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Old 10-22-2013, 11:59 PM   #11
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Preliminary install (still got to put in the 4 bolts to finish the install) but I received the VERY well packaged BAL Hide a Spare from Makarios RV.

Unpackaged the unit.

Slid it under the back of the camper.

Measured and Clamped the pivoting end.

Clamped the sliding end.

Placed the spare tire on the rack and verified the fit.

Done. Took an hour.

I need to get 4-5/16 in bolts to finish the install (didn't come with the kit). I am very impressed with the product, but it is a special order and take a little bit of time to get it. Recommended Mod... IMO, of course.
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