I posted this earlier, but in the wrong section. I salvaged a wrecked 3x3 trailer (one of the home depot ones or Harbor freight specials). The frame was toast and bent from an accident so I rebuilt it and slapped on a Chevy axle and used my old wheels and tires. I fabricate my own lunette ring and lifted the spring mounting point by 3 inches (kinda a body lift) so that the trailer would sit level. I reinforced everything and had to fab some cheesy fender flairs on to keep it legal and pass inspection (but they may come off once I can get a straight answer from the DMV if I need them or not). Anyway, I am building a camp trailer with lights, stove, sink, a hitch toilet, a canopy, twin 5 gallon gas tanks, a RV water tank with pump, and solar battery collectors to run a little fridge (for now a cooler) and a water pump and possibly a small Honda generator. On top of the box that will contain the above, will go a roof top cargo carrier for clothes and other stuff. I also made the lunette ring to adjust the height so I can put larger tires on and move it up or down to keep it level. The first picture is of the first stage of the trailer build. The next sequence is of the gas carrier that I built to hold 2, 5 gallon tanks. I used some left over pieces of a wrought iron fence that I put up around our pool this summer and used some all thread as clamps to hold them down. Angle iron is in the front to hold them from sliding and some bar on the sides also secures them. Very easy to make. If anyone wants measurements and can weld, I’ll send them to you. Figure about 5 hours total build time. I used the same type of carrier for my removable rear cargo carrier on the cruiser (it isn’t on right now) so on long trips I can have 2o extra gallons of gas (can’t really seeing ever needing that much) so mostly they will be just on the trailer so I can remove them at camp.