SRQ Fabrications Spare Tire Delete Kit

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You're not alone...I like the reinforcement option, just not a fan of the RC version.
I don’t have an issue with rc stuff I used their hood struts trailer hitch and shackle adapters on my bronco and have had their lifts on my super duty’s always like the value never any issues but that thing is kinda ugly so I’d like to see what else people come up with. Price is right tho lol


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no not me! id rather do this or something like it with my 37 on there. but thats just me i guess

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I just had this installed on mine yesterday, and it's a game changer.
 

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I just had this installed on mine yesterday, and it's a game changer.
How’s it look with the tire on? I’m afraid I’d see to much of it maybe if I painted it carb gray I would not notice it behind the 37s
 

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Does the delete cause the rear door to be adjusted for the weight change?
 

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How’s it look with the tire on? I’m afraid I’d see to much of it maybe if I painted it carb gray I would not notice it behind the 37s
Not to bad. My tire tracks cover it a bit.

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This kit was designed with our rear bumper in mind. While our bumper will work with a tire up to 37" in the stock location, we also will be offering dual swingouts for it. If you select that option, the spare tire moves to the swingout and you'll need a delete kit for the tailgate. The 3rd brake light and camera portion of the delete kit will then move to the swingout.
Will they be offset swing outs or are you planning on offering a centered version swing out for the tire as an option?
 

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My solution is to run an aftermarket wheel that is 10 pounds lighter than the OEM wheel. This solution will drop 10 pounds from the rear door. This should help relieve the strain on the hinges.
Agree!

I have been wondering how much he OEM wheels weigh but haven’t seen that published anywhere. Can you please refer me to data???
 

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Best looking kit out yet, just ordered!! Thanks for making something that can blend in well once PC’d to match my Bronco!
 

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I'm all about spare tire deletes. I'll be buying this soon.
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