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I just test fit mine into my enclosed this past weekend. I had probably 1-1.5" of clearance on each side of the front wheels going between the fenders. It was pretty tight. My trailer is a Pace 8.5'x20'. I'm in the process of removing the D-rings that are currently in the floor and installing flush mount versions so I wont stub my toes on them.
I'm not a fan of how they want you to strap the rear end down by going through the swing arm and around the tire. I ordered some axle straps with the cover and wonder if it will scratch the wheel if I decide to just go through it? Any ideas? @Hogg picture looks like it is done this way. Is that correct, and did it scratch the wheels?

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I just test fit mine into my enclosed this past weekend. I had probably 1-1.5" of clearance on each side of the front wheels going between the fenders. It was pretty tight. My trailer is a Pace 8.5'x20'. I'm in the process of removing the D-rings that are currently in the floor and installing flush mount versions so I wont stub my toes on them.
I'm not a fan of how they want you to strap the rear end down by going through the swing arm and around the tire. I ordered some axle straps with the cover and wonder if it will scratch the wheel if I decide to just go through it? Any ideas? @Hogg picture looks like it is done this way. Is that correct, and did it scratch the wheels?

Stephen
soft motorcycle ties were great and won't scratch
 
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