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    Move 2

    Can anyone tell me the bolt pattern of the Move 2's rim? ordering from trailertires.com. Thanks for your help! -PEZ


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    brp sells 3 different move 2s

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    I can’t tell you for sure but I can tell you the standard bolt pattern is 5x4.5, which is on my move 1 and my buddy’s wake boat trailer and his dads tritoon trailer. Same as the ford small pattern. The easiest way to know 100% would be to actually measure it since you don’t even have to remove a wheel to measure stud spacing. I seriously doubt it is anything but 5x4.5 as that is the standard for light duty trailers.

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    Thanks brother, here is the trailer. I am currently deployed so I can't measure the bolt pattern.
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    Definitely 5x4.5”

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