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Spare Tire Carrier

When it comes to a flat tire, "I hope it won't happen to me" isn't much of a contingency plan. But that's all most motorhome owners have to work with because most motorhomes don't carry a spare.

If you're in that group, it's time to get a Spare Tire Carrier™ before Murphy's Law kicks in and you find out just how long it can take to find a spare tire 30 miles north of Phoenix. On a Sunday. And how much you're going to pay for it.

Roadmaster's Spare Tire Carrier is a proactive approach to a flat tire.


Features and Benefits

• With a ready-to-go spare, Good Sam Roadside Assistance can get you back on the road quickly.
• Carrying your own spare allows YOU to control the cost.
• Comes with a 2" receiver hitch for a tow bar, hitch rack or other hitch-mounted accessory.
• The carrier can be lowered to either side for engine access or ladder clearance.
• Powder-coated for durability and corrosion resistance

195225-S
      Spare Tire Carrier
 
     For the assembly and operating instructions, click here.



Specifications

       • For 16", 16.5", 19.5", 22.5", 24" and 24.5" wheels      • 10,000lb. maximum capacity
       • 400-pound maximum tongue weight                   • Mounts in a standard 2" receiver
       • Will a Spare Tire Carrier fit on my motorhome?
       • Motorhome Magazine reviews the Spare Tire Carrier
       • 'We're the Russos' review the Spare Tire Carrier


Now available for vans, trucks and SUVs!

The 195125 is designed to accommodate Sprinter series and other cargo vans with rear-swinging doors. When the 195125 is hinged down, one door can be opened at a time at the rear of the van. This is not possible with the larger Spare Tire Carrier, the 195225-S.

The 195125 has a hitch receiver which can be used to tow up to 6,000 lbs., with a 200 lb. maximum tongue weight.

This Spare Tire Carrier accommodates up to 16.5 wheels.

195125
      Spare Tire Carrier
 
     For the assembly and operating instructions, click here.

Testimonial on the Spare Tire Carrier

  "While heading out of Colorado, we had a flat at the New Mexico border. AAA was contacted and the nearest tire was finally found in Albuquerque. When AAA arrived 6 hours later, the spare was not specialized size. It got us to a tire shop, but had to be replaced with the correct RV tire before we could resume our vacation.
  If I would have had the correct specialized spare tire with me, AAA could have had me on the road in 1 hour! Now, we will not be stranded on the roadside again due to a flat tire."
— D. Simpson, Fort Collins, CO

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