|06-03-2009 11:19 AM|
No. We don't sell direct, so all the pricing goes through one of our vendors.
|06-02-2009 07:30 PM|
|sting2004||Thanks for everyones input|
|06-02-2009 07:29 PM|
|sting2004||Any chance for a discount? Geoff@bestop|
|06-02-2009 05:22 PM|
|06-02-2009 05:03 PM|
That may be just a part of the problem.
|06-02-2009 01:17 PM|
|jdhallissey||No Geoff WE EAT OUR WHEATIES then get the crane|
|06-02-2009 12:55 PM|
It's one of our most popular accessory products. A 33" tire will work perfectly on it, and you should be happy. I'd say more, but Timberman did a nice review, and you'll trust his word more than mine
When you move up to those 52 inch tires, you might need some reinforcing. What do those guys do when they get a flat? Rent a crane?
Geoff @ Bestop
|06-01-2009 12:46 PM|
if you are thinking of the High Rock Oversize tire carrier; then that is what I have and absolutely love it! Beefy as all get-out and the installation wasn't too difficult..
It attaches to existing hardware on the tailgate, but doesn't actually place any load on the tail gate itself.. It actually mounts to the body on the lower portion and the roll bar on the upper portion..
Here is the link: Oversize Tire Carrier - Tops and Accessories for Jeep & GM, Ford, Dodge Trucks by Bestop
Worth every penny in my opinion..
|06-01-2009 12:02 AM|
Are you talking about the stock-like one that is just bigger and attaches to the tailgate?
If so you may still have some problems if you bounce around alot, tires are heavy and those doors can't take a whole lot of stress.
|05-31-2009 08:57 AM|
Is it junk?
I was thinking of buying a Best top brand tire carrier, the kind that swings with the tailgate and wanted some input. I don't want to spend the money on it if it is still going to bend my tailgate with a 33/12.50/15 on it. I like the design though.