I agree about the factory casters. I thought they were way too small. I ended up fabricating a new chassis and wheels for mine. 12 inch wheels on the back with 8 inch casters on the front. I extended the wheel base length and width for a wider foot print. I am less nervous about winching it up into to my trailer now. It seemed very top heavy before with smaller foot print. I never had a tip over, but I was concerned. I don't know how I would ever get it back upright if that happened.
:plane:Lite beer and Lite music were not made for heterosexual male consumption.:tsk:
[COLOR=Red][FONT=Comic Sans MS]Squirrels are nature's little speed bumps.:thumb:[/FONT][/COLOR]