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Old 03-10-2010, 06:33 PM   #1
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Need help from someone in the Seattle area

So I'm driving down to Arizona on the 15th thru the 23rd to go see my grandparents but also to do some 4x4ing. My problem is I will he taking off my 33" Baja Claw and putting on my other set of 31" street tires. I would love to take my tires down with me but have no way of transporting them. I've been trying to find somewhere or someone to borrow a small trailer. I looked at Uhaul but do not want to spend $150 to rent one. So if anyone is willing to let me use their trailer that would be so amazing. I know it's asking alot but this is my last option of getting my 33"s down there.

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