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Old 01-26-2011, 08:10 PM   #1
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spare tire carrier

when I picked up my rig we had to pull the spare tire off due interference with the hitch it was in the way of the tongue of my dolly put inside drove home where to put it did not want to mount on front bumper did that on a van years ago but nothing this heavy ,did not want block the air flow. did not like any i found on line so came up with this gem it mounts over the hitch high enough to clear the dolly far enough from the body to not damage it and it was free as made from metal salvaged from the junk pile
that's all for now
best wishes frank ,cricket and harley dog
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Good work Frank,

That's good old American ingenuity at work!


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Old 01-28-2011, 06:40 PM   #4
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We don't have a bumper so had a rack welded under the coach which swings down to get the tire out ot in. Yours looks like a good soulation with a bumper.
Mike, Janet & Duchess (cavalier King Charles)
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