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I need a few more inches between by trailer wheels for the boat to fit nicely between them. Can I install the trailer wheels turned opposite side out?

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You can, but the wheel has a recessed socket for the stud to fit into which will be reversed,although this will cause NO problems if tightened, then checked after 100 miles, just to make sure they dont loosen.do not use any washers,you could also use spacers made for the job but they do the same job.
its all down to axle load then.....

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