Any of you trailer makers out there want to answer a question? I've about decided on a trailer set up like this: 6' 4" W x 16' L(or something within a few inches of that width; 7' is too wide for my parking space. Narrower is better than wider because of parking constraints.) Tandem axles. Standard capacity (2 x 3500?) will be fine; brakes on at least one axle. Dual brakes would be better. 4' expanded steel all around 2' x 2' tool box built in front top of trailer ANOTHER 2' X 2' "stuff" BOX UNDER THAT ONE - (Yes, I know that I'll lose 2' of parking space doing it that way. Trust me, I have a reason for it.) A removable side ramp on the right side. Somewhere between 36" and 48" wide. "Perfect" would be about 38"-40". ANOTHER REMOVABLE SIDE RAMP ON THE LEFT SIDE. (I know this is kinda unorthodox but I've got my reasons for it. I AIN'T gonna use it for an equipment ramp.) Trimmer racks on the outside. STAKE POCKETS FOR BUILDING A LEAF BIN IN IT. Maybe a split gate for the rear, maybe with some kind of lift assist. Spare tire carrier. Water cooler carrier. Maybe some other options too depending on what you'd like to sell to me. Delivered to Tulsa, OK. Timetable open.