Alright, I'm just throwing the idea around to make it out of wood -- because I've got everything I need here to do the wood cutting and fabricating.
I would then cover the outside with metal (aluminum) sheets to match the rest of the vehicle and trailer.
Plus, wood is cheaper and easier to work with vs. metal, at least in my opinion.. but, that's coming from someone with no metal experience, and no metal working tools!
This might be overkill, then again it might not even be enough.. don't really have much experience actually making structural load bearing frames, especially around all these openings ... need some advice and your thoughts?
Entire Wood Frame:
Rear Frame for Doors:
Front, and Driver Side Frame -- with Window, and 3 compartment door openings:
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