Good Luck. Trailers make life alot easier. 40+ years ago I worked in a factory building trailers. Laying them out and assembling was easiest when they're upside down. My two trailers for picking up tractors have winches that help alot when loading. Have fun too.
I only have a 3000# winch, but plan to make a spot for it to attach easily.
Looks like it's a pretty HD trailer 7k or more ? You'll be able to haul some big scores home with that ! Good luck , Al
Al, they are 3500# axles, so it's 7000#'s.
Kenny, when you are looking at the ramp situation, consider making a storage spot under the trailer. Our last one, we had to tote the ramps around separately, the new trailer has places in the back to slide them in & under. Single hitch pin hold each one in it's rack. If you need a pic, I'll get a snow shovel out tomorrow & take some for you.
I know what you are talking about, Alan. My old backhoe trailer had those. Until I get it hooked up and can see how long I can (or need to) make them, then see if I have enough room for that length to go under there. I may need at least 6' for mower decks to clear. Plus the rear angle iron is bent right now. It will get straightened out or replaced as needed.