Thanks for the updates, Reace! It's looking good
I see it's being moved around on just one axle; no problem while it is light and presumably to make it easier to turn.
I like the stabilizers
: crank-down single-legs which are easy to use and add lateral stability and some longitudinal stability, as well as taking out the up-and-down bounce. I particularly like the placement: two at the front take out chassis twist while the two in the rear are far enough back to keep it from tilting nose-up but still reasonably close to the axles to kill suspension bounce. This is where I put my Boler 1700 rear stabilizers.
looks like it is all level other than the rear step-up - no bends or steps up or down in the tongue. It also looks like the main rail to tongue transition is a mitre joint - not bent. Is that true of the 19', too?
The body looks like the bottom
is flat at the floor level and sitting on the frame, so forward of the step it doesn't hang down below the frame top at all. This means the original (in the 17') "sponsons" are gone; again, is the 19' flat like this too?
I assume the receiver tube across the bumper and next crossmember is the "bike rack ready" feature.