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newb autocad tire mount

Planning to bolt this in the tub of my jeep where the rear seat is... no purpose cept for aesthetic but I think it might be a little weak to handle a ~65lb tire while wheeling... what yall think?

Disclaimer: Not an engineering major, 2nd day messing around with autocad.

Edit: Couldn't figure out how to get the dimension of the cylinder ontop but it's 4.5 so the wheel sits across the board





In the tub of this:


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post #2 of 7 Old 08-29-2010, 12:49 PM
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What size tire...?


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Lol damn, that's one I didn't think of... 33x12. Time to redo.
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Done, tire should fit and have enough support on the left and right sides... I miss anything?

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now the question is, what is under the tub where you have the holes to mount it? anything in the way to drill through and support it?


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Nada, only thing on the topside are the ridges that won't make it stable but I figure I could sand that down. I was afraid I'd have no room to work underneath but last I saw the area was clear from anything too
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Nada, only thing on the topside are the ridges that won't make it stable but I figure I could sand that down. I was afraid I'd have no room to work underneath but last I saw the area was clear from anything too
Cool, now get it made

you talking about the sound deadener? If so you can easily chip that off with a wood chisel and hammer. I think it will be fine on though, if one half of the mount is on it and the other off just put some washers under the one that isnt.


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