OK, finally got back to taking some pictures and posting an update. I am more or less done ("done") with the trailer. Just a few small items that have come up as nice-to-haves after its first limited use. Like a bottle opener mounted near the fridge. Still have to save the funds for a small propane fire pit and a small generator (both from Costco, might be getting them this week). Also waiting on a double propane tank mount/hold down from Amazon.
Here is where it sits right now.
New locking hitch, power connector, new jack.
Inside the front tool box. Has two propane tanks, some tarps, a couple of the 1lb tanks, my tire chains, a 4 gallon gas can (for the 2k watt generator that I will have, should be a solid 5 days worth of normal use to charge battery and what not), and some leveling blocks. The fire pit will fill up the empty space perfectly.
Front box with new spare tire carrier. Can also be used as an umbrella mount (umbrella slides into the vertical tube).
Front left compartment. Has the battery, AC charger, solar charger, fuse panel, switch panel and gauges, extension cord, fire extinguisher, wheel chocks and some misc stuff. The lighting is powered up by the lighted switch, then is turned on by a door switch when each door is open. This switch also powers the three 12v outlets onboard.
Switch panel. From left to right: under lighting, solar charger, fridge, water pump, cabinet lighting/12v outlets, tent power, spare, gauge turn on switch.
Power inlets. AC plug with my solar panel connectors on top.
View of the under lighting (rock lights). Will turn on when I turn on my truck rock lighting, or manually turned on from the switch panel.
Middle left compartment. Houses the inverter, jump starter, radio, a 12v fan, some misc items in the bags, and a 12v vacuum.
Water inlet/outlet. I have a misting system that hooks up to the hose outlet for our pop up canopy.
Water tank and view of the piping/wiring/gas hose. 21 gallon tank.
Left rear compartment. Sink, hose, misting stuff, first aid, hand sanitizer etc...I have a 5 gallon bucket that gets placed under the trailer for the sink to drain into.
View into the rear cargo area. Yes, that is an A/C unit. Will run off the generator (or limited use off the inverter). It mounts up to the tent.
Inside the rear compartment with the slide out. There is room for storage behind the slide. I also have my solar panel and a table in here, next to the water heater and fire extinguisher. In the front I have a propane heater, some more folding tables, misc camp items, some more tarps (heavy canvas).
Easy access to the fridge.
Umbrella holders. They work out quite nicely. Can also see the back up lights.
RIght rear compartment. This is the pantry. Already has some left overs from the BBQ this weekend. Used the trailer and it worked great.
Middle right compartment. Houses the stove (has a propane hookup) and commonly used kitchen items.
The picture for this one got corrupted on my phone.
Front right compartment. Kitchen storage space.
Very happy with the way things turned out. Just need to test things out some more to make sure it will hold up then start using it.