I'm not being a Richard Head type here but how are you going to clean behind your fryer? Or for that mater under it?
Here's some past experience talking, I had an almost terrible accident while pulling my trailer once on the highway at 55 MPH. I hit a really big bump in a road project and my trailer went sideways 90 degrees from my truck. I was in the middle of a long bridge on a four lane and a semi was storming by next to us at about 65 or 70 at the time. I thought ok take out the trailer I don't care but I'm going to protect the employee and my life in the mean time. The trailer swung back into line just before the semi went by with his air-horn blasting. Nothing in my trailer moved with the exception of a radio on a shelf, microwave, a box of straws and the drawers all opened. My BBQ sauce pump and container didn't even move off the counter.
When I built my trailer I built it way, WAY, WAY
to heavy trying to contend with what ever might happen. I see a lot of people here doing the same thing. Now I use tie-down straps on the cooler and that's all.
The anchors I use are these...http://www.uscargocontrol...Rings-D-Ring-Tie-downs
On the floor I use a base ring like these http://www.wagnercompanie...name=article&rpid=
And I promise you I have lightened my load in a lot of other areas, along these lines over the last 8 1/2 years as well. Of course I don't drive like I'm driving my car I'm much more conservative while pulling my trailer. LOL
All I'm saying is don't make your normal day job, serving food, cleaning up, repairing equipment, replacing equipment, any harder than it has to be.