Thought you guys might want to see what I came up with for an expedition trailer. These units are originally military pioneer tool trailers which used to carry heavy tools. The trailers are built on 3/4 ton frames and the unit empty says it weighs 700 lbs., but it might be more. There is conflicting information on the trailer tags. Anyway as you can see the nice thing about this trailer is that it has 4 doors (one on each side and barn doors on the back). Each of the doors can be locked which is even better because when you leave camp you have a place to store valuables. The first thing I did was get to work with a grinder and cut out all the brackets on the inside. Then I installed a 30 gal water tank, double stainless sink, battery, fuse box,outlets and full carpet on the inside. My waeco 80 fits nicely next to the sink. For cooking I use a coleman stove which is attached to a 2.5gallon propane tank that is mounted with a metal bracket. the other side of the trailer I left open and is actually large enough to sleep in. I also had to switch out the 24v bulbs and run a license plate light. All in all it was a great trailer to start from for my fab skills. Future mods include a solar panel with pivoting bracket, built in tarps and generator. Here are two pics while in use and a picture of what is looked like beforehand.