Here's a pic of mine.
I ordered the brackets directly from Dorsey trailers for $55 (a little steep but I didn't feel like having to figure out all the angles) and got the wheels directly from Grainger. I purchased a pair of these http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/productdetail.jsp?xi=xi&ItemId=1611666606
for $11 a piece. I got a friend of mine to weld them on. After the welding, the paint required some touch up and I had to replace the pin-striping. However, it turned out great.
They work ok but every now and then they leave a black mark on my drive if I come at an angle. I believe Dorsey began using these http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/productdetail.jsp?xi=xi&ItemId=1611763909
. I don't believe they leave marks........But hey, I don't like the color. But the marks go away when it rains.....so it's not that big a deal.
The wheels hang about 3/4" below my prop guard. They work great. My driveway has a slight incline and I couldn't get in it without those wheels. They roll for about 16 inches.
(Message edited by jroyal on July 10, 2003)