Store Your Spare Tire Underneath Your RV Without A Hassle!
"I moved the spare tire to the undercarriage of my 5th wheel trailer from the rear bumper. The build quality is excellent and gives the confidence to suspend a spare tire, just like a factory vehicle spare tire carrier. Well done!” - Vincent A.
Why Buy Our RV Spare Tire Winch?
✅CONVENIENT: The Spare Tire Winch is the perfect bolt-on solution for your spare tire carrier. Simply bolts onto your RV's chassis or frame and enables easy access to the spare tire. It also has a built-in offset cable with a maximum length of up to 45” for excellent leverage.
✅COMPATIBILITY: It can be used on RVs, trailers, motorhomes, and trucks with enough clearance to store the additional spare tire. It is made of high-quality material and has a maximum load capacity of up to 150 lbs, ensuring a secure hold on the spare tire.
- Hardware is NOT INCLUDED
- DO NOT use a power drill or impact wrench to operate the winch extension and DO NOT continue to rotate the winch extension after the tire is in its proper position. (Use of power tools and overextension of the winch can damage the winch or its cable, which could result in the spare tire dropping away from its stowed position.)
- Maintain tension on the winch cable during the rewinding of the winch. Failure to do so may cause the winch cable to slack and unwind during transport.
📋Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What do you use to operate the crank to lift the tire/wheel up and down?
A: Use a manual crank or a socket wrench to turn the winch extension clockwise to raise the spare tire to the tow position and counterclockwise to lower the tire from the carrier.
Q: How to install and use this winch?
- Installation Process:
- Determine the location of the spare tire carrier to permit curbside access to the winch extension. The carrier can be located behind the rear jacks of the trailer but must remain within the departure angle of the trailer
- Using a total of eight 5/16" x 3/4" self-drilling screws, attach the carrier to the underside of the chassis rails utilizing the inner holes of the brackets. Four on each frame rail. Make sure the winch extension is visible underneath the main rails.
- Drill 11/32" mounting holes for bolts using the outer holes of the brackets for a guide.
- Insert eight 5/16" - 18 x 1" bolts in the outer holes of the brackets, and securely fasten with nylon lock nuts. Four on each frame rail.
- Operation Process:
- Place the tire underneath the spare tire carrier and thread the end of the winch inside the wheel hub opening and tire rim.
- Use a manual crank or a socket wrench to turn the winch extension clockwise to raise the spare tire to the tow position.
- Turn the winch extension counterclockwise to lower the tire from the carrier.
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