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MORryde Spare Tire Mounted Jerry Can Holder Review

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Review of the MORryde Spare Tire Mounted Jerry Can Holder


What's up everybody It's AJ with etrailer.com. Today, we're gonna be checking out this spare tire mounted jerry can holder for Jeep Wranglers. This is from MORryde, and this is gonna be a good way, to get that fuel canister, outside of your vehicle, and store it on the outside. That way, you don't have to smell the fuel while you're driving around, if you have to top up, you know. It's also gonna make more room, for more stuff in the Jeep, rather than this taking up that much space. Let's check it out.

This is gonna hold most NATO style jerry cans, up to five gallons. We have a five gallon one in there today. It comes with the ratchet strap, that's how we get it nice and tight, and not to move. There is a little space around the outside of the jerry can, but that's intended, so that these folks can get into there, and get into the mounting spots. That way it holds it nice and tight, so you can get that in there, you don't have to worry about scratching the can while you're doing that, and that's on the front and the back, that they hook in there and then you can latch it down.

This one also has side walls, on both sides. If that's something that you don't want, there is another one that they offer that is just more of a flat platform for the jerry can to sit on. I will say, that it's pretty sturdy, you can hear that, it's really solid construction. It's black powder coat steel and even the mounting options, you know, with the spare tire on there, this extended out, the bolt's in there, no rattling around, it doesn't move. I can shake the whole Jeep back and forth, and this isn't gonna move at all.

Another thing that's pretty convenient, and we left if like this on purpose, is we left a little bit of space in here. That way you can get in there with the impact, and use the same fitting that I would use for the lug nuts, to loosen this up, so when you're not using it, you can just take it off, and remove it. We said it would fit a five gallon jerry can, but I'm gonna go ahead and give you some dimensions. That way, you know specifically, how much you can hold. So, let's go from side to side, it looks to be about 14 inches and a quarter, and then we're gonna go from front to back, looks like seven and a quarter inches there, and then let's look at the side wall height,' go from the bottom to the top, looks like to be a nice six inches.

I think this is a good addition to your Jeep, especially if you don't wanna haul the gas can, inside the Jeep. Either you get limited space in there, or you just don't want the gas in there, you don't wanna be smelling it. You put it out here on the outside, and it's not gonna bother you at all. It's gonna stay in place, with that ratchet down, this thing's not going anywhere. Well, I think that does it, thanks for hanging out, and I hope this helped..


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Employee Andrew K
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Employee Jeff D
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