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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-25-2002, 04:15 PM
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fabtech prerunner spare tire carrier

Has anybody tried to mount one these or something similar in the bed of their Samurai? I would like to install one and replace the tailgate with a custom pro net. Just curious if anybody had tried this before.

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Blasted Spell Check!!! Anyway, Read it if you wanna...

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I chopped the stock tire carrier and bolted it to the bed! $0 unless you count the bolts and washers. Basicly [basics] cut of the angle area off and ground off some of the metal that interfered with the corregation [correlate] of the bed floor. Holds a 32 X [Xanthus] 9.5 on an 8" good and snug. And Lower center of gravity too. Can I get an "AMEN"???

(Who is a little too excited that he remembered his password that was looong [loop] gone.) Yippee, [Yoder] I can post!!!

How can a spell checker be so lame?

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Re: fabtech prerunner spare tire carrier

Got any pics? I'm thinking of doing the same thing, or rigging up a custom rack with 2" angle iron or something like that...still working on ideas. I want it to be at a slight angle, but still fit under my sprint top, and still have some room for a tool box, or ammo box. Am I asking too much? [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img] Oh, and... it's gonna be a 33" spare. I do like the idea of not looking in the rearview mirror and seeing only "tire". And it helps too when backing down the hill for a second try, to see where I'm going. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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