My Jeep is lifted with 37s. I turn my drop hitch upside down and lift the tire in 2 stages/lifts. Lift it on the hitch, reposition my grip, and lift it to the carrier. I'm a little over 60 years old. If I can do it, you young bucks can!Mm. It would be interesting to know how well, or not, the average owner manages to handle these massive spare tire/wheel combos when they have a flat on the road or trail, and there's no one else around to help.
I’m 59…..and the LT315/70R17’s on my Willys XR give me a workout. They’re actually more cumbersome and heavy than the 225/70R19.5’s in LRG on my 2022 RAM 5500 Cab & Chassis.Agreed. Attempting to rotate them solo resulted in a few days of backache. I doubt that I'll do that solo again.
I run methods and 37s (nitro recon grapplers). The fit is fine.I didnt buy the Teraflex mount for the longest time for two reasons. One, fitment of a 37 and my rear bumper. And two, if my wife could get the spare off if she ever needed to.
Then I realized my 100 lbs wife would never be able to get that spare tire off regardless of what tire carrier I had on. Short story long, I was worried about her not getting the 3rd brake light off and breaking something.
Thank goodness Im young(ish) and dumb so the spare isnt that big a deal for me!
I have lost mine deep in the snow once..I decided to paint my Maxtrax. Now I'll never lose them under the sand.
Great looking rig! Thank you for your patronage! Enjoy!NEW TIRE DAY!
I also jumped on the Goodyear Territory MT train. A couple of reasons, weight and cost. these are 10 pounds lighter and over $100 cheaper each than the same size KO2(s) they are replacing. I just got a new job where I'll be commuting a lot more and the weight was a big factor. Man, swinging the rear gate closed with this mounted on it was wildly different. Thanks to the team @Discount Tire in Palm Bay Florida for getting in and mounted so fast. The KO2s got slippery on the wet highway with about 39K miles on them and I have holiday travel next week.