Best Choice Trailers - Carlisle
Phone: (717) 220-4220
1512 Spring Road
Carlisle, PA 17013
2019 Lamar 7x16' Utility Trailer 7000# GVW * 2' STEEL HIGH SIDES * CHARCOAL * PIPE TOP * ADJUSTABLE COUPLER * DROP LEG JACK * TIE DOWN RAIL * TUBE GATE
|Stock #: 7316||Exterior: CHARCOAL|
|VIN #: ||Num Axles: 2|
|Year: 2019||Width: 7.00|
|Manufacturer: Lamar Trailers||Length: 16.00|
|URL: https://www.bestchoicetrailers.com/all-inventory?stock=7316||Weight: 2120.00|
THIS TRAILER IS EQUIPPED WITH OPTIONAL TUBE TOP RAIL, CHARCOAL, ADJUSTABLE COUPLER, DROP LEG JACK, STEEL SOLID SIDES + APPROX 6" TIE DOWN RAIL, AND MORE. THIS IS A VERY WELL BUILT UTILITY FOR THE MONEY.
The UT07 Landscape utility trailer is the most common landscape trailer we sell, and is ideal for moving anything from a UTV, golf carts, 4-wheelers, and even small compact tractors. The trailer can be equipped a number of different ways by order, but by far and away the most common is straight axles, brake on both axles, and a 4' gate. The standard gate is made from angle iron and is suitable for loading most items, but we generally have some units in stock with tube gates for loading slightly heavier items. This trailer comes equipped standard with a 2" ball and a 7-pin blade (standard on most all trucks) 12V connection. This trailer will come with brakes on all 4 wheels and 3500# axles (7000# GVW), but heavier axles are available should you need a higher payload (Upgrade to the U5 model utility/equipment trailer). We most commonly sell this trailer in 14' and 16' deck lengths in a 7000# GVW. We stock this is a more basic 77" wide model for both the budget oriented (about $100 cheaper than a 7' wide), and for those who simply don't want the extra 6" or so width of a 7' model. The trailer comes in about 1600# empty, leaving a payload including tongue weight of approx. 5500-6000# (Bumper 7000-1600 empty + 15% tongue). The model comes pretty well equipped, but does have a fairly extensive list of available options, such as 7K drop leg jack, tube in gate, adjustable coupler, 7' width, pipe top rail, aluminum wheels, several powder coat colors, spring assist gate, 5' gate, split or bi-fold gate, etc. The ideal tow vehicle for this trailer would be a AAAAAA½ ton truck, although some mid-size SUV's and smaller pickups (Ranger, Colorado) may be rated to pull this type trailer. We feel this trailer is a solid value as it carries a fairly entry level price point and IS NOT an entry level trailer in regards to finish or features (see Dare to Compare below).
Axles: 2 - 3,500 lb. E-Z Lube Brake Axle
Suspension: 4 Leaf Double-eye Springs
Wheels: 15" Silver Modular
Tires: 205/75 R15 Radial LR(C)
Fenders: 9" x 32", Smooth
Jack: 1 - 2K Top-wind, A-frame
Frame: 3" x 2" 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: Chemical Treatment to Maximize Paint Adhesion
Paint: 2 Part Urethane Black Paint
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-4" channel full wrap tongue (A 4" channel tongue used to be the industry standard, but more and more we see variations such as a formed tongue, a channel non-full wrap tongue, and even angle iron. A 4" channel full wrap tongue provides the strength necessary for most uses. The tongue is a full wrap channel, meaning it wraps the whole way back to the front axle spring hangar. We've seen some other trailers come in on trade that stop the tongue at the first cross member about a foot back on the main frame).
-Tie-downs (4 stake pocket tie-downs are standard, as well as several of the uprights. Many utilities have no standard tie down points).
-Set back jacks (A set back jacks provides peace of mind in knowing that your jack will clear your tail gate. This is rarely seen on most utilities, particularly at the price).
-Fender prop and gussets (The fenders have a center prop for extra strength should someone sit or stand on them. They also have gussets at the end for better placement of the lights, but also give strength in the event of an impact).
-PPG Powder coat paint (One major difference between our trailer and most other models at this price point will be the finish. With a standard PPG powder coat, a good sandblast with steel grit, and a phosphate wash, you're getting an excellent finish relative to price point. Most will have an acrylic enamel paint finish at the lower price points).
-Cold weather harness (A cold weather harness makes the trailer's wiring flexible down to extreme temperatures. No more fighting with your plug on cold days, which is part of the reason some cords end up dragging on the ground and getting replaced).
-Painted Underside (Hard to believe, but if you've crawled under many trailers, you'll quickly find that paint on the underside of some trailers is an option...makes you wonder where else shortcuts are being made).
-Bullet LED lights (Brighter, longer lasting, and they have less draw. Now with the new bullet style which are sleeker and less of a target. Some competitors are still using stud mount incandescent lights)
-Easy lube hubs (This standard feature makes servicing your bearings a breeze for any homeowner armed with a grease gun and a few hand tools)
-Dexter Axles (Dexter is the industry leader in trailer axles. They come standard on all Lamar trailers. Also, Dexter has a complete parts distribution network nationwide, so you'll find parts readily available. On all tandem axles, we have our trailers built with brakes on both axles standard!)
-Radial Tires (Longer lasting and better riding, radial tires should be on all trailers, but sadly, some name brands you've probably heard of still use bias...beware of the "hybrid" tire, which looks like a radial, but is still a bias tire with reduced tread wear).
-Never Adjust 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).
-Sealed wiring harness/Sealed brake connections (More time using the trailer and less time working on it! Our trailer features a sealed modular harness and is equipped with plug & play connections. The wiring is concealed and protected in frame. These are not features you'd generally see at this price point).
-Other little details (Other little differences we've noticed include: an extra marker light each side by the stop/turn/tails, pinstripping, trailer is painted PRIOR to deck boards being installed, treated lumber, a tubular rear bumper to support the ramp and protect the wiring. These are all things that might seem like no brainers or should be standard on all trailers, but you often won't find at this price point).