Re:1993 Chevrolet P30 Food Truck Build
And we are not getting on your case. It's always best to think things through. Your walls won't flex, think about this: FedEx carries lots of heavy packages, tool trucks (Snap On) carries a lot of weight, so your restaurant equipment isn't going to cause you a problem. And no don't change your tanks but you did buy more than you needed but no big deal. It's a natural tendency to over do when your doing your first build. You want it to work, look good, and most important pass inspection. I think one of the first things the HD looks at is neat, tidy, CLEAN! Then they want to know did you hit the big points, required number of sinks, running water, water temp, cooler temps, exhaust hood and Ansul System. Do you know what your doing, do you have a food handlers license, do you have the proper equipment on board to cook what your selling and keep it up to serving temp? Those are the kind of things that are important.
One other thought take your truck or trailer to the HD or ask them to come do an inspection before your completely done. Just say I want to make sure I'm on the right track. Then your starting to build a relationship with your inspector. That will go a long way.