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I hate tiny trailer wheels and I like being different so I've been working in installing 20" wheels on my trailer that match the ones on my car. So far I've installed 2" 5x114.3 spacers with 73.1 hub. The hub on the trailer is 66.6mm so it clears fine. My wheels are 20x8.5 8.5 wide and 35mm+ offset. I just need to install some 245/35/20 tires and fab up some fenders, but that should be easy.
 

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Here is a pic of my tow vehicle with trailer attached. I built a custom hidden(behind the plate) hitch. I don't have one with the 20" wheels on it yet I'm waiting on new tires to come in, but will post as soon as I can.
 

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haha that's pretty awesome, nothing better than a lexus luxury cruiser and a sea doo being towed right behind it.

how long have you owned the SC and how are you liking it?

do you like the first generation SC?
 

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Thanks! I've had it for about a year now. I've always been a fan of them. You just can't beat the reliability of any year SC IMO. I had 93 sc300 that I went turbo with. It was a rare factory 5 speed and was pretty quick @ 15psi
 

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This is pretty awesome. You are transporting your Spark in style. What made you want to put 20" wheels on your trailer. It looks cool, but its not like it makes a lot of sense in the grand scheme of things.
 

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Thanks! I decided to go with the 20" wheels because I have the same wheel about to go on my car and I couldn't find anyone who had done it in a jetski trailer. I might also "flip" the axle to lower it back down. The new wheels will add some height requiring me to back further into the water.
 

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Thanks! I've had it for about a year now. I've always been a fan of them. You just can't beat the reliability of any year SC IMO. I had 93 sc300 that I went turbo with. It was a rare factory 5 speed and was pretty quick @ 15psi
That's awesome, you're a true SC enthusiast. I owned a 95 SC400 and loved it, planning to get a 98-00 later, still trying to decide if to go with the 400 or 300.

Why did you get rid of that gem of an SC you had?
 

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Thanks! I decided to go with the 20" wheels because I have the same wheel about to go on my car and I couldn't find anyone who had done it in a jetski trailer. I might also "flip" the axle to lower it back down. The new wheels will add some height requiring me to back further into the water.
You may want to try it with a set of 20" wheels first before you go through all the trouble to make sure it works, depending on the launch you use you may have to go in A LOT further than you did before! I put taller tires on my trailer, I went from 12" to 14" wheels and couldn't believe how much further I had to go in!
 

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If thats just wheels for your trailer I would like ot see what you have on your actual car lol.

Nice though, tires aint going to be cheap
 
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