Flaman Trailers has put together a few helpful tips to remember before you head out on your big snowmobile trip to the Canadian Rockies (or wherever you’re going in the Great White North). Things like inspecting your trailer, remembering ramp jacks, properly (and securely) positioning your sleds and more.
For the past 30 years, the name Flaman has become synonymous with “trailers” across Alberta, Saskatchewan & Manitoba and for good reason. We are the largest trailer dealership network in Western Canada after all.
But we do more than just sell the trailers themselves. Flaman carries a full lineup of trailer parts and accessories. And we also have a full-service shop capable of repairing, maintaining, and upgrading your trailer. We decided to put together a list of just a few parts, accessories and services we offer that you may not have thought about when you purchased your trailer, or possibly ones that you should consider for your next trailer purchase.
The winter of 2020/2021 is shaping up to be a great year for sledding. A huge dump of snow across much of the prairies in early November coupled with a global pandemic keeping people at home is the perfect recipe for spending quality time on some fresh powder.
There’s a lot that goes into buying a snowmobile trailer. We’ve talked about it before, but some of the big considerations include choosing between an open vs. enclosed trailer, steel vs. aluminum frame and heated vs. not. A lot of your decision-making will likely come down to budget, storage requirements, your vehicle’s towing capacity and where/how much you’ll use the trailer. If you’re looking for customization, our parts & service team can help you upgrade your trailer to fit your lifestyle.
Diamond C Trailers is a family-owned and operated trailer manufacturer located in Mt. Pleasant, Texas and has been manufacturing high quality trailers for 35 years. Flaman's Diamond C lineup includes utility trailers, hydraulic dump trailers and equipment and machinery flat deck trailers. But what makes Diamond C’s trailers different?
When the mercury drops like it has in Edmonton and across the prairies, it’s a nuisance for most people. Maybe your car won’t start, or you have to turn the thermostat up a little to offset the cold. But for some members of our community, the cold presents a serious, potentially life-threatening challenge just to stay warm. And they urgently need our help.