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spare tire carrier
#1359575 Sun May 10 2020 04:22 PM
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my truck came with an extra wheel and tire in the bed, nothing hanging under the box , just an empty carrier. in the cab I had a box of various new parts, one being a Classic Parts spare hook, took one of my old tires I had replaced , a 6.50 x 16 and tried to hang it under the truck, to fat, and I don't like the way the carrier careans into the tail pipe making a dent, after doing some research I going with a 2008 Nissan carrier unless there's something better


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Re: spare tire carrier
woof359 #1359709 Mon May 11 2020 02:10 AM
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Uhm, if you want an answer, you will need to provide more information... year, make, model... etc..

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Re: spare tire carrier
woof359 #1360922 Tue May 19 2020 02:41 AM
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I used a simple hidden spare tire carrier from American Van Equipment to mount the spare inside my cargo compartment. It can also be used inside a pickup box.

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Re: spare tire carrier
woof359 #1361128 Wed May 20 2020 03:48 PM
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sorry, 1952 3100 , from what I read the Nissan spare block and tackle might be the way to go

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Re: spare tire carrier
woof359 #1361331 Thu May 21 2020 07:23 PM
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Id get the crank up cable type off a newer truck????


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Re: spare tire carrier
woof359 #1365529 Fri Jun 19 2020 08:11 AM
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I also use a hidden spare tire carrier, and have no complaints so far.

Re: spare tire carrier
FrankH7 #1366445 Thu Jun 25 2020 08:01 PM
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Pictures Frank ? where did you get it from >?


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Re: spare tire carrier
woof359 #1367025 Mon Jun 29 2020 06:27 PM
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I have a drivers side spare tire mount. I hope this is the correct thread to ask if anyone has ever seen a passenger side factory mount? Doc.


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Re: spare tire carrier
woof359 #1367032 Mon Jun 29 2020 08:02 PM
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Maybe in Australia?


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Re: spare tire carrier
Doc.Hall #1368256 Wed Jul 08 2020 08:37 PM
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The driver side mount on my '51 looks like it was shop made and not factory. Might make one if you feel capable.

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