It has always bothered me that most trailers use runs with zero offset, making it impossible to fit more conventional rims on a utility trailer in a pinch. Today I am going to show you how to do it.
Want to support D&E?
D&E Stickers on ETSY:
D&E Shirts on TEESPRING:
Become a PATREON and receive D&E gear as well as exclusive content:
We hope you enjoyed this video and will keep in mind that all information included is intended to be purely academic and in fact is only the opinion of D&E. We are not professionals, nor are we qualified to knight you a professional. D&E want to ensure that anyone modify or fixing their own vehicle does so in a safe manner which leaves the vehicle in a legal, roadworthy state. In short, DON’T BE A MONKEY WITH A TOOL BOX! If you don’t know what you are doing, leave it the professionals!