This trailer ended up being a little wider then I wanted, I started with a trailer I had and used the frame so when I went to install the axle that I ordered with the same flange to flange width it wouldn't fit. I ended up using a 1.5" wheel adapter and reversing the wheels so now the valve stem is on the inside. I did use a 3500# axle with brake flanges (I want Brakes) and that will have to happen right now if I am going to add anymore weight. So I'm just trying to decide, do I sell it now and start fresh or put more money into this? I could tear off the top of this one and cut the sides off and narrow it, but If I keep it I want to add a box across the front to house the water filler and water pump/ filter, I could build a new frame around the water tank if I started over.What do you want to do with a trailer that this one can't do?
Just a 3/8" fuel hose. We used it on our last trip and just transferred fuel while we were in camp having dinner, it takes about 10 min to move about 5 gallons of fuel. I have a return loop off the fuel filter as a safety precaution so I'm not dead heading the pump on accident, if I kill the return loop it is twice as fast but I worry about it getting turned on and sitting for hours and killing the pump.This fuel tank mod with pump, what is the plan to get the fuel into vehicle's tank? Seems like an automotive fuel pump would take a while to transfer the fuel.