trailer is equipped with a full wrap tongue and charcoal powdercoat. units now have upgraded cast coupler cold weather wiring harness 2x2" lay flat tube gates not angle iron and spring assisted gate - all standard. axles 1 - 3 500 lb. e-z lube idler axle suspension 4 leaf double-eye springs wheels 15" silver modular tires 205/75 r15 radial lr c fenders 9" x 32" smooth coupler 2" atwood a-frame jack 1 - 2k top-wind a-frame frame 3" x 3/16" angle tongue 4" channel crossmembers 3"x 2" angle 24" center-to-center side rails 2" x 2" x 1/8" angle uprights and top rail tie down 4 - stake pockets lights led flush mount w/ lifetime warranty electrical enclosed insulated wire w/ 4-way connector floor 2" treated yellow pine paint prep sandblasted paint ppg powder coat lamar differences --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- set back jack - jack is placed in a set back position to reduce the chance of impact with your tail gate. gussets on fenders - gives additional strength to a fender impact and protection to the light and wiring. also functional as a side step up into the trailer! a support rod is even placed under the fender to add extra strength.dexter axles & ez lube hubs - this standard feature makes servicing your bearings a breeze for any homeowner armed with a grease gun and a few hand tools. self adjusting brakes - we equip all of our tandem axles with brakes on both axles. the brakes are self or forward adjusting much like a vehicle and automatically adjust to the proper clearance via spring tension. 15" radial tires - longer lasting and better riding radial tires should be on all trailers but sadly many still use bias. self retained gate pins - while the gate pin system seems seemingly unimportant you can't appreciate this until you've had a poorly designed pin setup. nothing to lose nothing to break. simple yet secure. full wrap tongue - tongue is made from structural channel. many cheaper manufacturers don't offer a full wrap which offers little support between the front of fender to the front of the trailer. also some use a lighter angle iron tongue and some even a non-structural formed tongue. powdercoat finish - gives a much nicer look and has more durability compared to regular paint. also has more durability. wiring in conduit - wiring is ran back the trailer in conduit to protect from the elements and debris. this offers much more protection compared to just being stapled to the underside. sealed led lights - brighter longer lasting and they have less draw. now with the new bullet style. some competitors are still using stud mount incandescent lights. tie downs - stake pockets are welded to provide tie down points throughout the trailer. treated decking - more weather resistant and longer lasting than non- treated.available on hd models adjustable coupler - allows you to adjust the height of the coupler instead of purchasing another ball mount to compensate for any height differences between the vehicle and the trailer. drop leg jack - keeps you from having the crank as much as other jacks. just pull a pin put it back in and crank. spring assisted gate - gate is spring assisted to decrease the weight of the gate instead of lifting a heavy gate before and after loading. tube gate crossmembers - tube adds additional strength to the gate in lieu of angle iron. tube/pipe top rail - the tube/pipe will give the rails more support giving you a much more heavy duty trailer.