The Smittybilt Oversize Tire Mount is the most economical way to mount an oversized tire onto your JK Wrangler. Attaches to the factory tailgate using the existing holes and requires no drilling or modifications. Completely adjustable and designed to mount up to a 37 inch tire or up to 195 lbs. Engineered to integrated with existing tailgate and works as one solid unit. Carrier and tailgate open and close as a single unit. Adjustable arm eliminates tailgate sag. Comes in a signature series matte black textured finish.
The appearance is nice, and is worth the money hands down. The directions aren't written well but are well enough to get it done.
I bought this for my wife's 12 JK. She has a pretty heavy wheel and tire combo (120lb). The stock carrier wasn't up to the task of supporting the weight. This carrier pulls the tire closer to the body and helps keep the tire from shaking up and down. Been pretty pleased with it so far. My only issue was that the instructions in the box were incomplete. I had to go to the smittybilt site to get the full direction.
were do the lock go at
Asked by i don't have a nickname from laurel md. on
Hi George There is a hole and a notch on the plate that the lock would go through on the Oversized Tire Carrier. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from laurel md. on
I recently bought a used 2012 2-door JKR on 37x12.5R17 tires that did not have a tire carrier or a spare tire when I bought it. It does have the mounting bolts in place. It has a stretched 4" suspension lift, and the rear frame crossmember has been modified to more closely mount a plain rock crawling bumper that has no options for mounting a tire carrier spindle, nor does it have a hitch receiver. My two questions are: 1. Will this carrier work for me to mount a spare when I don't have the original tire carrier? 2. Are this carrier and the tailgate robust enough to endure 4-wheeling with a 120-pound 37" tire on the tailgate, or would I be better considering a replacement bumper with a bumper-mounted tire carrier? Thanks!
Asked by Rock Doc from Bellevue, WA on
Rock Doc, the Smittybilt Oversized Tire Carrier will hold a 37" tire just fine. However a 37 will be the max you can put on it. I would feel safer with you using one like this: http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Bumpers-Jeep-Tire-Carriers/Pivot-Heavy-Duty-Oversize-Tire-Carrier.aspx?t_c=64&t_s=26&t_pt=3902&t_pn=S%2fB2843 to hold a 37" tire. It's a much better design and will hold the tire more securely. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from Bellevue, WA on
Will this carrier work with my 2014 JK Rubicon factory rim with 35" tire on it?
Asked by Silverback from Spotsylvania, VA on
Silverback, the Smittybilt Oversized Tire Carrier does not work with factory wheels. If you buy aftermarket wheels, then this will work just fine with 35's. Thanks for the question!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from Spotsylvania, VA on
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