2018 NTDA SERVICE DEPARTMENT LABOR HOURS SURVEY
2018 National Trailer Dealers Association Service Labor Hours Survey

SURVEYS DUE BY WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28!

IMPORTANT: Complete only the sections of the survey that pertain to trailers you routinely repair or install, or operations that you regularly perform in your shop. Only use the tab button to move from one field to the next. If you hit "RETURN" before the end of the survey, it will submit the form prematurely.

Please complete the address information below so we can send you the survey results. Participants will receive the results free-of-charge. YOUR INDIVIDUAL SURVEY DATA WILL REMAIN STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Survey forms must be returned to the NTDA no later than Feb. 28, 2018.

INSTRUCTIONS

Please read ALL instructions before completing the survey.

1. The results of the 2018 NTDA Service Department Labor Hours Survey will be available free-of-charge to those NTDA Dealer members that choose to participate. The Survey Report will also be made available for a fee to non-participating companies.

2. The survey is a time study being conducted of NTDA Dealer members’ trailer repair and installation experiences. It is being conducted by the NTDA as a guide to aid members in establishing baseline installation and repair times for their operations that will ultimately improve their shop productivity and profitability.

3. The survey questionnaire was developed by a Committee of the NTDA Board of Directors. The Committee, composed of Dealer members, spent considerable time and effort revising this survey form in order to provide the most comprehensive and useful data possible.

4. Part I of this survey asks for general information about your shop operations, including number of employees, material handling questions and employee compensation.

5. In some cases, installation or repair times for specific items would not differ significantly for reefers, dry vans and flatbeds (i.e., brake jobs or lighting repairs). In other cases, time experiences may differ depending on the type of trailer (i.e., floors or doors). Part II A includes those items in which time experiences would be “universal” for reefers, dry vans and flatbeds. Part II B includes those items in which time experiences would differ for reefers, dry vans and flatbeds.

6. Parts II A and II B ask for installation and repair times for 22 major categories: Suspensions & Axles; Landing Gear; Brakes/Under Carriage; Brake Controls & Air System; Wheel, Tire & Hub; Bumper; Pintle Hook; Converter Dolly/Draw Bar; Electrical/Lights; Frame; Paint; Side Assembly; Rear Door Frame; Door & Hardware; Roof Assembly & Upper Section; Floors; Refrigeration; and Liftgates.

7. *****IMPORTANT!!!******
Leave blank any sections that include items with which you do not have significant experience. Do not include handling time from place of storage to the installation or assembly bay. Estimate hours based on all aspects of repairs needed by the mechanic (i.e., include set up of repair, completion of the operation and/or tear down). Do not include time to obtain parts for repairs or bringing the trailer into the bay. Do not include time to upload incoming shipments as it is assumed that will be factored into your incoming freight cost.

The NTDA understands that times may vary depending on the brand involved in certain installations. Please list the average installation time for the brand you use most often. Only aggregate data will be published.

8. Fill in time (hours) that you charge a customer (“Book Rate”) to install the specified pieces of equipment or to perform the alterations indicated. Record to the nearest tenth of an hour (i.e., for 2 hours and 45 minutes, record 2.8). Do not include posted rates that you charge your customers.

9. Call NTDA President Gwen Brown at 1-800-800-4552, or e-mail gwen@ntda.org, with questions or recommendations to improve the survey in the future.

DEFINITIONS:
Replace: To remove a component and replace it with a reconditioned, rebuilt, good used, or new component.
Overhaul: To rebuild a device or an assembly.
Repaint: Refinished by technicians or painters.
Paint: Apply paint for decoration or protection.
Install: To set up an accessory part or kit for use in a trailer.
R&R: Remove and replace.
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  • Service Manager
    Service Writer
    Parts
    Shop Foreman
    Office
    Warranty Administration
    Total Staff
    How many repair bays does your dealership have?
    How many technicians do you employ?
    Does your dealership offer rental/leasing?
    Does your shop offer mobile service?
    Do you currently utilize material handling equipment in your shop?
    Does your shop have a paint booth?
  • What was your most recent fiscal year sales volume?
    What is the average hourly wage rate that you pay your shop mechanics?
    What is the pay range for technician staff (Entry to Experienced)?
  • Number of Employees Base/Straight-time Salary Overtime/Bonus Incentives Total Compensation
    Parts Manager
    Parts Salesperson
    Parts Clerk
    Service/Repair Manager
    Service/Repair Supervisor
    Service/Repair Senior Technician
    Service/Repair Technician
    Service/Repair Apprentice
    Operations Manager
    Warehouse Supervisor
    Warehouse Employee
    Driver/Delivery Personnel
    Shipping Coordinator
  • # of Employees
    Total number of employees at beginning of year (FTE)
    Plus the number of employees hired during the year
    Minus the number of employees who left during the year
    Equals the total number of employees at the end of the year (FTE)
  • Yes No
    Do you offer a retirement plan to your employees?
    401(k) (with or without employer contribution)
    Profit Sharing Plan (discretionary employer contribution)
    Payroll Deduction/SEP/SIMPLE IRA (Group RRSP in Canada)
    Defined Benefit Plan (fixed, pre-established benefit)
  • PART II A

    1. SUSPENSIONS & AXLES

    REPLACE
    Time in Hours
    Record time to the nearest tenth of an hour (i.e., for 2 hours and 45 minutes, record 2.8).
  • Axle Assembly — Spring (with brakes and cams)
    Axle Assembly — Air Ride (with brakes and cams)
    Axle Assembly — Spring (without brakes and cams)
    Axle Assembly — Air Ride (without brakes and cams)
    Axle Beam with Axle Seats and Chamber and Brackets
    Axle Spring Seat
    Hub Bearings and Cups
    R&R Oil Seals (Drum Brakes)
    R&R Oil Seals (Disc Brakes)
    One New Hub/Install Cups
    One New Hub/Cups Installed
    R&R One Hub Without Cup
    R&R a Axle Nut Pack
    R&R a Bare Tube Axle Assembly Using Existing (old) Components
    R&R One Spoke Wheel with Cup
    R&R One Spoke Wheel Without Cup
    R&R One Wheel Stud per Side
    Install or Replace Hub or Drum
    Air Ride per Axle — Quick Align
    Air Ride per Axle — Welded Washer Alignment
    Radius Rod
    One Spring and U-bolts
    Equalizer
    Front Spring Hanger (includes paint)
    Center Spring Hanger (includes paint)
    Rear Spring Hanger (includes paint)
    Air Ride Hanger
    One Air Spring (bag)
    Height Control Valve
    One Shock Absorber
    Air Ride Trailing Arm (weld-on)
    Air Ride Trailing Arm (bolt-on)
    Complete Slider Box (Air ride)
    Complete Slider Box (Spring)
  • LANDING GEAR
    Landing Gear Assembly
    Includes: Hoist front of trailer, remove leg assembly and reinstall; excludes paint.

    REPLACE
    Time in Hours
    Record time to the nearest tenth of an hour (i.e., for 2 hours and 45 minutes, record 2.8).
  • Replace Steel Wingplate
    Replace One Landing Leg (van)
    Replace One Landing Leg (flat)
    Complete Set of Landing Gear (van)
    Complete Set of Landing Gear (flat)
    R&R Shoe (Cushion Foot or Sand Shoe)
    Center Bracing Between Gear
    Replace Cross Drive Shaft
    Replace Crank Handle
  • BRAKES/UNDER CARRIAGE
    Includes: Remove wheel end components, brake shoes, anchor pins, clean, inspect all parts, reinstall (using exchange shoes) and adjust. Includes replacing oil seals.

    REPLACE
    Time in Hours
    Record time to the nearest tenth of an hour (i.e., for 2 hours and 45 minutes, record 2.8).
  • R&R Brakes ― One Axle (OB Drum, Shoes, Kit)
    R&R Brakes ― Two Axles* (OB Drum, Shoes, Kit)
    R&R Brakes ― One Axle (Inboard Drum, Shoes, Kit)
    R&R Brakes ― One Axle Hub w/ Cup (Disc Brakes)
    R&R Brakes ― Two Axles Hub w/ Cup (Disc Brakes)
    Single Pod Brake Chamber
    Service/Brake Assembly
    Camshaft and Bushings (Inner)
    Camshaft and Bushings (Outer)
    Disc Wheel (outboard mount)
    Brake Return Spring
    Grease and Adjust Brakes
    Q-Type (exchange)
    Spring Fabricated Equalizer
    Leaf Spring and “U” Bolts
    One Fabricated Hanger — Front
    One Fabricated Hanger — Center
    One Fabricated Hanger — Rear
    Bogie Assembly Using Existing Axles and Components
    Both Upper Rails with Bogie Removed
    Multi-function Valve
  • Air Chamber (single)
    Air Chamber/Spring Brake
    Air Chamber ― Pintle Hook
    Air Hose ― Rubber
    Air Hose ― Slider
    Air Hose ― Service
    Air Hose ― Supply (emergency)
    One Air Tank (with valve on it)
    Relay Valve Brake
    One Spring Brake Valve
    Hose (air chamber to valves)
    Glad Hand on Nose
    Main Air Line (service or emergency)
    Synflex (nylon)
    Drain Cock
    Chamber Diaphragm (service side only)
    Shut-off Cock (valve)
    One Manual Slack Adjuster
    One Auto Slack Adjuster
    One Torque Rod (adjustable)
    One Torque Rod (non-adjustable)
    Sensor and/or Retainer Clip
    Sensor Cable
    ABS ECU Valve
    Relay Valve Cable
    Power Cable — Bogie to ECU
    Power Cable — Seven-way to Bogie
    Shoe Roller
    Bearing Replacement
    Bearing Cone
    Diagnostic Cable
    Locate and Repair an Air Leak
    R&R Air Valve (service, emergency, quick release, push-pull)
    Leveling Valve ― Air Ride Suspension
    Elect Dump Valve
    Meritor PSI Tire Inflation System
    Hendrickson TireMaxx
  • Rim & Tire
    Wheel — Disc
    Wheel — Spoke
    Hub Cap/Gasket
    Oil or Semi-fluid Grease Seals — One Seal
    Oil or Semi-fluid Grease Seals — Four Seals
  • BUMPER
    Bumper Assembly — ICC
    Includes: Cut off vertical and lateral components, reinstall and paint.

    REPLACE
    Time in Hours
    Record time to the nearest tenth of an hour (i.e., for 2 hours and 45 minutes, record 2.8).
  • Complete ICC Bumper (weld-on) (Vertical & Horizontal)
    Complete ICC Bumper (bolt-on) (Vertical & Horizontal)
    R&R DOT Bumper (weld-on) Horizontal
  • Air Chamber (pintle hook)
    Plunger (pintle hook)
    Latch (pintle hook)
    Guide Angle (pintle hook)
    Mounting Cross-member (pintle hook)
    Safety Chain (pintle hook)
  • Fifth Wheel Assembly (dolly)
    Draw Bar (dolly)
    Lunette Eye (dolly)
    Attachment Bracket (dolly)
    Converter Dolly Leg (dolly)
    Hook (dolly)
  • Fifth Wheel Assembly (dolly)
    Draw Bar (dolly)
    Lunette Eye (dolly)
    Attachment Bracket (dolly)
    Converter Dolly Leg (dolly)
    Hook (dolly)
  • ELECTRICAL/LIGHTS
    Includes: Remove lens, bulb and replace.

    REPLACE
    Time in Hours
    Record time to the nearest tenth of an hour (i.e., for 2 hours and 45 minutes, record 2.8).
  • One Marker Light
    Load Light
    Stop/Tail Lights
    License Plate Light
    Cargo Light
    Mid-Mount Turn Signal
    Domelight Incandescent
    Domelight LED
    Spotlight
    Domelight/Spotlight Toggle Momentary or Switch - Front Nose Plug (flat)
    Domelight/Spotlight Toggle Momentary or Switch - Front Nose Plug
    Six- or Seven-Way Receptacle — Receptacle Only
    Six- or Seven-Way Receptacle — Receptacle with Circuit Breaker
    Junction Box (disconnect all wire leads, remove box, reinstall and test circuits)
    Harness/Main (disconnect terminal at receptacle, rear module lights, remove harness and replace) — Long Van
    Harness/Main (disconnect terminal at receptacle, rear module lights, remove harness and replace) — Short Van
    Rewire
    Harness/Rear Assembly
    Harness/Rear Trip
    ICC Lights (FMVSS 108)
  • PART II B

  • FRAME

    Upper Running Gear Rail
    Includes: Hoist trailer, R&R suspension components and air brake components, cut off rail; re-install.

  • Single Axle
    Tandem Axle
    Spread Axle
    R&R Slider Pads Complete
    Relocate (2) Slider Stop Blocks
  • All Vans
    Long Vans ― Tandem Axle
    Short Vans ― Single Axle
    Spread Axle Vans
    R&R Slider Pads Complete
    Relocate (2) Slider Stop Blocks
  • One Crossmember — Dry Vans
    One Crossmember — Reefers
    One Crossmember — Flatbeds
  • One Crossmember at Rear of Front Sub — Dry Vans
    One Crossmember at Rear of Front Sub — Reefers
    One Crossmember at Rear of Front Sub — Flatbeds
  • One Crossmember Over Running Gear — Dry Vans
    One Crossmember Over Running Gear — Reefers
    One Crossmember Over Running Gear — Flatbeds
    Tire Protector Plates at front Subrame — Dry Vans
    Tire Protector Plates at front Subrame — Reefers
  • Front Upper Coupler
    Complete Upper Coupler Assembly
    R&R Front Rail
    Install New King Pin and 3/8" Overlay Plate
    Move King Pin Setting
  • Front Upper Coupler
    Complete Upper Coupler Assembly
    R&R Front Rail
    Install New King Pin and 3/8" Overlay Plate
    Move King Pin Setting
  • Front Upper Coupler
    Complete Upper Coupler Assembly
    R&R Front Rail
    Install New King Pin and 3/8" Overlay Plate
    Move King Pin Setting
  • Front One Wall Post
    Multiple Front Wall Posts (each)
    Front Nose Rail
    One Nose Post
    One Corner Radius Post/Sheet
    One Front Top Corner Cap
    49" Front Wall Panel
    Reseal and Caulk Corner Castings
    Reseal and Caulk Electrical and Air Recessed Box
    Install Front Vent Door Type
    Install Front Vent Louvered
    Install Step & Grabhandle
    R&R Nose Cone
  • Front One Wall Post
    Multiple Front Wall Posts (each)
    Front Nose Rail
    One Nose Post
    One Corner Radius Post/Sheet
    One Front Top Corner Cap
    49" Front Wall Panel
    Reseal and Caulk Corner Castings
    Reseal and Caulk Electrical and Air Recessed Box
    Install Front Vent Door Type
    Install Front Vent Louvered
    Install Step & Grabhandle
    R&R Nose Cone
  • 53' Long Van
    48' Long Van
    28' Short Van
  • 53' Both Sides, Nose Rail — Dry Van
    53' Both Sides, Nose Rail — Reefer
    48' Both Sides, Nose Rail — Dry Van
    48' Both Sides, Nose Rail — Reefer
    28' Both Sides, Nose Rail — Dry Van
    28' Both Sides, Nose Rail — Reefer
  • Bulkhead Only
    Landing Legs and Brackets Only
    Suspensions Only
    Rear Frame Only
  • 53'- Flatbed — Paint All Viewable Parts
    53'- Flatbed — Paint All Steel Parts Inside and Out
    48'- Flatbed — Paint All Viewable Parts
    48'- Flatbed — Paint All Steel Parts Inside and Out
    28'- Flatbed — Paint All Viewable Parts
    28'- Flatbed — Paint All Steel Parts Inside and Out
    48" Bulkhead Only — Paint All Viewable Parts
    48" Bulkhead Only — Paint All Steel Parts Inside and Out
    Outer Rail Only — 53' — Paint All Viewable Parts
    Outer Rail Only — 53' — Paint All Steel Parts Inside and Out
    Outer Rail Only — 48' — Paint All Viewable Parts
    Outer Rail Only — 48' — Paint All Steel Parts Inside and Out
    Outer Rail Only — 28' — Paint All Viewable Parts
    Outer Rail Only — 28' — Paint All Steel Parts Inside and Out
  • Top Rail — 53' Trailer
    Top Rail — Section (splice)
    One 25' Top Rail
    Bottom Rail — Aluminum Extrusion - Long Vans (53')
    Bottom Rail — Aluminum Extrusion - Long Vans (48')
    Bottom Rail — Aluminum Extrusion - Short Vans (28')
    Bottom Rail — Section 14'
    Alum Side Panel Dry Van (Sheet/Post)
    Composite 48” Side Panel
    R&R Side Post
    R&R Corrugated 12” Steel Scuffliner 53’
    R&R ¾” Hardwood Scuffliner 53’
    R&R 5/8” x 12” HDPE Scuffliner 53’
    R&R One Sheet 48” Plywood Liner
    Install Full 48” Plywood Roof Runner
    Install: Logistic Track — 10' Section (each)
    Install: Logistic Track — 53' Section
    Side Door Header Reinforcement
    Side Door Rail Reinforcement
    Exterior Rub Rail
  • Top Rail — 53' Trailer
    Top Rail — Section (splice)
    One 25' Top Rail
    Bottom Rail — Aluminum Extrusion - Long Vans (53')
    Bottom Rail — Aluminum Extrusion - Long Vans (48')
    Bottom Rail — Aluminum Extrusion - Short Vans (28')
    Bottom Rail — Section 14'
    Alum Side Panel Reefer (Foam)
    Composite 48” Side Panel
    R&R Side Post
    R&R Corrugated 12” Steel Scuffliner 53’
    R&R ¾” Hardwood Scuffliner 53’
    R&R 5/8” x 12” HDPE Scuffliner 53’
    R&R One Sheet 48” Plywood Liner
    Install Full 48” Plywood Roof Runner
    Install: Logistic Track — 10' Section (each)
    Install: Logistic Track — 53' Section
    Side Door Header Reinforcement
    Side Door Rail Reinforcement
    Exterior Rub Rail
  • Replace Rear Door Frame Assembly
    Top Rear Header
    Rear Corner Post
    24" Rear Threshold Plate
    Replace Rear Buckplate
  • Replace Rear Door Frame Assembly
    Top Rear Header
    Rear Corner Post
    24" Rear Threshold Plate
    Replace Rear Buckplate
  • Build up new Composite or Plymetal (Complete with C-Lock Gasket)
    Replace All Door Rubber Gasket — Swing Doors
    Complete Overhead Door (with track and operator)
    Overhead Door Operator and Adjust
    Rear Door Panel — One Door
    Holdbacks/Door
    Hinge/Door
    Lock Rod Assembly
    Door Assembly ― Roll-up
    Cable ― Roll-up Door
    Drum ― Roll-up Door
    Hand Strap ― Roll-up
    Latch Assembly ― Roll-up Door
    Overhead Operator ― Roll-up Door
    Hinge ― Roll-up Door
    Roller ― Roll-up Door
  • Build up new Composite or Plymetal (Complete with C-Lock Gasket)
    Transfer Rear Door Hardware for Reefer, Plymetal Composite Doors
    Replace All Door Rubber Gasket — Both Reefer Swing Doors
    Overhead Door Operator and Adjust
    Replace Aluminum Cover Sheet on One Reefer Rear Door
    Replace Stainless Steel Cover Sheet on Reefer Rear Door
    Rear Door Panel — One Door
    Rear Door Panel — Reefer — One Door with Extenernal Hat Sections
    Holdbacks/Door
    Hinge/Door
    Lock Rod Assembly
    Door Assembly ― Roll-up
    Cable ― Roll-up Door
    Drum ― Roll-up Door
    Hand Strap ― Roll-up
    Latch Assembly ― Roll-up Door
    Overhead Operator ― Roll-up Door
    Hinge ― Roll-up Door
    Roller ― Roll-up Door
  • Transfer Rear Door Hardware for Reefer, Plymetal Composite Doors
    Replace All Door Rubber Gasket Both Reefer Swing Doors
    Complete Overhead Door (with track and operator)
    Install Rear Vent Door
  • Build Up New Composite or Plymetal (Complete with C-Lock Gasket)
    Transfer Rear Door Hardware for Reefer, Plymetal Composite Doors
    Complete Overhead Door (with track and operator)
    Install Rear Vent Door
  • 2' Aluminum Roof Splice at Nose
    2' Translucent Aluminum Roof Splice at Nose
    Roof Panel — Aluminum
    Roof Sheet (aluminum and translucent) — 48'
    Roof Sheet (aluminum and translucent) — 53'
    5' Front Roof Panel Top to Bottom at Rear (with moldings)
    Unit Framing in Nose
    Complete Front Roof Panel Front Wall
    Patch Hole in Roof 1' Square (buck rivets)
    R&R Roof Bow (no lining)
    Replace Unit Frame with Nose
    R&R Complete Top Side Rail with Roof Sheet Removed (53')
    R&R Front Top Nose Rail-roof
    Replace Front Center Panel
    Replace Front Bottom Exterior Scuff Rail with Liners Removed
    Replace Complete Bottom Rail — No Scuff Band or Lining on a 53' Van
  • 2' Aluminum Roof Splice at Nose
    2' Translucent Aluminum Roof Splice at Nose
    Roof Panel — Aluminum
    Roof Sheet (aluminum and translucent) — 48'
    Roof Sheet (aluminum and translucent) — 53'
    5' Front Roof Panel Top to Bottom at Rear (with moldings)
    Unit Framing in Nose
    Complete Front Roof Panel Front Wall
    Patch Hole in Roof 1' Square (buck rivets)
    R&R Roof Bow (no lining)
    Replace Unit Frame with Nose
    R&R Complete Top Side Rail with Roof Sheet Removed (53')
    R&R Front Top Nose Rail-roof
    Replace Front Center Panel
    Replace Front Bottom Exterior Scuff Rail with Liners Removed
    Replace Complete Bottom Rail — No Scuff Band or Lining on a 53' Van
  • One Aluminum Floor with Fillers and Insulation
    Complete Wood Floor 48'
    Laminated Oak Floor Kit 48' Kit
    Laminated Oak Floor Kit 53' Kit
    Section Laminated Oak Floor at Center of Trailer 1'x3'
    Section Laminated Oak Floor Approximately 8'x8' at Rear (stagger joints) Threshold Removed
    Aluminum Duct (do not replace flashing sills or insulation)
    Floor Sections 6'
    Floor Sections 9'
    Floor Sections 12'
    Aluminum Rear Gutter
    8'x8' of Aluminum Duct Floor at Rear
    Section 1' / 2' of Aluminum Duct Floor
    24" Threshold Plate
    Apply Floor Restore Kit (Laminated Floor)
  • One 6' Section Aluminum Reefer Floor
    One Complete Aluminum Reefer Floor
    One Aluminum Floor with Fillers and Insulation
  • Complete Wood Floor 48'
    Splice One Floor Plank 3' Long Apitong Floor
    Replace 48’ Wood Nailer (Alum Floor)
    Aluminum Duct (do not replace flashing sill or insulation)
    Floor Sections 6'
    Floor Sections 9'
    Floor Sections 12'
    8'x8' of Aluminum Duct Floor at Rear
    Section 1' / 2' of Aluminum Duct Floor
    24" Threshold Plate
  • One Welded Mounting Stud
    One Through Front Wall Design Mounting Stud
    Air Duct
    Air Return Bulkhead
    Battery — Refrigeration
    One Rear Aluminum Drain Pan
    One Air Chute
    Fuel Tank — Refrigeration Unit Under-mount Fuel Tank
    Fuel Lines — Refrigeration Nose-mount Unit
    Unit on Nose of Trailer (R&R)
    Cut Out Reefer Front for Refrigeration Unit — Opening — Aluminum
    Cut Out Reefer Front for Refrigeration Unit — Opening — Stainless Steel
    Install New Refrigeration Unit
    Remove Refrigeration Unit
    Replace Refrigeration Unit
  • LIFTGATES
    Installation time for electric gate including electric power pack. Does not include time for lights, reflectors, mud flaps or dock bumpers.

    Size

  • 1,000 lbs.-1,500 lbs.
    1,501 lbs.-3,000 lbs.
    3,001 lbs.-4,000 lbs.
    4,001 lbs. or More
  • 1,000 lbs.-1,500 lbs.
    1,501 lbs.-3,000 lbs.
    3,001 lbs.-4,000 lbs.
    4,001 lbs. or More
  • 3,000 lbs. or Less
    3001 lbs. or More
  • Prep for Rear Liftgate Install
    PTO and All Associated Hydraulics
    Remote Shut-off Switch
    Heavy-duty Dock Bumpers
    Relocate Stop/Turn/Tail Lamps
  • Prep for Rear Liftgate Install
    PTO and All Associated Hydraulics
    Remote Shut-off Switch
    Heavy-duty Dock Bumpers
    Relocate Stop/Turn/Tail Lamps
  • LIFTGATES
    Installation time for electric gate including electric power pack. Does not include time for lights, reflectors, mud flaps or dock bumpers.

    Size

    Reefer- Install (Hours)
    Conventional (upright)
  • 1,000 lbs.-1,500 lbs.
    1,501 lbs.-3,000 lbs.
    3,001 lbs.-4,000 lbs.
    4,001 lbs. or More
  • 1,000 lbs.-1,500 lbs.
    1,501 lbs.-3,000 lbs.
    3,001 lbs.-4,000 lbs.
    4,001 lbs. or More
  • 3,000 lbs. or Less
    3001 lbs. or More
  • 3,000 lbs. or Less
    3001 lbs. or More
  • Prep for Rear Liftgate Install
    PTO and All Associated Hydraulics
    Remote Shut-off Switch
    Heavy-duty Dock Bumpers
    Relocate Stop/Turn/Tail Lamps
  • Prep for Rear Liftgate Install
    PTO and All Associated Hydraulics
    Remote Shut-off Switch
    Heavy-duty Dock Bumpers
    Relocate Stop/Turn/Tail Lamps
  • Side Skirt Installation
    Install Basket Tire Carrier
    Install Aluminum Tool Box 24” x 24” x 60”
    Install Side Kit (Flatbed Trailer 48’)
    Install 48’ DOT Steel/Aluminum Bulkhead with Pockets (Flatbeds)
  • 39’ Roll Tarp
    Composite Liner ½ (39’ x 96”)
    Composite Liner Full (39’ x 96”)