement. The measurements should be
nearly equal. This should be done with the trailer in a loaded condition.
Q - How much air pressure should I run in the tires on my SaiCorp
A - Most trailer tires should be run at their maximum inflation
pressure. Consult the maximum pressure rating on the sidewall of
the tire and inflate your tires to this amount when the tires are
cold. The pressure will rise as the tire heats up, so it is important
to check them before you leave and not bleed off the pressure when
they get hot. Most tire failures result from too low of pressure,
overloading, or excessive speed. These factors or a combination
of them causes the tire to get hot, and may result in a catastrophic
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