The 10 Best Spare Tire Mounts For Trailers

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This wiki has been updated 8 times since it was first published in January of 2019. Just as you do for your vehicle, you should also keep a spare tire on hand for your trailer any time you are towing it. If you are like most people, you'd rather not toss it in your truck bed or the back of your SUV, so that's where these mounts come in handy. They attach quickly to your trailer's frame and keep that extra wheel close, but conveniently out of the way when not needed. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best spare tire mount for trailers on Amazon.

10. Extreme Max Heavy-Duty

9. Attwood U-Bolt 11090-3

8. Extreme Max 3005.3732

7. Eaz-Lift 48474

6. Fulton Bolt-On

5. Bal Hide-A-Spare

4. Red Hound Auto

3. Tow Tuff TTF-08HD

2. MaxxHaul 70214

1. Extreme Max 3001.0064

Editor's Notes

February 01, 2019:

Spare tire mounts for your trailer are intended to do one thing, keep your wheel securely in place when not needed, so this was our foremost priority when selecting models. Anything that was potentially not strong enough to do that was immediately discounted. After that we wanted to include items that offered extra convenience, like the capability to be locked to prevent tire theft or the versatility to allow for horizontal and vertical mounting.

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Last updated on February 06, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

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