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Re: HF TO-30 wheel base measurements?
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Tony in Mass.
Do you have a repair or operator's manual? There is a chart with tread distance, wheel arrangements in there. I guess like what Richard and Ken are saying, you have a trailer with rails 'X' appart. And this is what you need to adjust the front and rear wheel center distances to. don't worry about factory distance, you need to be concerned with the trailer. The front and back wheels can be moving narrower or wider in - hours, not minutes, but with one trailer, you must leave them for the duration.
Since you may not have the manual, some one on here may have a chart with the wheel thread distances in inches, and how the rear wheel centers and rims must be arranged to get to that point. Think of this as a puzzle with heavy pieces, you will have to take the time to study the way the centers and rims must bolt together to get onto the trailer rails. The front will be easier, but the bolts may not have been touched in decades, if ever, so like I said, allow several hours to do this.
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