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New Billet Spare Tire Carrier from MachineTrix

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Glendale, AZ - Machine Trix is proud to introduce their Billet Spare Tire Carrier system. It is mounted to 1.5" or 1.75" tubing in any direction. This is a complete bolt-on system with no welding required. The T-Handle that secures the spare also serves as a lug wrench and comes with handle grips.

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