I just bought an 18' long 2017 Lamar 14k utility trailer for hauling around material plus my 1025r. The 14k rating is overkill for my needs (7-10k would have been fine), but this was "New Old Stock" so I couldn't turn down a 14k trailer at a 10k price! This unit lacks a dovetail which is perfect for the curving, hilly road I live on where trailer-to-road clearance is minimal as I turn up my driveway.
My only issue is the mower deck and backhoe both get caught up since this only has 5' ramps. Also, the ramps really dig into my asphalt driveway by about an inch! I need to make a wood ramp extension somehow to lower this approach angle somewhat, plus prevent the driveway from getting destroyed during each use. Feel free to chime in with any ramp extension suggestions - especially cheaper options since this purchase, chains, and chain binders was quite expensive for my budget!