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Buyers Products Stake Pocket Spare Tire Carrier

Buyers Products Stake Pocket Spare Tire Carrier

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Spare Tire Carrier provides a removable spare tire mount that fits standard stake pockets on stake body trucks and trailers. 6-hole design will cover many tire bolt patterns. Angled post gives your tire extra clearance. Durable steel construction. Great Prices for the best spare tire carrier from Buyers Products. Buyers Products Stake Pocket Spare Tire Carrier part number 3375201012 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-833-496-1390 for expert service.
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Buyers Products Spare Tire Carrier

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Spare Tire Carrier provides a removable spare tire mount that fits standard stake pockets on stake body trucks and trailers. 6-hole design will cover many tire bolt patterns. Angled post gives your tire extra clearance. Durable steel construction.


Features:

  • Stake Pocket Spare Tire Carrier provides a removable spare tire mount on stake body trucks and trailers
  • Carrier fits most standard 3-1/2" and 3-3/4" stake pockets
  • Fits wheels with the following bolt patterns: 5 on 4-1/2, 5 on 5, 6 on 5-1/2, and 8 on 6-1/2
    • 5/8" holes and 1/2" holes (3 each)
  • Easy installation with included hardware
    • 1/2" and 9/16" press-in wheel studs (2 each) with nuts to carry most popular 13 and larger wheel tires
  • Angled design gives the tire extra clearance of 6-1/2" out and 7-1/2" up from stake pocket
  • Durable steel construction
  • Black powder-coated finish is corrosion resistant


5201012 Buyers Products Stake Pocket Spare Tire Carrier

Item # 3375201012




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Today we're going to take a look at the Buyers Product Stake Pocket Spare Tire Carrier. Now this part will provide a removable spare tire mount on your stake body trucks or trailers. It is constructed of a durable steel with a nice black powder coat finish for corrosion resistance. It comes out of the box all ready to install. This carrier is designed to fit most standard 3 1/2 inch by 3 3/4 inch stake pockets. It does include the mounting plate and the mounting bolt to install this to the stake pocket.

All you do is drop this into the stake pocket, put your bracket on there. Run your bolt up through the bracket. Then just thread it into the bolt that's on the carrier itself, and it'll hold it into place.Now since many of the large trailers we usually have many different stake pockets on each side of the trailer. This carrier will allow you to put it in the best position for your application. Since it isn't permanent, it can be unbolted and moved around to fit what you might be hauling at that moment.

Now this spare tire carrier has an angle design to it you can see when it's installed. It'll give the tire extra clearance of about 6 1/2 inches out and about 7 1/2 inches up from the stake pocket.If you look on the mounting plate, there's six holes. There's a total of 1/2 inch diameter holes and three 5/8 inch diameter holes. That will also include these press-in studs. It gives you two 1/2 inch with nuts and two 9/16 press-in wheel studs with nuts.

That will allow you to carry most popular 13 inch and larger wheels and tires. Basically, it depends. You pick what stud size you need, let's say the 1/2 inch. They're press-in, so you start them, and then you just press them into place. Then you put this one over to whatever bolt pattern is on your wheel.

Again, they just press into place, and then once you put your wheel up on there you take your included lug nuts and tighten the wheel down. It'll carry your spare tire.Now this is designed to fit wheels that have the following bolt patterns. It'll work on five on 4 1/2 bolt pattern, five on five inch bolt pattern, six on 5 1/2 inch, and eight on 6 1/2 inch bolt pattern. It will cover most of the normal, common bolt patterns that are out there. That should do it for the review on the Buyers Product Stake Pocket Spare Tire Carrier.

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Buyers Products Stake Pocket Spare Tire Carrier - 3375201012

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (90 Customer Reviews)

Spare Tire Carrier provides a removable spare tire mount that fits standard stake pockets on stake body trucks and trailers. 6-hole design will cover many tire bolt patterns. Angled post gives your tire extra clearance. Durable steel construction.

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This carrier is solidly built and has a nice gloss finish that seems thick. The part that inserts into the stake pocket is longer than the pocket on my new trailer so the bracket could not tighten it into position. I managed to adapt a hard plastic spacer to fill the 1/2" gap and it works, for now. I will search for a more robust solution. Also, as others have mentioned, the lug bolts provided do not fit in the openings, even accepting that a tight friction fit is intended. I had to use a Dremel to ream out the opening as well as chamfer the bolt shoulders before using a heavy mallet in Hulk mode to get them seated. It should not have required that level of "encouragement". The first issue may be due to my trailer design, but the second issue can be fixed by the vendor.


Comments
It works, but is not ideal for the reasons I originally posted. Also, a lip around the post just below where the angled portion is attached for it to rest on the top of the stake pocket would make it even more stable.
Marco - 06/08/2022


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The trailer we bought did not come with a spare so this worked well to add one and have a place to mount it.




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FAST shipping, quality item, heavy thick metal with a good powdercoat finish..The stake was too large for my stake pockets so I chose to grind the stake to fit. 30 min of grind and try resulted in a good fit. Black rattle can paint covered all bare metal. the splines on the wheel studs are to long for the metal. 2 washers under the stud head resulted in a flush fit for the wheel, nice and tight. This is s a quality product and e trailer is a great vendor. My installation is probably a worst case, yours will probably be a piece of cake.




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Very nice attachment for a spare tire holder on my trailer.




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Just installed it. Will know how it holds up in a few weeks. Looks great though!!




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Mounting and lug bolts came loose, had to weld in place.




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The stake pocket spare tire holder is well built and once the bolt securing it to the pocket is tight the tire does not move. Very secure!
It came with two size studs to fit multiple tire sizes. Quality item!




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Awesome company. Super fast shipping and excellent customer service!




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holes not drilled in correctly


Comments
Thank you for reaching out. I have sent your information along to our customer service team.
-- Etrailer Expert Brooke M - 05/06/2022


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Worked great!




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Great service.




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Quick install quality built




by: 10/24/2021

It is made well and showed up early. It works fine and is the best option for my trailer. It now securely holds a sixteen inch spare tire on the mid-right side of my 14K pound trailer.




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Angles too far out from trailer. Makes trailer over 102 inches wide. Had to cut and reweld


Comments
The angled design gives the tire extra clearance of 6.5 inches out and 7.5 inches up from stake pocket.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 09/27/2021


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It seems to be a good spare tire rack, but I had two problems. The first was that the studs would not even begin to fit into the holes corresponding to my wheel pattern. I was using the smaller holes and the smaller studs. I had to grind out the holes and still had to really drive the studs into the holes. Once set up on my trailer.. I found that my stake pockets are too close to the front rail and the rear fender, for my spare to fit on the rack and not hit the rail or fender... I can't use it as is... I will probably get someone to just weld the thing to my frame.....


Comments
It is not recommended to modify the bolt holes on this spare tire carrier. This spare tire carrier works for the following wheel bolt pattern: 5 on 4-1/2, 5 on 5, 6 on 5-1/2, and 8 on 6-1/2. Included with the carrier are 2 different press-in wheel stud sizes, 1/2 inch and 9/16 inches, and a bracket to secure the spare to this carrier. This carrier is intended to be use on 13 inch or larger trailer wheels and tires. Another option instead of having this welded to your trailer, would be to use a stake pocket like # PK-BSP
Rack'Em Heavy Duty Stake Pocket for Flatbed Truck or Trailer - Bolt On - Steel - Qty 1
$8.43
and relocate this carrier to a more suitable location on your trailer. This stake pocket is a bolt on application but does not include the necessary 5/16 carriage bolts needed for installation.
-- Etrailer Expert Rachael H - 08/09/2019
I think you misunderstood my review.... I probably didnt explain it correctly My wheels are 5 on 4-12 x 15, and there were holes that lined up to my wheels. The problem was that the powder coat was too thick in the holes and wouldnt allow for the studs to even begin to seat into those holes. I didnt actually modify the bolt holes, I just ground off the powder coat from inside the holes, so that the supplied studs would fit INTO the holes..... I do appreciate the heads up on the recommendation for your bolt on stake pocket. I didnt know they even exist. I do a lot of auto/motorcycle work, but never learned to weld.... I will look into your stake pocket option
-- Etrailer Expert Baguda - 08/12/2019


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Got order within 3 days, the spare tire mount is well made and fit my equipment trailer well. Only issue was trying to get the friction studs into the mount to hold the tire. Other than that I am extremely happy with this product.




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This was a good option for adding a spare tire mount to my trailer.




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I never had a spare tire before and didn’t have a way to mount it to the trailer. This is an easy an very safe way to have a spare tire without giving up cargo space. I would recommend this upgrade.




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This spare tire holder is well constructed and gives you the ability to mount the unit at any rail location needed for the equipment you haul.




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Worked great!


Comments
Good!
Michael - 02/12/2022


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This is excellent way to carry your spare tire, well built and the etrailer folks shipped it immediately. Very impressed!




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Just what I was looking for. I had to make one up until I found this one. Easy install with a couple of hand tools.


Comments
Still works great and I have had no issues.
Chris - 03/28/2021


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Two issues. The larger pair of lug bolts have splines that extend well beyond the thickness of the steel plate, so the lug nuts run out of threads before the spare tire is tight. It will not fit into my welded on stake pockets, so I will need to grind off about 1/8 off the back, or buy a Bolt on stake pocket to put it in.




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the larger press fit sticks out from the spare wheel and wheel studs once pressed in fully are to thick I had to add a 1/4 inch spacer washer between the wheel and tire and the stud nut included with the kit to keep the factory spair tire wheel from moving around by itself once mounted tight.




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Like others have said, the bolt splines are too long and the wheel isn't flush with the mount, so the wheel wobbles. Will have to use about 1/4" washers also. The bracket that's supposed to "catch" the bottom of the stake pocket is out of alignment, leaving the whole unit a bit loose, but not enough for the whole mount to come out.



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