While they do come off, it isn't the kind of thing you can do simply. And you will only save 14 inches.
You may get directions if you can obtain a Service manual, but that isn't the easiest of tasks.
I wouldn't attempt it personally, even the slightest of damages to the bottom of the printer, which will fully be exposed during the move once you remove its bottom (Shielding and wheels)and that printer will do nothing but jam forever after.
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