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Sage Oil Vac Lube Trailers
Sage Oil Vac fuel and lube trailers are a solid investment for frequent on-site or in-field oil changes. By eliminating the need to transport large equipment to the shop for simple lube maintenance, your operation can save time and increase productivity. At a much lower investment than a dedicated lube service truck, with the option to transfer between fleet vehicles. Sage Oil Vac offers a large range of fuel and lube trailers, whether it’s a model with two 80-gallon tanks or a tri-axle 21,000 GVWR trailer with oil capacities of over 1,000 gallons, we can find the right fit for your needs.
Sage Oil Vac’s line of preventative maintenance (PM) trailers helped launch Sage as a household name. Each trailer provides the capabilities that Sage has become famous for — oil changes on stationary diesel engines like irrigated ag, gas compression stations, peak power generators, standby power generators and any diesel engine application where the engine is not on wheels. Our trailers are built strong for off-road applications with two to four tank configurations for oil and antifreeze exchanges. Tanks can accommodate even the largest diesel engines with oil capacities of more than 100 gallons. Each model meets the National Association of Trailer Manufacturers (NATM) compliance standards and all National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) guidelines. Sage offers fully enclosed cargo trailers as well as open trailer models. Open trailers are designed specifically to optimize load conditions, tongue weight and axle weights.
Jobsite trailers are designed for use in heavy equipment environments like construction contractors, oil and gas field service, equipment dealerships and rental companies. This mobile lube equipment product line features multiple tanks for the variety of maintenance fluids used in today’s rolling stock. These trailers feature more storage capacity for tools, filters and reel cabinets. Each model meets the National Association of Trailer Manufacturers (NATM) compliance standards and all National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) guidelines.