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I've been looking for a good tire carrier that can carry up to a 35" tire, a high lift jack, and jerry cans.

Does such a thing exist?
 

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Something bolted to your tailgate or a bumper mount?
 

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Either or, would like options for both. Probably going to swap out my bumpettes for a standard bumper..
 

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It all depends on your budget. I see bumpers with mounts on craigslist too.
 

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My budget is $100


So that's why i'm looking around for all options.
 

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mmmmm K. Good luck.Midnight auto supply?
 

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Even on CL thats a tough one to accomplish. Heck even building one that is a tough one to accomplish.
 

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I have seen some rear racks (maybe they were separate tire carrier/rack combinations) where they can hold a high lift jack and 2, 5 gallon jerry cans. That's what I'd like to go for...
 

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Do you or any of your friends have a welder? you can get enough steel to build one for less than $100.

Im building a new one now for the rear bumper of my jeep that will hold a 37" easy with 1 5gal can and high lift for when I go Jeepin with my son. Im just trying to figure if I want to mount the tire to another spare stub shaft and unit bearing or not.
 

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I have one friend, another Jeeper, but not sure if his welding expertise goes that far...
 

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You only have one friend?
 

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well.. I guess if you only have one friend make damn sure he can weld.
Lucky for me I have a friend that can weld and one that owns sheep. :D
 

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I know this is an old thread but if you can get the tubing my bumper would not be that hard to copy.




I bought it used and was told it was made by Grant (supposedly out of business).
 
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