|Item Weight||5.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 4 x 6.25 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||70214|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||70214|
MaxxHaul 70214 Powder Coat Black Trailer Spare Tire Carrier
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- Holds 4-lug (4 on 4" bolt pattern) and 5-lug (5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern) trailer wheels and not compatible with 5 on 4-3/4" or 5 on 5" bolt pattern
- Mounts on trailer tongues up to 3 inch wide and 5 inch high
- Angled and raised mount design makes this ideal for boat trailers as well
- Durable powder coat finish to resist rust and corrosion
- Zinc plated mounting hardware
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Our MaxxHaul Spare Tire Carrier quickly mounts to the tongue of your trailer to handle your trailer spare tire of up to 100 Pounds in weight. It holds 4-lug (4 on 4" bolt pattern) and 5-lug (5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern) trailer wheels. Please note that it is not compatible with 5 on 4-3/4" or 5 on 5" bolt pattern.
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For those who do things the right way...
The bolt heads are 18 mm.
The nuts are 11/16". 17 mm will fit the nut but not if your wrench or socket has tight tolerances.
You read correctly, THE BOLT HEAD IS A DIFFERENT SIZE THAN THE NUT.
The only size that fits the bolt head properly is 18 mm, 3/4" is extremely sloppy and completely unusable, 11/16" will not fit at all.
The bolts supplied are 4 1/2" (114mm) long with 2 1/2" (64mm) threaded.
A 4x4 bolt pattern 12 inch trailer wheel hangs 4 inches below the lowest point of the main mount bracket plate.
The same as saying a 12 inch wheel will hang 4 inches below the trailer frame it is mounted on.
Even though the mount angles upward, the tire itself hangs below.
The picture provided on amazon hides that detail completely. (carefully employs parallax error to deceive)
A 12 inch tire will hang 4 inches below the frame IF.... the bracket is mounted at its highest point.
A 12 inch tire "could" hang up to 7 inches below the frame.
Therefore at best.... 4 inches below the frame. (larger tire hangs lower obviously)
Best idea is as others have said.
By some corrosion resistant grade 5 or grade 8 fastener hardware that fits your frame.
This fastener hardware is truly junk and will corrode.
The size is 7/16" or 11 mm if you prefer metric.
Then.... the fasteners won't rust and the bolt head size will equal the nut size as usual and typical.
Now the good news.
For the price this is an excellent buy and works fine if you fix the hardware.
By Mr. Homebody on October 14, 2018
By TVJ on May 19, 2017
By G. Singer on November 4, 2017
Update, product is good quality, just didn’t fit as described, I had ended up having to drill a grid hole to allow it to fit my wheels, didn’t have time to wait for a new one to be shipped and no one local has any.
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Reviewed in Canada on May 10, 2019