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An Integrity trailer is one of those products that, even if you’ve never seen one before, you’ll know you’re looking at something special. When we first saw one, our first thought was, “What a nice looking trailer!” Then we started taking in the details. The second impression was, “What an impressively built trailer!”
Starting at the front, there was the V-nose that’s just right; sharp enough to cut the air, but wide enough to provide useful space forward. Then there was the robust triple tube tongue with glossy silver-gray enamel finish. (Integrity tells us it’s the same paint you’d find on the engine of a very expensive English luxury automobile. Fortunately, you don’t need to spend $300,000 to get it on your Integrity.) Diamond plate stone guard with edge trim.
At the side door, we noticed aluminum hinges and an aluminum cam bar latch. The significance here? Integrity uses aluminum rather than the more common plated steel. And Integrity’s cam bar latch grabs at top and bottom as on commercial trucks. Very secure. Then we took a look underneath. Tube main frame. Full height cross-members. Undercoated (including the floor). We were so impressed, we decided to include a picture here so you can take a look. It didn’t take long for us to see that Integrity is a manufacturer that pays attention to the details.
When we learned a bit about Integrity’s history, we
could better understand their focus on quality. Some of you may recall
from the What’s New teaser on the home page that Integrity trailers
found us. You see, every once in a while, someone will show up
unannounced pulling a shiny new trailer for us to look at. And that’s
exactly what happened one day this past spring. In this case, it was the
Integrity’s General Manager who stopped in. We hadn’t heard of Integrity
at the time, but we figured the trailer was right there in front of us,
so we might as well take a look. If you read the paragraph just before
this one, you know how we reacted to that trailer.
When we learned a bit about Integrity’s history, we could better understand their focus on quality. Some of you may recall from the What’s New teaser on the home page that Integrity trailers found us. You see, every once in a while, someone will show up unannounced pulling a shiny new trailer for us to look at. And that’s exactly what happened one day this past spring. In this case, it was the Integrity’s General Manager who stopped in. We hadn’t heard of Integrity at the time, but we figured the trailer was right there in front of us, so we might as well take a look. If you read the paragraph just before this one, you know how we reacted to that trailer.
But the story behind the company was compelling as well. Integrity’s General Manager used to run a plant that built high end enclosed trailers. We can’t mention the name of those other trailers, but you’d likely recognize it as a premium product. Well, that other brand was bought by a conglomerate and production moved to one of their other facilities. That move made available a talented workforce and a state-of-the-art facility. The stars aligned, technical and financial resources quickly came together and Integrity Trailers was born. Even though the Integrity brand is only about a year old, key players have over 50 years experience building premium enclosed trailers. Integrity’s goal was to not only meet the quality of the products previously built at the plant, but to surpass it. Those other trailers were very good, but Integrity’s design team felt there were some details that could be better. They’ve incorporated those updates into Integrity products.
Integrity offers 4 model lines. The bulk of our comments here apply to their True Line series. In the Integrity scheme of things, the True Lines are mid range models, but they compare favorably to the top models from many (most?) manyfacturers. Integrity’s most affordable (but still very nice) models are their Homeowner and Pride trailers. At the top of the range is the ITI series. However, it’s the True Line that caught our attention for very high quality at moderate price, so, at least in our early days with Integrity, it’s the True Lines that we’ve been ordering and it’s the True Lines that get the bulk of the attention here. Integrity offers enclosed trailers in body widths of 5, 6, 7 and 8 feet. Standard box lengths range from 8 to 24 feet, but they offer longer custom lengths and height options as well (the white trailer shown here is 7’ tall). A variety of options is offered. We’re showing bumper pulls here, but Integrity builds goosenecks as well.
Here are some other Integrity True Line standard features (some apply to all Integrity lines):
· EverLube coating on exterior screws for corrosion resistance
· Fully coated frame (not just the chassis!)
· Poly film between aluminum skin and steel frame to prevent galvanic corrosion (i.e., reaction between the two metals)
· Seamless aluminum roof
· Painted floor of furniture grade plywood for long life and stability
· Low profile joiner trim for interior wall panels
· Smooth-riding torsion axles
· Radial tires
· Bright LED tail and marker lights
· Several no-cost color choices
· And much more…
This What’s New item is just intended to introduce you to Integrity trailers. As time permits, we’ll expand this section to show more trailers and features. In the meantime, stop by and check out our Integrity trailers. They’re great looking, well built and demonstrate excellent attention to detail. We can’t say it enough – they’re impressive!
(A little fine print… As mentioned earlier, this What’s New item was intended to be an introduction to Integrity trailers and is not all-inclusive. Some of the trailers shown here are equipped with a limited number of options. Most of what you see and read about here is standard on Integrity True Line tandem axle models.)
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