I just put a deposit on a Wells Cargo Road Force RF6101 6X10 enclosed trailer. As soon as my new truck gets in (on order, F150) I will go get the trailer. My S10 long bed can't tow this thing. This is my first enclosed trailer. Rear ramp, side door. 1/4" ply interior walls. Not very thick. Just how much room is there between the wood and the aluminum skin? How long should the screws for interior racks be? Should I add extra wood in the areas I want to mount racks on? Should I shop for racks or make something myself? I'm not worried about anti-theft security since the trailer is enclosed, but I don't want my weed whacker flying off the rack either. If it's best to buy racks, which manufacturer would you suggest? I want my gear to be held securely, but want the equipment hung so I can access them quickly without fussing around too much. I'm concerned that the 1/4" ply won't hold very well. Seems like screws would eventually just rip out. I'm thinking I should add some 1X4 solid wood on top of the 1/4" ply and screw it in with a boatload of screws, and then mount racks on the 1X4's. Any and all suggestions MOST welcomed! PS: I just realized this is probably the wrong forum... sorry mods.