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Well you can't beat this for both pure genius & determination!
 
Chris Felton's garage lacked a little height but that wasn't enough to deter this guy from Go-Podding! Here's what he says:
 
"Hi Phill,
 
Thought I'd send you a couple of pics showing how I managed to fit it my Go-Pod in the garage.
 
Stored nice and dry since early October and not due to be let out until April.
 
A set of 8 inch wheels was the answer and with the aid of a hydraulic troley jack and an air powered wheel wrench I can have them changed in about 15 minutes.
 
I'm going to try to get in the habit of putting it away each time as it's pretty easy to just roll in and I can keep it out of the weather.
 
In fact I find myself in the garage polishing it from time to time!
 
Hope you're well. Chris."
 
CHRIS FELTON - SMALLER WHEELS 1
 
CHRIS FELTON - SMALLER WHEELS 2
 
CHRIS FELTON - SMALLER WHEELS 3

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  1. Chris

    Hi Rob, Our Go-Pod rolls nicely in on a set of 8 inch wheels bought from Trailertek Part number was WL102 and they were £64.63 for the pair delivered. ( https://www.trailertek.com ) They are at the weight limit for the Pod and you couldn't use them for towing etc but they are perfect for just rolling it in the garage. A couple of tips before you buy are to measure the PCD (Pitch Circle Diameter) of the wheel studs as they do a 100mm and a 4" which is very slightly different (1.6mm) I think both will actually fit. Remember the motor movers will not work on the small wheels and when you come to change the wheels leave the Pod hitched to the car as it's not going to roll off the jack or move sideways. Hope this helps, let me know how you get on. Best regards, Chris

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  2. rob harris

    hi, im having same problem in my garage, fits ok once under the door, where did you get your wheels please

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