Floor/Frame re-enforcement to 31' for Jeep garage?
I am thinking of gutting a 31' - 34' trailer, and rebuilding the inside to have a tripple-bunk bed in the front, move the bathroom forward, placing a divider-wall forward of the axles, and using the back to pull the Jeep TJ Wrangler inside (like a toy-hauler) by cutting the rear dome off, and in half, hinging it like "barn-doors"' for entry.
I have had some responses on another forum thread about this, but I figured this would be the place to get expert advice on whether I can sure up (re-enforce) the floor sufficiently, either with aluminum ramps or 2x6's, that the trailer would accommodate the Jeep.
The kitchen and all appliances would be eliminated, as would the rear queen and associated furniture. All that would remain is:
Forward of the axles: Plywood dividing wall with door, desk/work area, tripple-bunk bed, and some closet/dresser type storage for the boys clothes and toys and such - and a TV/DVD/Game system thing.
Aft of dividing wall: The Jeep (centered on the axles), potentially floor-re-enforcement, some light storage spaces for linens, clothes, tools, extra fuel cans, extra LP-gas tanks (the portable tall kind), and the structure to accommodate the hinged rear section.
I would leave the fresh/grey/black water tanks where they are, and would also keep the built-in LP-gas tank and furnace, but would remove the stove/range/oven, fridge, microwave/convection, sink, range hood, etc., and all associated cabinetry, as well as all the furniture (queen bed, cabinets, etc.) in the rear. I can build the tripple-bunk setup fairly lightly in the front, as well as any cabinetry and tables.
Any help/technical insight would be greatly appreciated.