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    Default What is this rack and where can I get it?



    I've been searching "hitch tire rack", "wheel carrier" and pretty much every combination I can think of and haven't found what that hitch is called and where to get it.

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    would this work


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    Where to buy? What is that called cause I'm either retarded or I'm searching for the wrong product.

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    Tire tail dude.

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    I thought Denis on the suby board made those ? Go to any welding shop and get one made. I'll see if I can find something like that from my suppliers

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    Yeah I dont think there is a supplier, people just have them fabbed to spec I assume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomHer0 View Post
    Tire tail dude.
    TIRE TAIL

    fawk, thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by NoLimits Autoparts View Post
    I thought Denis on the suby board made those ? Go to any welding shop and get one made. I'll see if I can find something like that from my suppliers
    Cool, thanks Mike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93GTCANADA View Post
    Status - "SOLD"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93GTCANADA View Post
    Not the same thing dude. Those require a 2 inch hitch and are quite heavy to begin with.
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    doh. my bad.

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    if there were enough people wanting these it'd be worthwhile making a bunch at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jethro View Post
    if there were enough people wanting these it'd be worthwhile making a bunch at a time.
    If my garage would not be full of fucking crap that will go in the shed once I get it, I could have made a few. This is no rocket surgery. about 30-50$ in materials and 1 hour of time each.
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    I recall you having one Pete. Do I recall correctly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomHer0 View Post
    I recall you having one Pete. Do I recall correctly?
    I had one at some point, sold a long time ago.

    Dave Taira(white with blue stripe miata) has one too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    If my garage would not be full of fucking crap that will go in the shed once I get it, I could have made a few. This is no rocket surgery. about 30-50$ in materials and 1 hour of time each.
    that's what I was thinking...(the making part, not the crap part).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    I had one at some point, sold a long time ago.

    Dave Taira(white with blue stripe miata) has one too.
    I wasnt sure I trusted that thing, you have to be really confident in your welding/welder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomHer0 View Post
    I wasnt sure I trusted that thing, you have to be really confident in your welding/welder.
    The one and only time i've seen something happen with those is when some guy in the US had 6 tires on with a ghetto setup and the subframe ripped out when he hit a large bump.

    I have no problem trusting them at all but personally, I prefer the small 4ftx4ft trailer option. You can also stuff your tools, jack, pop-up tent and suck on there and go.
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    Yeah I prefer that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    I have no problem trusting them at all but personally, I prefer the small 4ftx4ft trailer option. You can also stuff your tools, jack, pop-up tent and suck on there and go.
    I'm not familiar with trailer registration, etc... do you need a plate for something that small?

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