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Old 03-09-2013, 10:00 PM   #1
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06 23B Wheel Help

Im about ready to order some 14" wheel/tires combo but the trailer is in storage. I need someone to confirm that the bolt patter is 5-4.5 before I order. I looked in the manual but couldn't find it listed.
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Old 03-10-2013, 09:47 PM   #2
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Bump, Crabman might be able to help you. I believe this is the make and model year he has.

I was looking at the owner’s manual for my model year, I was surprised to see the lug options for the various wheel sizes. But it does not answer your actual question. According to the chart I must have 14” wheels as I have Alum rims. I will have to check when the HTT comes out of storage this spring.

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I have an '06 sitting in my shop. I will try to get you some confirmation after work today unless someone beats me to it.
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Measuring the centerline distance between 2 adjacent studs I get 2.625 with a scale. The formula for finding the diameter of a circle when you know the chord length is chord=d sin(c/2) with c being the central angle, 72 degrees in this case.

2.625=d sin(72/2)
2.625= d sin(36)
2.625= d (.5877852)
divide both sides by .5877852
4.466=d= your calculated bolt circle

Conclusion: My calculations are 0.034" off of 4.5" so given the margin of error in my measurement of the chord using a scale, I conclude that your bolt circle is 4.5"

Sorry I couldn't respond earlier but work and family got in the way.
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