OK, so after lots of searching here, and elsewhere, I don't find many people using enclosed trailers, and the only enclosed trailer porn I could find here was from gobigohome on this thread
I realize that there are some of negatives:
-Poor fuel economy
-High initial cost
-Space for parking
-Difficult to load, since you have to climb in and out every time.
However, for me there may be some significant advantages:
-Don't have to unload at home
-Increases "garage" space
-Could potentially use as a camper
And biggest of all:
- I could possibly leave everything rigged and yet still maintain protection from the elements without finding a garage large enough for a flatbed trailer to fit into.
My questions are:
Does anyone have any photos of how they've tricked out the inside of one of these? Particularly for sleeping and bringing rigged rafts in, though not necessarily at the same time.
How much weight will the sidewalls of these trailers support?? I'm thinking of a several of rollers spanning the width that follow the angle of the rear ramp up to above the wheel wells, and then level in from there, so that a boat wider than inside the wheel wells could fit, and roll in and out.
Any ideas or advise is appreciated, and photos are especially helpful!