This allows these optimisations to apply to e.g. urem i16 directly
before urem is promoted to i32 on architectures where i16 operations
are not intrinsically legal (such as on Aarch64). The legalization then
later can happen more directly and generated code gets a chance to avoid
wasting time on computing results in types wider than necessary, in the end.
Seems like mostly an improvement in terms of results at least as far as x86_64 and aarch64 are concerned, with a few regressions here and there. It also helps in preventing regressions in changes like D87976: Support the division-by-constant strength reduction for more integer types.