Smaller tires and rim set up for fitting in enclosed trailers

Trashy

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Why not just go to pick a part or your local auto wrecker . And grab some mini Cooper rims, use 5/8 inch drillbit and make new holes to fit your side-by-side.
 

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Could you just remove the shock bolts and swing them out of the way, to drop it enough to fit in? Might be less work than changing wheels.
 

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Could you just remove the shock bolts and swing them out of the way, to drop it enough to fit in? Might be less work than changing wheels.
Remove the shock bolts and without rolling on a jack, the entire back end collapses.
 

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Not sure where you would plan to jam in a 4x4 once you remove the shock bolt. The top of the shock is simply going to punch through the top of the fender if you remove that one, or the bottom is going to drag the asphalt if you remove the bottom.

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