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post #1 of 10 Old 12-13-2013, 09:23 AM Thread Starter
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Spare tire inside part 2

Updated my spare tire mount. Wanted to lower it. Turned my four door into a two seater.

This was my first inside mount.


First step remove seats.

Used metal from the scap pile zero$$

Mock up for hilift mounts.

With the tire on it. Plenty of room for tool bags and a cooler on the floor.

Thinking about a rack/basket over the spare.
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Hey, were those seat bolts tight enough? I split a socket using a 1/2" breaker bar getting mine out. Had to go buy an impact socket.

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Looks good. Can't wait to see it in person.

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awesome work Keith....can't wait to see it!


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Hey, were those seat bolts tight enough? I split a socket using a 1/2" breaker bar getting mine out. Had to go buy an impact socket.
Yes, those bolts are a bitch. Mine is a 2010 and I live in the rusty crusty Michigan.

Thanks for the thumbs up Eddie and Jeff.
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Looks good Keith.
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Looking sweet. Angled up looked sick but yea, down is more functional.

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Looking sweet. Angled up looked sick but yea, down is more functional.
Thank's

I'm going to run it like this for now. I can always toss the angle one back in if I'm going to have any passengers in the back. Both tire mounts bolt in.
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