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Old 10-08-2016, 07:12 PM   #1
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Question utv in a 222

hi guys looking to trade my 2011 161 for a 2017 222 will a Yamaha wolverine r-spec fit in the 222 I can't find any info on garage size for the 222 any help would be great thanks tex.
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Old 10-08-2016, 09:34 PM   #2
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Looking on Jaycos website the cargo area depth for the 222 is 8'-6" on the sink side and 13'-7" on the entry door side.
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Old 10-09-2016, 03:52 AM   #3
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Looking on Jaycos website the cargo area depth for the 222 is 8'-6" on the sink side and 13'-7" on the entry door side.
thanks sundancer330 already have that the width I think is the problem and heard something about a cabinet to thanks again tex.
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Old 10-09-2016, 10:23 PM   #4
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Tex- I have a 16 wolverine se r spec and it fit in my old 222 by about two inches. the front left wheel was so close to the knob on the second from the floor drawer that I took it off. The top of the tire just sits in the middle of the drawer. the height was not a problem, mine is not raised but if you want to do that in the future. I don't think it would fit. I have a pic of mine when I had a 222 in my phone but cant get it to load onto this response.
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hi guys guess that's not going to work that $uck$ I wanted to stay with a jayco have a 1/2 ton tundra and need to be 24-26' long thanks anyway tex.
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hi guys guess that's not going to work that $uck$ I wanted to stay with a jayco have a 1/2 ton tundra and need to be 24-26' long thanks anyway tex.
Depending on your half ton you might be able to use a T26y. I'm sure the wolverine would fit in that.
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Here's my Kawasaki Mule in my T31b. I had to take off some of the cabinet handles to make it fit.
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