Bison Trailer Window Replacement
Alfa Auto Glass can replace Bison Trailer Windows if the trailer is located in Southern California. Please call (714) 323-2672 to schedule an appointment.
Bison trailers are primarily designed as horse carriers. They are made in Milford, Indiana USA. And just like automotive windows and RVs, they can break and/or need replacement. They make 7 foot, 8 foot and 8.5 foot wide LQ trailers.
Models We Service
Note: Bison has been making trailers since 1984. If you have a model that is from last century or isn’t on this list, please give us a call and we’ll let you know if we can replace the window on it. Our telephone number is: (714) 323-2672.
We do take insurance as a payment method. When you call in, let us know if you’d like to use your insurance and we’ll collect all necessary information from you over the phone.
- A common way to break windows in a Bison trailer is by backing into something. If this is your first rodeo in a Bison, consider practicing backing up in an empty lot so you get the hang of it.
- Always drive 55 mph. Trailers are heavy and it takes a bit longer to slow them down to a complete stop. One way to protect your windows and precious cargo is to NOT get into any accidents.
Below are links to Bison’s official website as well as their social media profiles. We have also included the phone number to their main office.