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Old 02-21-2013, 09:52 AM   #1
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33" spare tire flat bed mount

I read several threads on mounting 33" spare tires, but I did not see any, where I could mount the tire flat in the bed. Looking for options where I can do a flat mount. Thinking members might have come up with some creative ideas or cheaper routes vs. bulky mounting hardware.

Appreciate the feedback. Txs
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:57 AM   #2
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http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...e-carrier.html --> some ideas, maybe not cheap, but none the less.

Couldjust strap is down. I have also seen where you make cross bars that go across the bed, and then utilize the stock spare tire holder mounted to the cross bars. you would just lower the tire from the cross bars instead of under the truck
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Thanks for the quick feedback...was thinking something like Singlefin's tire mount.
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:17 AM   #4
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not a problem .

Do you have pics of Singlefins mount? Or was it in the link i posted?
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This one?
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:25 AM   #6
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That's it.....Sent him a message. Went on the Sdtruckstop website, but didn't see any info on it.
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It may be from n-fab, but couldnt find it on their website.
http://www.n-fab.com/products/sfID1/.../106/sfID3/107

Maybe there are some there that you like lol
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Heres a 35"
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seen several with a strap set up.....Is there a concern about the strap getting cut or is spare tire theft not common among the members?
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You could always just lock it up, while its straped down. At the end of the day if someone wants your spare they wil get it regardless of how you have it mountd....som of bitch thieves
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Cable lock makes stealing a little harder.....I now have the tire up against the shovel so I can use the rear space when needed. Add extra d-rings to the bed bolts and use 2 straps in an X when offroad so it doesnt come loose!
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thank you for the ideas....I think I will go with the setup you have "Sublime." It will do the job and save a few dollars. txs
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