The rear of low bed traveling axle trailers has long been a subject of safety concern for me and my Bud.
We own several semi trailers ranging from flat bed to a couple with axles that move forward to allow the bed of the trailer to be a low angle ramp
Recently the Landol 317 was involved in an accident where a woman drove into the rear corner of it and damaged the flimsy bumper light bar.
So I made a new one that is no longer "A" flimsy and "B" has so many lights that can do more than just be stop tail and turn. By activating a couple separate switches part of the lights become warning strobes for over dimensional loads
And "C" I think it looks soooo much better.
Off with the old
2 trailers side by side the one nearest is the one I am getting ready to rebuild what ever is needed
Checking for fit axles fully retracted
Ready to roll
Building the light-bar bumper out of a piece of 8" sq tubing