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    If i knew,...I wouldn't ask sea-one's Avatar
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    I put 17's on my trailer!

    Hey guys I found these on Craigslist here in Dallas for $50!!! 4 205/40r17 tires and 2 wheels...the rims had bends on the outside so i took a piece of oak block and 3lb hammer and just worked'm out and now look!
    i did ,as most had those gay white cheepo's on it but man these really complement the ski's


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    wow thoughs do look good. do you know the bolt spacing? im sure its the same on all pwc trailers and hows the ride with them?

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    I got big rims on my trailer, but now I have to poke the car further into the water to launch the ski, or a steeper ramp.

    I am not too sure of the practicality of bigger diam wheels on the trailer now.

    Just my experience.

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    luck i wish i had seen them they would have been mine i am going to get wheels the match my jeep for the trailer.

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    yea buddy! choppin' some blades! Seriously though, nice wheels!

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    Thumbs up

    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richieb View Post
    I got big rims on my trailer, but now I have to poke the car further into the water to launch the ski, or a steeper ramp.

    I am not too sure of the practicality of bigger diam wheels on the trailer now.

    Just my experience.

    Golf cart wheels are the way to go..there 10 inch wheels...my trailor sits low so I dont have to put my rear tires in the water.

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    Nice look. Great set up. What's under the covers???

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    Looks great...Have a look @ those bow stops though. You dont want them on the hull.

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    If i knew,...I wouldn't ask sea-one's Avatar
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    yea it sit's higher for sure so yea you have to back in a little futher.and the bow stops,they are fixed now.The bolt pattern is a small ford 5 x 4 1/2. and under the covers are 2004's one stock,the other has some mods that i learned from you guys here! thanks hulker's for takin a look

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