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2006 JEEP WRANGLER LJ  - Garvin Industries ATS Series Swing-Away Tire Carrier with Hitch and D-ring Mounts (Black) - 71000 - 71000

Garvin Industries ATS Series Swing-Away Tire Carrier with Hitch and D-ring Mounts (Black) - 71000

Garvin Industries | Part Number: GRV71000


  • D-Ring Mount Included: D-Ring Mount Is Included
  • Fitment: Direct Fit
  • Finish: Powder Coat
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • Receiver Hitch: Receiver Hitch Yes
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • Tire Carrier: Tire Carrier Yes


  • Black powder coat
  • Made of 2 x 4-3/16 inch steel
  • Integrated receiver hitch
  • Clevis mounts for 3/4 inch D-rings
  • Greasable pivot


The Wilderness ATS Series Bumper System was designed for all terrains, from your trip to the store during the week or the trail on the weekend. This system includes a quick clamp assembly to allow for easy access to the rear of your Jeep. The bumper is made from 2�x 4� x 3/16� tubular steel and comes complete with integrated receiver hitch, clevis mounts and greasable pivot point. The system is black powder coated and comes complete with all mounting hardware.


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ATS Swingout tire carrier for Jeep Wrang

The ATS Swingout tire carrier by Garvin is generally a good tire carrier for Jeep Wrangler TJ. I have had one other aftermarket tire carrier prior to this, and this is certainly a different quality of build entirely. The carrier is very solid, and the swingout arm latch is adjustable and strong. The hinge for the swingout arm also has two grease nipple points which is great for maintenance. One major con of the bar is the supplied hardware and frame tie-in pieces, which I have not used most of, instead opting to use my own better quality bolts and frame tie ins from my previous bar.

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