So, I've got to find a way to haul a K5 frame home. It's 500 miles. Roughly 250 miles (4.5 hours) on two lane 55mph highways and 250 miles (3.5 hours) on 70mph expressways. At that half way point I'll be crossing the Mackinaw Bridge. All it's going to have on it is four springs, a gas tank, front and rear axles, and maybe a steering box. Willing to bet somewhere around 800lbs. I have the opportunity to pick up a tow/car dolley for $200. It needs tires (13" little snots), new lights, new tie downs, and to be rewired. It's 72" wide. If I put some 235x75r15 tires on stock steel wheels the BACK of the K5 will barely fit on the dolley. I believe the front of the K5 will fit if I run JUST the wheels, no rubber. I have heard that Nissan, Isuzu, and Toyota used some skinny wheels with more backspacing to narrow it up some more. Is it feasible to run it backwards on the car dolley? Would it still be feasible if in the future when the K5 frame is done (3500lbs tops) to haul it backwards on the car dolley? Would it be alright to run it on bare rims on the car dolley but forwards? Is the car dolley even worth buying at $200? I'll probably have another $100 tied up in new rubber, lights, and wiring.