I have a twin axle car trailer that will be sitting outside this winter. Do any of you have any advice on how to "winterize" the trailer to survive the Wisconsin winter?
Move to California...seriously, get a tarp large enough to cover it 'n that should help a little. Weight of the snow shouldn't be a problem. Get the wheels off the ground though.
I used to live in the Wausau area and know about those Wisconsin winters. I miss them.
I'm in northern WI and do the following for all my trailers: Tarp the trailers to keep the snow off them if you can't get them under cover, throw a little bar bait inside as mice always seem to find a winter home in them, check the hubs and bearing, re-grease them if needed, jack up the trailer and put it on a solid supports to get the tires off the ground, I usually spray the exterior of the tires down with Wessley's Black Magic to keep weather checking down and then cover them as well. Make sure everything is well secured as winter winds can make a mess of things if tarps come loose. Good luck, and keep the woodstove fired up!