I had a great deal on a tailer fall into my lap. I had to buy it, i couldnt pass it up because i have a need for it, i have a lot of work to do around my house and I would rather beat up a utility trailer than my new truck, lol. It's a 6 x 10 tandem axle, has new wheels and tires, the tires still had the stickers on them, the seller said it has new wheel bearings that I will still remove and inspect just to make sure everything is ok. I have plans for this trailer that include a new wood deck, side walls, and mounts for a magnetic trailer light assembly. A friend of mine did that and it is really cool, no lying in the ground to repair your trailer lights or wiring. I'll add tie down loops and a system for using my receiver hitch mounted winch, I'll be able to pull logs up onto the trailer when I need to. Hears a pic I took when I picked it up. I need to get a drop ball mount for the receiver to level out the trailer. The trailer towed well, tandem ride very smooth and don't bounce all over the place. A good solid chassis with a lot of potential to make it the way I want it. I can use the mig welders at work, and my boss will order me the tubing I need for the side walls with the company discount. I have a stack of elm that will make nice side boards. Elm is very flexy and not brittle.