- Bring your spare up from under your chassis and secure it in your payload with the Go Industries Spare Tire Mount
- Custom designed for a flush fit in your pickup
- Bolts to either side of your truck bed for total mounting freedom
- Locks up tight with any padlock or combination lock
- Built tough from 12-gauge steel
- Painted black to blend in with most bed liners
- Your Go Industries Spare Tire Mount is backed by a 3-year warranty on workmanship and 6-month finish warranty.
Big trucks deserve booming exhaust systems and towering lift kits—and not just because it's fun to buzz Smart cars and give their owners minor heart attacks. Unfortunately, most dual exhaust systems and massive suspension lifts make you drop your spare, and driving without a backup tire is a surefire recipe for getting a flat. Avoid falling victim to Murphy's Law by relocating your extra wheel into your payload with the Go Industries Spare Tire Mount.
The deceptively simple Go Industries Truck Bed Tire Mount is engineered for one thing, and one thing only: to securely hold your spare in the back of your truck. For maximum structural strength, it's built from 12-gauge steel and finished with a sleek black paint. To keep sticky-fingered thieves off your tire, it also accepts padlocks and combination locks.
As versatile as it is strong, your Go Industries Truck Bed Tire Mount can be installed on either side of your payload. Or, if you're heading out on an epic off-road adventure and need multiple backup wheels, you can always add extra Go Industries truck bed spare tire carriers. Plus, they're covered by a 3-year warranty on workmanship and 6-month finish warranty.
Go Industries Spare Tire Mount Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Ronald H (TUCSON, AZ) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 — Jun 13, 2014 10:01 PM
Correct mount ordered and received as shown on AutoAnything and Go Industries sites; however, the mount was too short to allow attachment to the bed rail. Had to raise the mount 1/2 inch using square steel tube then modify the wheel mount using 1/2 inch threaded rod to accommodate the oversize tire.
Reviewed by Todd M (Glendale, AZ) Reviewed for a 1987 Ford F-150 — Mar 28, 2014 5:40 PM
.I bought my F-150 that still had the factory under bed spare tire mount. Living in Phoenix AZ, this is NOT where you want your spare when it's 118 degrees in the summer. I searched many option's for mounting the spare in bed and Go Industries makes the best option BY FAR! This made in the U.S.A. yes, U.S.A not China, spare tire mount is VERY heavy duty and is lockable as well, so that your spare can stay yours. Installation was very simple and I'm quite happy with this purchase.
Reviewed by James W C (Model, CO) Reviewed for a 1998 Dodge Ram — Jan 15, 2014 10:18 AM
Outstanding unit, used lag bolts instead of the bolts supplied. You might need to cut the top of the mount for a flush fit. Make sure prior to bolting you mount the tire before you bolt it in to ensure the proper mounting location.
Reviewed by John L H (Cheyenne, WY) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Silverado — Mar 27, 2013 8:18 AM
The design is ok, a little flimsy for a 16 inch tire. We had to cut and weld the tire support. It was not deep enough from the mount to the spare tire lung nut holes. We had to buy hex head bolts because the type supplied required a big screwdriver and that made installation difficult. We also replaced the bolt size... 3/16 is not a good size to hold the tire mount on. The Bracket behind the tire mount was to wide and we had to cut it down to fit up into the lip of the rail box.
Reviewed by Arthur P (libertyville, IL) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Ranger — Jan 11, 2013 8:43 AM
This was the only side mount I could find for my Ford. It is well made and adaptable to my use. Only issue I find is the mount mechanism is designed for thinner steel wheels. If you have aluminum wheels it does not extend far enough through the wheel for the lock mechanism. I solved it by having an extension welded on.
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