I'm building a small trailer to take camping. It will sort of match my Jeep, mostly in color and tires. I plan on a small frame basket that can hold a couple of action packers with two crossbars that I can put a cargo carrier on. Its going to have a rear receiver for a hitch too, and 33s. Here's some pics- the hubs are too large for the centerholes on the Jeep ravine rims, if you look at the pic of the inside of the rim you can see a grease ring from the end of a hub I stuck in to see how it fit. The hole in the rim is concave from the inside so it clears the first 3/4". A common solution is a hole saw, but I'm going with 1.5" spacers with a 3.25" center hole and swapping out the bearing buddys for standard caps, maybe flat ones. The axle came with leaf springs mounted to pieces of steel with holes for the fenders, both fenders and 3 tires that I don't need, I'll be listing them soon along with the bearing buddys. $40.00 for all, trades always possible! there's a pic of that stuff with a Jeep sway bar and tie rod on top, I'll be taking better pics and listing them soon.
so far I've taken everything apart and cleaned up the axle, painted it red. it's a boat trailer axle. The tires are Firestone Destination ATs, not my first choice for my Jeep but fine for this. In a pinch I can run a flat tire on the trailer and swap one of these to the Jeep. Next step is to clean up both hubs, repack the bearings and put the axle back together. The spacers should be here later this week (the pic is from ebay), then I'll bolt up the axle and tires and start measuring for the frame.
I'm also trying to work in YJ flares that Monsterburb was kind enough to give me, and I have to pickup leaf springs from Nativetaco and a receiver from GlacierPaul- thanks to all of you.