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    Quote Originally Posted by jasont0311 View Post
    Is LOD talking about a rear tire carrier?
    Not that I know of. I started this thread in their vendor section to get info on the bed rack.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Not that I know of. I started this thread in their vendor section to get info on the bed rack.


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    Sorry I misunderstood. But if your watching LOD, you need a rear tire carrier!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasont0311 View Post
    Sorry I misunderstood. But if your watching LOD, you need a rear tire carrier!
    No worries at all! It’s my fault...I starting talking about how big of a tire can fit underneath. I’m the king of derailing my own threads. 🥃


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Looking at the pic, I’m pretty sure it has a mechanical winch of some sort like underneath a pickup (if it doesn’t, it should).

    But I agree, you would have to empty a lot of the bed which sucks for sure.

    Speaking of which, anyone know if a 37 fits underneath the bed in the factory spare spot?


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    Just to circle back to this question. I watched two videos this week where people had 37” nitto trail grapplers under there. With nitto being one of the truer sized tires, it seems promising.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    Just to circle back to this question. I watched two videos this week where people had 37” nitto trail grapplers under there. With nitto being one of the truer sized tires, it seems promising.


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    I can confirm that 37" Nitto Ridge Grapplers will fit under the bed. I just had a lift and new tires put on by Evo and they put the spare in.

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    I’ve repeatedly talked myself
    Out of changing to a gladiator and this thread is killing me. =\

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