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Setting Up Your Premier Water Wagon

  • The hitch is shipped inverted and attached to trailer. You will need to remove it, flip it 180° and attach it to your water trailer.
  • Check your oil before first use.
  • Water Wagons shipped during cold months or to cold regions are shipped with RV Antifreeze already run through the plumbing to prevent freeze damage.

Video Guides


The Motor

Optional Hoses

The Pump

Filling the Tank

Valve Overview

Recirculation Valve

Pond Fill Valve

Spray Hose & Valve

Spray Nozzles

Rear Sprayer Controls

Starting the Motor

Maintenance and Cleaning

2 Gallons Bleach and 3 quarters full of tank full of water. Drive around and let it agitate around. Then let it soak for a few hours. Drive around again then drain and rinse.

Greasing the Bearings


Run  3-4 gallons of RV antifreeze in through entire system – all hoses, nozzles, and pumps. This will lubricate and prevent freezing and breakage. After circulating through pumps, open ratchet valve and once you see the pink spraying out the back, you will know that it has circulated and the entire system has been properly lubricated. Leave about 2 gallons of the RV Antifreeze in the tank to store for winter.

Draining & Winterizing

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