RZR Spare Tire Mount

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If you’re looking to add a spare tire mount to your RZR, you’ve come to the right place. Unlike traditional mounts that require drilling and modifications, an RZR spare tire mount bolts right onto the back of your ATV. This mount is designed to fit both front and back tires, and comes with all of the hardware you need to install it. Before you purchase your new spare tire mount, make sure you know what type of vehicle you have.

The Everything Polaris RZR website offers hundreds of different spare tire mounts, including roof-mounted tire carriers, cage-mounted mounts, and cargo tray holders. Some models also have locking lug nuts and a single stage powder-coat finish. You can find the right spare tire mount by following these tips. Once you’ve chosen the right mount for your vehicle, you’ll be ready to hit the trail.

Adding a spare tire to your ATV is easy when you install the Pro Armor Spare Tire Mount. This mount positions the spare tire high enough to allow easy access to the rear trunk. A ratcheting Y-strap is included for easy installation. It can accommodate up to a 32-inch tire and requires a Pro Armor Bed Storage Bag. This product comes with all the necessary hardware, including protective rubber sleeves.

Some ATVs and motorcycles also have externally mounted spare wheels. A limited-use spare may be too small to be safe for towing trailers or carrying full loads. A full-sized spare is usually located outside, such as on the front hood or rear door of an SUV. The spare tire mount may be too low to fit the spare tire safely on a fully loaded truck or a motorcycle. You can even install a spare tire mount on a bicycle rack.

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