Just a question for those of you using straight/box trucks. I'm bidding a large property this year that will require its own crew for the better part of the week. If I get this property I'm going to put together a box truck for that crew. That way everything is locked up at night but ready to go for the next day. No loading/unloading. Harder to steal than a trailer. I don't need a way for them to haul material or mulch or whatever, that's what dump trucks are for. In the winter time however, it will make an ideal walkway truck. Can carry snowblowers, UTV, whatever I need. However, I want an easy way to put salt in the thing. Has anyone installed double man doors on the side so they can load a skid or one tonne bag of salt in? I would imagine using the back door would be a hassle because of the ramps. The problem is, I see it as a good spot for people to break into the trailer at night. Perhaps I'm just being paranoid; if they want in, they will get in. But it's a lot easier to cut a padlock on the side doors, then figure out how to lower the ramps, then cut the padlock on the rollup. Unless I had a bar go across the inside of the barn doors to hold them shut? Thoughts? Ideas?