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Should the spare be loose is the back?

Has any 2013 overlands noticed that the spare tire is loose and kinda clunks around when taking off? Is that normal?
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:31 PM
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Re: Should the spare be loose is the back?

No, the spare should be secured to the body with this:
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Re: Should the spare be loose is the back?

Don't have one of those. I guess just add it to the list. it is almost getting laughable.
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Re: Should the spare be loose is the back?

Unf'ing believable!
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