The first thing to do is to go to our Projects
page and start looking at rigs that we've built for previous customers. This is a powerful resource and it acts as our "rig catalog." There are hundreds of different rigs to view and you will likely see a design that will get you started. Then give us a call
so we can discuss your objectives. At that point, we will be able to generate an estimate based on your requirements.
Yes, within reason, of course. Our standard-size units are based on time-tested designs that are field-proven, but they can be customized to fit your individual requirements. We build custom-size units that are the result of many hours of careful planning and execution.
Yes, as long as you stay with the same type of truck chassis -- long bed to long bed, short bed to short bed, etc. Note that caps with full, slide-in tubs designed for a particular year, make, and truck bed may not fit newer truck beds of the same make and model. They will still function correctly, but the overall appearance of your unit may be affected.
Yes. Body-to-trailer conversions are available to customers who are changing truck chassis size or otherwise wish to make their current unit more flexible.
Stonewell can ship anywhere in the world. We also have an authorized installation center in Glendale, Arizona. However, we prefer that you come to our Genoa facility to take delivery, if at all possible, for several reasons. The best reason is that you will receive personal attention down to the smallest detail on your unit before it leaves our manufacturing facility. Customers who have their units shipped to them miss out on this valuable service and experience. You will meet the craftsmen who proudly built your unit for you and they will give the utmost attention to every detail of your installation.
If you do require delivery, we can ship to an installer of your choosing. Note that with the exception of completed trucks or trailers that are driven on the road, there must be unloading assistance provided at the final destination. Caps are shipped on skids and bodies are transported on shipping frames.
We are not in the truck sales business, but we do have good connections with Ford, Chevy, and Dodge dealers. You can have a new chassis drop-shipped to Stonewell for body installation.
We have built units to fit everything from a golf cart to a Perterbilt chassis. Find a truck that you like to drive. We have found that the most popular truck is a 3/4-ton pickup. Give us a call
if you would like to discuss this subject. We can help you make a decision.
Yes. Just give us a call
to set up an appointment. We work on all types of rigs. We also design and build custom trailer interiors.
Yes. The fastest way to place an order for accessories and replacement parts is through Stonewell's online store
. You willl find hundreds of products, organized by category, available for immediate online purchase. For custom items, give us a call
to discuss your needs. We ship via UPS every business day, and we ship larger items via common carrier.
Our standard trailers weigh 1,500 pounds. Please note that this figure does not reflect the total finished weight with all equipment installed.
Most of our farrier customers spend between $6,000 and $9,000 for a cap unit, between $10,000 and $17,000 for a truck body, and between $13,000 and $17,000 for a trailer. Most of our veterinarian customers spend between $18,000 and $21,000 for a full chassis mount body. Keep in mind that these are average figures and the actual cost will vary depending on your specifications. Please contact us
for a more specific quote.
Cash, personal checks, and all major credit cards are welcome, up to a total of $3,500. In addition, Stonewell Bodies and Stearns Leasing
have partnered to provide new financing options
to our customers. You may also be able to secure a loan from your local bank or credit union by contacting their commercial loan officer. Finally, you may be able to finance a new body along with a new truck through your vehicle dealer.