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I Need An Outside Tire To Tire measurment.

I Am Wondering If Someone With 37x13.50 With A Stock Axle And wheels with 4.5" Backspacing Could measure outside tire to outside tire for me. I have 35's right now and planning to go to 37x13.50 in the future. I am looking at buying a new trailer and is 83" between fender wells. Thanks
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Build ramps over the fender wells and life is peachy for when you put D60's under there.
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Thanks for that. Thats a great idea.
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I Am Wondering If Someone With 37x13.50 With A Stock Axle And wheels with 4.5" Backspacing Could measure outside tire to outside tire for me. I have 35's right now and planning to go to 37x13.50 in the future. I am looking at buying a new trailer and is 83" between fender wells. Thanks
i measured nick's the other night with a currie 60 front axle which is wider than stock. he has 37x13.50x18's with 4.5" bs and it was right around 80"

so you should be fine with the stock axles... that being said, him and i both have this trailer:

http://www.cornprotrailers.com/CarHauler.html

and you can drive over the fenders no problem. new they're around 3k... one of the BEST built steel car haulers you can get around here though. i picked mine up a year old with a winch for 2400. i can't recommend them enough. nick snagged his after we towed his JK with mine.

torsion axles, brakes on both axles, high quality paint, heavy fenders (i drive over them with my tj) very well built


31 jeeps in... still have issues

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Thanks for your input. Ill look into those trailers definately. Nice TJ by the way.
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