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I have a 2004 Tundra with an All Pro Rack and I need to mount a spare tire in the bed. Does anyone have a ideas of where to purchase one or have any design ideas that are appeasing to the eye and functional. Please include any pics that you may have. Thanks in advance for your help.
 

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Still going strong....

It's nice to have it on the Toyota rail system. When we close on my house, the toolbox is going in the garage and I'm sliding the tire carrier all the way forward towards the cab. The mounting plate sits a little low so when you bolt the tire down the rubber presses against the carrier, keeping it from wobbling.
 

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'07-20 sdhq built in bed chase rack - $800

Located in Phoenix, AZ. Local pickups only.

'07-20 TOYOTA TUNDRA SDHQ BUILT IN BED CHASE RACK. This is not a put together, production tire rack, it is a 100% welded 1 off tire rack. Originally priced at $2000 dollars when I bought it. No trades

Features:
- Mounts directly to the bed using factory hardware
- Fits two 35x12.5 or I think 37x12.5-inch tires
- Two tire straps
- Comes with two 5 gallon gas tanks
- Two gas can straps
- Pro eagle jack and jack mount
 

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'07-20 sdhq built in bed chase rack - $800

Located in Phoenix, AZ. Local pickups only.

'07-20 TOYOTA TUNDRA SDHQ BUILT IN BED CHASE RACK. This is not a put together, production tire rack, it is a 100% welded 1 off tire rack. Originally priced at $2000 dollars when I bought it. No trades

Features:
  • Mounts directly to the bed using factory hardware
  • Fits two 35x12.5 or I think 37x12.5-inch tires
  • Two tire straps
  • Comes with two 5 gallon gas tanks
  • Two gas can straps
  • Pro eagle jack and jack mount
i know its been a while but do you still have it or have you sold it?
 

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I have 35s on my truck so I’m pretty sure it won’t fit underneath in the regular spot. I want a tailgate spare tire mount but it’s difficult to find any companies that make them for Tundras. Everyone and they’re brother makes them for jeeps!!! I thought about asking someone to fab one up for me out of steel but not sure how it would look? Powder coated is a must and nice clean welds. Don’t want that tire bouncing past me on the 10 taking out cars!!!
 

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I have 35s on my truck so I’m pretty sure it won’t fit underneath in the regular spot. I want a tailgate spare tire mount but it’s difficult to find any companies that make them for Tundras. Everyone and they’re brother makes them for jeeps!!! I thought about asking someone to fab one up for me out of steel but not sure how it would look? Powder coated is a must and nice clean welds. Don’t want that tire bouncing past me on the 10 taking out cars!!!
Just fab one up like I did. Stick welder and a grinder, sand blast it and paint. Took me two weekends with sched 40 pipe and a trip to the hardware store.
 
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Really? That’s bad ass you did it on your own! Do you have any photos? I’d like to check it out?
I’ve never welded before so instead of looking like a bunch of dimes, mine would look like a bunch of rocks I’m afraid. I thought about asking around at some weld shops if anyone does side work?
 

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Really? That’s bad ass you did it on your own! Do you have any photos? I’d like to check it out?
I’ve never welded before so instead of looking like a bunch of dimes, mine would look like a bunch of rocks I’m afraid. I thought about asking around at some weld shops if anyone does side work?
It's just structural, so you don't have to be a good welder if you're a good grinder. Didn't really take many photos unfortunately, but I could snap a few of it now if you're interested.
 
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