ZROADZ Spare Tire LED Bracket

  1. DHW

    DHW Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys,

    I’ve seen a lot of people discuss lighting options for the rear of the Jeep, but haven’t seen anyone mention the ZROADZ bracket I recently installed. I’m sticking with the Mopar steel bumper so I didn’t really have anywhere in the bumper to mount lights, and I like the fact that this bracket mounts them higher up than the bumper. Easy install, you just use the four screws that hold the center tail light for the bracket. I had already moved my center tail light to its highest position since I installed 35s, so I just used a few spacers for the top screws. Not sure if this bracket is being discontinued, but I was able to get it at Extreme Terrain for $119. Usually goes for $165 I think. Also, their website says the bracket only works with 32 inch tires, but as you can see there’s more than enough room even with 35’s.

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    That's a pretty neat bracket. To bad it wasn't adjustable for larger tires. Does it vibrate at all while you're driving? Nothing annoys me more than lights that shake.
     
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    DHW

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    hey, sorry just seeing this.

    Yea I was concerned at first because their website said it only accommodates tires up to 33”, but I have a 35 on the back and I’m pretty sure It would easily accommodate 37’s. Even with 40s you could probably make a little bracket to extend the light out a little bit. That’s what I was planning on doing if the bracket was too small for my 35s.

    And no the bracket doesn’t vibrate at all driving. The light shake a little bit when you close the tailgate but that’s it.
     
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