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12 reasons why our utility trailers are built for heavy-duty use, and years of reliable service.


We use safer and brighter truck style lighting.

- Integrity trailers use standard truck style lights, with optional LED lighting as a further safety enhancement.
- These lights can be easily changed on the road without tools, with parts readily available at most auto part stores.
- All lights are individually grounded for easy troubleshooting.

We always use safety lube axles rather than standard axles.

- Every integrity trailer from the smallest 5x8 utility to our largest goose neck trailers are equipped with safety axle systems. Which means an extra margin of protection for you an your loads, along with lower maintenance and significantly longer bearing life.

We always use full size radials and never undersized bias ply tires.

- Radial tires are standard equipment on all integrity trailers and each set of tire is the correct size and capacity to provide a full margin of dependability, handling, and safety.
- Plus full-size radials last longer than smaller(and cheaper) bias-ply tires, so they're more economical in the long run, and can be safer.

Our 5 step painting process includes 3 coats of paint.

- All integrity trailers go through a rigorous 5 step process to ensure the best looking, longest lasting finish of any trailer.
- Hand ground welds for clean look
- hot wash bath removes impurities.
- Final sand of all surfaces for smoothness
- Self-Etching primer
- Catalyzed Acrylic Urethane Final Paint

Our tie-downs are always built-in.

- Integrity trailers offer several different kinds of built-in tie downs for securing your load. Standard on all trailers, even our smallest models.

Our lights are protected from impacts, and the elements.

- All integrity trailer lights are recessed into the frame, protecting them from potential damage.
- They are also mounted in rubber to make them flexible to avoid "jarring" the filaments.
- Wiring connections are protected by shrink tubes, and all lighting is sealed to avoid moisture within the lights capsule.

We use treated lumber or oak, instead of cheap pine.

- our light and medium duty uitilty trailers use standard size pressure treated lumber, which is easily replaced if necessary.
- Our heavy duty equipment haulers incorporate oak decking, with extra stuctural supports to handle the added weight.

Our frames are through welded, not spot welded.

- Integrity frames are built from heavy duty tubular or angle steel, with ladder frame construction for added strength.
- Each joint is completly welded to ensure the entire seam is bonded. To save time and money, our competition may use lighter gage steel, and then stitch weld the seams, or leave some seams only partially welded!
- Ever weld is hand ground for a cleaner, higher quality look.

Our frames resist rust longer.

- All the tube steel used on Integrity trailers is redcoat pre-primed at the mill–so it won’t rust. With our galvanizing option, frames are fully hot dipped in a galvanizing process that creates the most durable protection against rust.

We always use safety lube axles – rather than standard axles.

- Every Integrity trailer – from the smallest 5 x 8 utility to our largest gooseneck trailers – are equipped with safety axle systems. Which means an extra margin of protection for you and your loads – along with lower maintenance and significantly longer bearing life.

We use higher capacity - higher quality jacks.

- Many manufacturers save money by skimping on cheap jacks that won’t last as long as the trailer. By contrast, we use only the highest quality jacks – each one matched in capacity and features to meet each trailer’s specific requirements – for a lifetime of trouble-free use.

Our lights are protected from impacts, and the elements.

- All Integrity trailer lights are recessed into the frame, protecting them from potential damage.
- They are also mounted in rubber to make them flexible to avoid “jarring” the filaments.
- Wiring connections are protected by shrink tubes, and all lighting is sealed to avoid moisture within the light capsule
- Integrity trailers use standard truck style lights, with optional LED lighting as a further safety enhancement.
- These lights can be easily changed on the road without tools, with parts readily available at most auto part stores.
- All lights are individually grounded for easy troubleshooting.
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