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Howard Hoover
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Username: Howard_hoover

Post Number: 84
Registered: 10-2005
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Posted on Saturday, May 05, 2007 - 06:46 am:   

This subject has been covered before & what I did with my Max 2 was remove the 2 center wheels & tires This only takes a few minutes & the vehicle will still drive & turn like it's supposed to. You really don't even need a jack of course it might depend on how steep the ramps are that go into the back of your truck. Just drive the AATV's front wheels up on the ramps so the center wheels are off the ground remove them & drive on in the bed & drive your front wheels over the hump the hubs on the center wheels will not touch the wheel wells at least they didn't on my full size Ford. This way you won't have to carry all that extra weight and the AATV will ride down lower and be more secure.