Warranty Information

Wrangler Trailer Warranty

Structural Warranty

All our new trailers are covered by a structural Warranty.

The Warranty entitles the original purchaser from the date of purchase and covers the chassis and drawbar only from fatigue and has a guarantee for a period of 12 months (1) year from the original date of purchase subject to the terms below:

Wrangler Trailers retains the right to repair or replace any part which in the opinion of the manufacturer is defective due to faulty material or workmanship provided that the trailer has been operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and safe towing practices:

Wrangler Trailers Warranty does not cover any trailer parts or accessories that are not manufactured by Wrangler Trailers.

All 3rd party parts or accessories are supplied with the Warranty terms & conditions and period provided by the manufacturer of any such parts or accessories.

Those accessories include but are not limited to:

  • Jockey Wheels
  • Hydraulic cylinders
  • Axles
  • Lights
  • Winches etc.

All Warranty repairs must be performed during normal business hours at our Wrangler Trailers workshop, 832 Chittering Rd, Bullsbrook.

Warranty repairs carried out in other locations require prior authorisation from Wrangler Trailers. Unauthorised repairs are not covered under this Warranty.

The purchaser is responsible for caring for their Trailer in accordance with the ‘Wrangler Trailers Servicing Guide’ found on this page and provided to the customer. The purchaser will be responsible for paying all service, call fees or transport charges, and damages and loss incurred in connection with the transportation of the trailer to and from Wrangler Trailers premises.

The following is not covered by the Warranty in any way whatsoever:

  • Paint
  • Rust
  • Wheels & Tyres
  • Springs
  • General consumables e.g. bearings, brakes, Wiring etc.
  • Any other items deemed to be consumable

Termination of Warranty

This warranty becomes immediately voided and terminates whereby the trailer is:

a) subject to misuse, neglect, accident or alteration by any person.

b) damaged or destroyed by fire, flood, Act of God or other inevitable accident.

c) hired to any person or persons.

d) overloaded in an unlawful manner whereby the trailer is in an illegal loaded state.

e) failure to timely and completely perform regular maintenance and service as prescribed by the ‘Wrangler Trailers Servicing Guide’

This Warranty is in addition to any rights or remedies the purchaser has under the Trades Practices Act or state laws.

This Warranty is not offered on products sold at auction or as a demonstrator, factory seconds or on used products, unless with express written permission by Wrangler Trailers.

Unless any addition or attachment to this product has Wrangler Trailers specific approval or is sold as a Wrangler Trailers product the Warranty on the trailer is waived. Trailers are designed to perform a specific task under established test loads and unauthorised attachments may produce stresses for which the design is not appropriate.

Design, specifications and colours are subject to change without notice.

Wrangler Trailers Structural Warranty may change at any time without notice.

Trailer Servicing Guide

With the correct maintenance, you can prolong the life of your trailer for many years. Below is a guide to assist you with maintaining your trailer to keep your warranty valid.

After Buying A New Trailer

Maintenance is required to the trailer after the first 500km and every 1000km thereafter. Trailers must be serviced every 5000km or annually whichever arrives first.

Bolts & Nuts

It is important to check all bolts and nuts regularly including all:

  • Coupling bolts & accessories
  • Springs/shackle bolts
  • Wheel nuts
  • Bearing nut
  • U-bolts
  • Brake & calliper bolts


Check your bearings for play and grease them regularly with high-speed bearing grease.

Ensure correct tension through regular servicing (Every 6-12 months depending on usage).

If left unattended, incorrectly tensioned bearings can cause damage to your hubs and axles.


Check your brake pads for excessive wear. Your brake cable will require adjusting over time.

Loosen or tighten the cable using the adjuster.

The cable should have just enough slack to fit your thumb between the hammer and cylinder.

Axles & suspension

Check your springs regularly to ensure they are in good working order. The bushes will require changing each service.

Check all nuts and bolts are tight.

Check your axles for rust and treat them with a kill rust primer to prevent serious damage.

Wheels & tyres

Ensure your wheel nuts are tight and regularly check the tyres for uneven or excessive wear.

Ensure your trailer's tyres are inflated to the correct PSI.

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