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My brother found this on hornetoutdoors.com part# U-4047
 

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I watched a friend out in the desert cut the sidewall on a tire and 52 miles later the rim was trashed, but made it to camp.
 

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I prefer a spare being mounted in a spot where it won't move at all. Preferably a mechanical mount with a ratchet strap for insurance.
 

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I prefer a spare being mounted in a spot where it won't move at all. Preferably a mechanical mount with a ratchet strap for insurance.
They have brackets that locks down the joints in the rack that takes the slop out very firm setup and if you have a 4 seat setup you don't have a bed to carry anything.
 

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I prefer a spare being mounted in a spot where it won't move at all. Preferably a mechanical mount with a ratchet strap for insurance.
They have brackets that locks down the joints in the rack that takes the slop out very firm setup and if you have a 4 seat setup you don't have a bed to carry anything.
Looks like a great space saver. What about the 2 hitch pins. Any movement there?
 

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If you look at the pic where top piece slides into the curved one is a u-bolt with a plate tightens up the joint no movement.
 

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Ill see it in action in a couple weeks


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Well damn, I am no longer a "mountaineer" now I am a "Turbo"
When do I get to be "Mud Slinger" ... Is that the top rank?
I think there are 22 more levels..... :grin
 

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Hey time fly's when your having fun.
 
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