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      that's a good idea as well! Use masking tape. That way you wont have to worry about marking up trailer walls while you are trying to figure this out. i think what will help you out is a light floor jack on wheels. Combine that with 4 car tire dollies, and you can arrange them anywhere you want!

      like these


      put your toy on these, move it to it's location, and then use the jack to take them off the toy.

      or just get some of these..

       
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      that's a good idea as well! Use masking tape. That way you wont have to worry about marking up trailer walls while you are trying to figure this out. i think what will help you out is a light floor jack on wheels. Combine that with 4 car tire dollies, and you can arrange them anywhere you want!

      like these


      put your toy on these, move it to it's location, and then use the jack to take them off the toy.

      or just get some of these..

      I like this dolly idea. But with 96 inches to work with and a 94.2 inch long ATV, getting it spun around might be an issue. If I turn the steering to be up against one wall and use those dollies under the rear wheels, I'm not sure there will be enough room to get it turned completely sideways. I do have a door right there so it may be possible with it open. Margin of error is gone. Thanks for the idea!
       
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