It's only kinda, sorta done.. but here's where it's at now. I wanted a way to hard mount a propane stove. The rear gate seemed like a suitable place.
I put some riv-nuts in the bottom of the stove and bolted it to this flip up shelf.
I still need to build some sort of a latch to hold it upright.
It tracks straight but is pretty bouncy. Also, the trailer brakes are WAY too much with this thing unloaded.
I hope the upcoming weight will help with both of those problems.
I'm working on a rack to support a 4 man RTT. It also doesn't have any batteries in the battery box yet, no water in the tank, etc. Tire pressure is at 30-32 which may not be helping the situation either.
Also, it has no shocks on it yet.
At least all of my wiring worked the first time.
My buddy's son works at a place in Orem that sprays bedliner, so I'm sending it off in a couple of days to have the interior of the tub lined.
We took the trailer out for the first time. It definitely tows MUCH better with some weight in it. Sleeping in the RTT was far more enjoyable for us than a regular tent. My wife felt a lot more "secure" being off the ground (she always worried about critters).