So after tinkering around with my ramp door that seems to just not be able to hold a constant position, I discovered this...
The holes of the hinge that bolt to the "bumper" plate are actually just shy of 1/2", so the 3/8" bolts slop around quite a bit
The "slotted" holes in the bumper plate had no washers on the backsides behind the nuts, which leads me to believe with bouncing down the road they moved quite a bit and werent able to really grasp a flat surface.
After muscling around with a pry bar to finally center the door i was able to discover the first curbside set of slotted holes didnt even line up with the hinge holes, which in turn automatically offset my door to the curbside, giving me the gap on the roadside...........if that makes sense
Soooooooo, im going to replace the 3/8'' allen bolts with hex head bolts, because I stripped 3 trying to take the damn things off.
Re-drill the last holes for the hinge to line up correctly, and im going to use serrated flange nuts and hope that locks the door in place and stops it from moving around.
If that doesnt work, I will try switching to 1/2" hardware....
If that doesnt work I will probably blow my trailer up