Roadmaster Spare Tire Carrier

Catalog Item # 84068

Spare yourself!

Technical Specifications

65 lbs.

by John – November 26, 2015
Has this product been designed and certified by an engineer to ensure that it will not fatigue and crack after several years of use?? It looks like an excellent product and I will purchase one if it is certified.
No, this spare tire carrier does have any certifications by an independent party. However,In the RV towing products industry, testing standards are entirely self-imposed — there are no federal regulations in place, whatsoever. ROADMASTER’s standards — “quality to ensure reliability; reliability to ensure safety” — are the highest in the industry. ROADMASTER uses computerized testing call "FEA"(Finite Elemental Analysis) which is the same method NASA, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, GM and numerous other industries use for detailed testing of new designs. ROADMASTER was the first towing products manufacturer to invest in the software and technology to ensure integrity of their products to offer the safest products possible for your family.
by Camping World – December 08, 2015
by BIll – September 17, 2015
Yes.
by Camping World – September 30, 2015
by Anonymous – September 15, 2015
My spare tire was stolen from my under-the-chassis carrier. Does this carrier have any mechanism for locking the spare onto the carrier or does it have any kind of facility (holes for a cable lock or locking lug nuts) that would allow me to add a lock?
No, there is no additional locking feature on this unit. However, at the bottom of the tire carrier is a plate with open holes on either side of the 2" square receiver. These are called "Safety Cable Tabs" by the manufacturer which are for safety cable attachment when towing a vehicle. You can use either or both of this holes for a locking cable if not towing a vehicle to help secure your tire. Assembly & Operating Instructions.
by Camping World – September 15, 2015

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