Coyote prides itself on using steel that is G90 galvanized inside and out, we call it G-Armour. Then we powder coat over the galvanized steel, adding up to thousands of hours of salt spray testing with no failure. When other companies use raw steel to build their trailers, there is no way to coat the inside of the tubing, whether painting or powder coating. The inside of their tubing will begin to rust and work its way to the visible part of the trailer. With the inside of our tubing being galvanized, this is not an issue. When using your trailer in fresh water, you may think that this doesn't affect you, but when towing the boat and trailer down the road, many harsh chemicals and salt accumulate in the inside of the trailer, especially in the northern US, Canada, and any cold climate.
When you purchase a product manufactured by Coyote MFG Co, whether that be a trailer, leaning post frame, T-Top, or other product, you are purchasing quality, pride, and excellent customer service. At Coyote, we strive to make you happy and your boating experience to be the best. We hand craft superior products that will last many years to come. This comes from having top of the line employees who care and know what it means to have pride in their work, as well as using only the best materials for our products.
What makes us different?
Anyone can say that their product is the best, or that they use better materials. We understand that, and that is why we wanted to take a moment to show you exactly what we do that makes us better.
Coyote did not stop there. When we began building aluminum trailers, our vendors tried to sell us on the same "I" Beam that other guys use. We immediately knew that this was an issue. The "I" Beam is thin (3/16"), which allows it to bow under the weight of the boat, and it allows no place to hide the wiring and brake lines which is one of our flagship qualities. We sought out an aluminum extrusion company who could make our "I" Beam thicker (5/16") and we developed a "track" to run the wire and brake line in to keep it hidden. The newly designed "I" Beam has two tabs that run throughout, allowing us to snap in a PVC extrusion over the wire to encapsulate it. The new "I" beam is also 1/8" thicker than that of our competitors.