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OPERATOR’S MANUAL

2To You . . .Our ValuedCustomerThank you for your recent pur chase of a Mac-Lander trailer. Weare excited to have you as a newmember of our loyal and satisfiedcustomer base. You’ll find there aremany reasons Mac-Lander customers take such great pride andsatisfaction in ownership of ourquality products.Years of design and manufacturingexperience have gone into eachand every one of our units. And,thanks to stringent productionstandards and a strong dealer network we are able to meet andexceed our customers needs.Additionally, each trailer is backedby one of the strongest warrantiesin the industry.On an ongoing basis, Mac-Landeris always working and striving toimplement innovative changes andimprovements to its product line.Our customers expect the best —and we’re dedicated to deliveringit. Thank you again for yourpatronage.Sincerely,Jack B. McFarlandPresidentMac-Lander, Inc.What’s Inside . . .The Mac-Lander, Inc. Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3How to use this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4Models covered by this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5Finding and using your serial number . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5Important safety tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6Hook-up & operational procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-8DETAILED INFORMATION ON.Couplers & Balls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8Loading procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9Tie Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9Safety Chains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9Movable Beavertail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10Ramps (Slide-Out, Flip-Up and Fold-Over) . . . . . . .11Jack maintenance and operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11Tires and tire safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12Bearing lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12Battery use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13BRAKE TROUBLE-SHOOTING GUIDEWhat to do when you have . . .No brakes or weak brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14Intermittent, surging brakes or locking brakes . . . . . . .14MAC-LANDER’S WARRANTY REGISTRATIONFORM & INSPECTION REPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15IMPORTANT INSERTS(located in the back of this manual) Warranties for brakes, hubs, drums and related itemsParts listFiling a claimAxle maintenance and serviceTire care and warrantyTrailer jack operations and warrantyInstallation and use of breakaway battery

3The Mac-Lander WarrantyEffective July 1994Revised April 1998Non transferrable Mac-Lander, Inc. warrants each new vehicle and/orbody it manufacturers to be free from defects in material and workmanship, when used within prescribedweight limitations, for a period of three years fromdate of purchase to original purchaser. The 90-daywarranty on painted surfaces is an exception to thispolicy. Any part or parts of a Mac-Lander commercial vehicleand/or body subject to this warranty which our examination discloses to our satisfaction to have been defective in material and workmanship, when returned touse with transportation charges prepaid, will bereplaced or repaired without charge. Any alterations to a Mac-Lander unit or the installationof any equipment, material, parts not made or supplied by Mac-Lander, Inc., without approval of MacLander, Inc., shall void this warranty. The responsibility of Mac-Lander, Inc. is limited to conditions here expressed notwithstanding any representations or warranties made by any other persons. This warranty does not apply to any purchased components such as — but not limited to — tires, tubes,suspensions, axle assemblies, or any non-standard features or items specified by the purchaser. Furthermore,this warranty does not expand, enlarge upon, or alterin any way, the warranties provided by the manufacturers of such components. This warranty covers only repair or replacement ofdefects and malfunctions to Mac-Lander, Inc. equipment, material or parts outlined herein. It does notassume any responsibility, under any circumstances,for any additional expense or damage which occursAS A RESULT of a defect or malfunction. This express warranty is the only warranty applicableto Mac-Lander commercial vehicles and/or bodies andis expressly in lieu of any warranties otherwiseimplied by law — including but not limited to impliedwarranties of mechanical nature or fitness for any particular purpose. The remedies available under thisexpress warranty shall be the only remedies availableto the purchaser/user with respect to defects in materials or workmanship. Mac-Lander, Inc. reserves the right to make changes indesign and changes or improvements upon its products without incurring any obligation to make saidchanges or improvements upon products previouslymanufactured.Mac-Lander, IncorporatedOsceola, Iowa 50213The Benefits of Warranty RegistrationThe few extra minutes it takes to fill out the warranty papers you find inserted in the back of this manual will be well spent. Once you return these papers, they are kept on file at Mac-Lander. And as avalued customer, you’ll receive important safety and informational bulletins on the use of your trailer.In order to validate this warranty, the original copy of this form signed by the dealer and the purchaser,must be postmarked and mailed to Mac-Lander, Inc., 925 Furnas Drive, Osceola IA 50213, no later than 10days following the purchase of your Mac-Lander trailer. If this signed warranty is not postmarked by the10th day after purchase of the trailer, all express warranty contained in this warranty shall be null and void.Most importantly, the submission of your registration information will activate your warranty. You’ll resteasy knowing that, in the event something does happen to your trailer, you’ll be covered!

4Congratulations on your choice of a new Mac-Lander trailer designed and manufactured to meet commercial requirements. Road-ready, your new trailer will complement your business, personal or hobby needs for many years to come.Using this Manual . . .This operator’s manual provides instructions for safe, efficient and trouble-free operation of your trailer. You,and anyone else who will be using or maintaining the trailer, are required to read and understand the SafetyOperation Maintenance and Trouble Shooting information contained on the following pages.Owners and operators must keep this manual available for frequent reference. IMPORTANT: Please read allinstructions carefully before you begin. Contact your Mac-Lander dealer if you need assistance, informationor additional copies. Keep this manual with trailer at all times.Throughout this Manual . . .Warnings, Cautions and Notes are used to emphasize important and critical instructions and areused for the following conditions:!!!DANGER:Red decal on trailerWARNING:Orange decal on trailerAn operating procedure, practice, etc., which if not correctly followed,WILL result in severe personal injury or loss of life.An operating procedure, practice, etc., which if not correctly followed,COULD result in personal injury or loss of life.Yellow decal on trailerAn operating procedure, practice, etc., which if not strictly observed,COULD result in minor personal injury or damage to or destruction ofequipment.NOTE:An operating procedure, condition, etc., which is essential to highlight.CAUTION:Model Numbering SystemConvenient and easy-to-use model numbers are important for the manufacturer, dealers and customers alike.With this in mind, Mac-Lander has developed a new simplified numbering system that incorporates pastnumbers, all model characteristics, and a uniform sequence. All model numbers will now contain seven characters, combining letters and numbers. Using model number 18TFHSB as an example, here’s a breakdown ofhow the new system works:18TFHSBBedLengthStyleT TagG GooseneckFrame SeriesFS Frame StandardFM Frame MediumFH Frame HeavyHA Heavy ExtendedTongueSL Skid LoaderDO Deck OverTA Triple AxleTD Tandem DualFloorS SteelR RailW WoodRear EndS StraightB BeavertailC Self Cleaning BeavertailM Movable Beavertail

5Models Covered by this Manual . . .The following Mac-Lander trailer models are covered by the instructions found in this manual:16TFSWS18TFRSB18TFSWS18TFSWB18TFSSB18TFMWS20TFMWS18TFMWB18TFMSB18TFHWS18TFHSB18TFHWB18THASB18GFHSB14TSLWB18TSLWB25TDOWC25GDOWM25TTAWC25GTAWM25TTDWC29TTDWC33TTDWC25GTDWC29GTDWC33GTDWCUsage and safety differences between Mac-Lander trailer models are covered and explained when appropriate in the pages that follow. Use the table of contents as a guide to locate required information.Finding and UsingYour Trailer’s Serial NumberOn Mac-Lander’s “Tag” modeltypes, the serial number can befound on the tongue.It is important to know where to locate the serial number on yourMac-Lander trailer. You will need it to fill out the warranty papersincluded with this manual. Additionally, whenever communicatingwith Mac-Lander, Inc., you should always refer to the serial numberand the trailer model number.The photographs on this page indicate how to find serial numberson “Tag” and “GN” model types.For easy future reference, find the serial number now and write it inthe space provided below.ModelSerial NumberOn Mac-Lander’s “GN” modeltypes, the serial number can befound on the gooseneck.Production Year

6Operator Safety Is Key!Safety always comes first. Please keep the following points in mind at all times.Read and follow this instruction guide completely before using your Mac-Landertrailer.NOTE: Keep this guide in a safe, accessible place and be sure everyone who uses the trailer has read andunderstood its content. Contact your dealer for replacement copy if lost of damaged.Perform this 10-Step Inspection Before EVERY Trip!1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.!! Inspect your trailer before use to ensure that all nuts and bolts are fully tightened.Load trailer on a flat and level surface.Check tire pressure. Bring to specified level.Ensure that brakes are working properly.Make sure the load is properly secured and that the trailer is not overloaded.Check that all electrical connections, lights and reflectors are in proper working order.Secure ramps in the appropriate storage area.Make sure safety chain, hitching mechanisms, and gates are secured.Ensure jack is raised to highest position.Check that crank handle is secured.CAUTION: The maximum capacity of the unit is designed for uniform loading. Improper weight distribution or load security may result in poor towability. Do not overload one side or end of your trailer.WARNING: Important Safety PrecautionsKeep children and pets away from your Mac-Lander trailer at all times.Never place any part of your body between or near any moving parts or between the trailer and yourvehicle.Never operate while under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or any other substance that could impairsafe judgement.Do not operate equipment if it is damaged.Use only a towing vehicle of adequate power and weight to pull the trailer.NOTE: Do not remove warning decals. If they become damaged, contact your dealer for replacement.

7Hook-up andOperationalProcedures SectionA guide to safe and efficient operationof all Mac-Lander trailers.NOTE: Mac-Lander trailers are 102 inches wide. This width trailer is legal on all U.S. federally fundedhighways. Some state highways regulations are less than 102 inches.Please check your local regulations.

Hook-up & Operational Procedures8Step-By-Step Hook-Up Procedures1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.Clear the area of bystanders.Use the trailer jack to align coupler with ball.Lower hitch over ball.Clamp locking jaws in place and secure with lock-pin.Attach safety chains and break-away cable. Provide sufficient slack for turning.Attach electrical plug to vehicle reception.Check break-away battery (charge).Lift and secure jack in proper position for transport.!CAUTION: Failure to follow above procedures may result in injury.Adjustable Lunnette EyeGooseneck!Atwood Coupler5000# JackAdjustable Ball Coupler12,500# Jack in TransportPositionDANGER: Do not allow anyone to stand between the tongue or hitch and the towing vehicle whenbacking up to the trailer. Keep hands clear when lowering coupler onto hitch.COUPLERS AND BALLSMac-Lander tag trailers utilize 2-5/16” ball couplers, adjustable 2-5/16” ball couplers or adjustable pintle eyecouplers. Be sure to secure latch over the ball and install the lock pin through the hole. Ball and bolt hitch onyour tow vehicle shall be of such size and strength as to conform to the minimum breaking strength requirements for the specific gross trailer weight. Check your tow vehicle and hitch owners’ manuals.Mac-Lander gooseneck models utilize an adjustable stem 2-5/16” ball coupler. Secure latch over the ball andmake sure trailer is level, then check that set screws and lock nuts are tight.

Hook-up & Operational Procedures9LOADING1) The maximum capacity of the unit is designed for uniform loading. Improper weight distribution orload security may result in poor towability. Do not overload one side or end of your trailer.2) When loading, ensure that trailer is properly hooked up to tow vehicle.3) Drop-leg stabilizer should be lowered to the ground and pinned securely when loading equipment. Besure to raise leg after loading.4) All surfaces should be clean, flat and dry when loading.TIE DOWNSUse the tie down system included on the trailer to secure your load from shifting. Various Mac-Landertrailers include tie down loops, D-rings, stake pockets or stake pockets and rub rail.SAFETY CHAINSIt is required by federal law that all trailers have atleast two saf

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