Well, I've started! I've stripped-down my Long Chih based trailer ready for major modifications. Its a 830-TA (from Easy Trailer); a cousin of the Harbor Freight model favored by many American Riders. In its first build I kept the original dimensions but lowered it, and extended the drawbar - - - to which I fitted a swivel coupling. Now, I intend to narrow it down by 4-6" (easier to use Imperial as you can relate to how the HF's are modified in USA, . . and the spacing and bolt sizes are all Imperial, apart from the mud-flaps). There are factors in the length of the drawbar and the width of the axle that can make towing easier! I've even come up with a solution to what to use for a load containment system. In USA the use of car roof-top pods is popular but I don't like how expensive pods are here, and how flimsy they seem. Lately I've been researching garden storage boxes, and these seem superior. Versions are made in South Africa and Italy. S.A. made Boxes Italian-made Boxes Its likely that I'll make the box removable so the trailer is still easy to set-up for other purposes; even including as a light camping trailer (?) down the track!