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Old May 16th, 2009, 02:34 PM   #1
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Does anybody know what bolt pattern and size tire/wheel I need? It an older R&R 10ft aluminum snowmobile trailer, maybe 10 years old.
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Thanks, but I am almost 200 miles from the trailer.
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Thanks, but I am almost 300 miles from the trailer.
Ahh, then yes, that is a bit different... Unfortunately it's anyone's guess. 4 lug or 5 lug, likely 4 lug, but then again, it's anyones guess as to how big of a 4 lug.
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I do know its a 5 lug.
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I know this is going to seem like a really dumb idea and stuff but why dont you call up there and get someone to measure it?
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I would not do anything until someone can physically look at it, unless you are going to by rims and tires. In that case as long as you go with the four lug pattern it really shouldn't matter. Every snowmobile trailer I have dealt with can take either a 10" or 12 " wheel.
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