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Spare Tire Carrier ------ Blazen Offroad

Discussion in 'Vendor Forum' started by 81jimmyslt, Nov 13, 2006.

  1. 81jimmyslt

    81jimmyslt 1/2 ton status

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    Sorry to keep so many people waiting, but we are making tire carriers again with a different design.

    We favor the fold down tire carrier style because it makes it much easier to change your spare. Also the construction and design are much stronger than some other tire carriers. The carrier is mounted in place with four poly bushings, allowing for a smooth and strong ride.

    The carrier will work with either of our bumpers and capable of carrying up to a 44" spare. Don't forget to equip your carrier with jerry can mounts on either side or both. We also have Hi-lift and license plate mounts.


    More information can be found on our website http://www.blazenoffroad.com

    If you need a shipping quote let us know!

    Rear tire carrier.jpg

    Rear tire carrier 1.jpg

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    Rear tire carrier down 2.jpg
     
  2. savagek5diesel

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    that's just too awesome! Great work man!
     
  3. readymix

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    That looks sweet
     
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    camok5 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    I would love to see what it looks like hooked up to your non winch rear bumper.
     
  5. 81jimmyslt

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    Readymix- Thanks!

    CamoK5- It will take a little while to get some pics up, but we will. We have gotten pretty busy around here. Next time we are working on a non winch rear we will get er done.
     
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    How much for the whole setup as pictured?
     
  7. Citizen Rider

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    Looking at the site...it says $399, is this for the complete rear bumper? as in bumper, light guards, tire stinger, and tire adapter plate?

    I may be adding this to my list of next to buy!
     
  8. Loose Nut

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    whats the max tire size for that? Im sporting 39's and would love a place for a spare.


    n/m, sez up to a 44. nice. ill be getting one soon ;) Thanks.
     
  9. 81jimmyslt

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    No $399 is for the tire carrier.
     
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    Thanks for the orders!



    LOOK OUT FOR NEW PLATE BUMPERS IN 2007!!
     
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