The new Elite SeriesTire Carrier uses a chassis-mounted pivot and has a tailgate-synchronized swing-out design. It can be easily opened with one hand, and takes the weight off of the tailgate. Plus, the unique anti-vibration design keeps things quiet on and off the trail.
I bought the Warn Elite Series bumpers and the Tire Carrier to complete my Jeep. The swing are is rock solid! No rattles or squeaks. It swings with the Jeep tailgate very smoothly. This is what should come stock on a JKU.
I'm putting a 38" tire with a heavy forged wheel, is there anything additional that i will need with this, and is there any way to mount it slanted when i have the slant top on
Danny from Houston, Tx on
The Warn Elite Series Tire Carrier WAR89800 is capable of carrying a 40" tire with any type of wheel. Your combination will work with this unit. The carrier can only be mounted vertically. Thank you.
from Houston, Tx on
This isn't really related to this bumper, but does anyone know the wheels on the jeep in the example pictures?? They look awesome and I'd love to know. THanks in advance.
CataW from Atl, GA on
Thanks for the inquiry CataW, the Warn Elite Series Tire Carrier part # WAR89800 it looks like an ATX "ledge wheel IE part # W/PAX18878050600.
from Atl, GA on
Hawaii requires me to have a third brake light. Can you recommend a third brake light relocation bracket or set (such as RUG11546.23)- I'm trying to find something that will be compatible with this product. Also, do I need to buy any other accessories besides the Warn Bumper? Thanks!
Gordon from Honolulu, HI on
The carrier is set up to relocate the factory 3rd brake light. The only other accessory would be the Hi-Lift jack mount. Part number WAR 90030
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