Well, I got my 16*7 trailer back. All fixed up and seems to be terrific. Got the 2 new axles put on, 2 new tires, new coupler and now it's all nice and smooth, much easier to pull around, less drag, and seems to be great overall. With a 16*7 trailer, how would you go about making a LEAF BOX for it? Would you put it on the front of the trailer, the back, both sides (put mowers up the middle??) or just use my pickup truck for leaves, BUT my truck is a Short bed, 6' long, so I can't store as many leaves as many of you other guys can... And with my equipment right now, a 16*7 could hold a HUGE leaf box, but I still need to get my equipment from location to location... I already looked at the "Load handler" tailgate assist option for trucks, which looks like a good idea, but I think I would fill that truck up in a very short time. Would you ever "CUT" the side-rails of this trailer and put a leaf box on it that EMPTIES out from one side or the other? Do the sides do anything STRUCTURALLY, do you think? They are very thin, probably 1 inch by 1 inch square, hollow. I'm thinking of building a 4 deep by 7 foot across by 8 foot high leaf box across the entire front of this trailer.. That would be a huge amount of cube.. If you look at the picture, the first vertical metal support rail is at the 4 foot, 8 foot and 12 foot mark on the trailer.... I would move the gas cans and the other wooden block on the floor of the trailer back 4 feet, obviously.. What do you think? Thanks!