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[updated:LAST EDITED ON 14-Mar-02 AT 09:08 PM (EST)]does anybody know where i can get an interior spare tire holder for an 85 bronco? i would be willing to trade my external carrier for an internal one
1985 Blue and White Bronco XLT, 351HO 4bbl, C6, NP208 ,9" 3.55 limited slip, Warn Premium Hubs, Quad Front Shocks, Dual Flowmaster 50's, BFG 32x11.5 ATko's
OK heres my opinion, I had an interior carrier...put on a exterior carrier....both looked like crap when the top was off...oh wait thats right not everyone takes that sucker off....I never put mine on. Heck throw a spare in the rear floor with a strap to hold it down, pull the top and ride. LOL Whit
Cut me and I'll bleed FORD BLUE!!!
I have both installed. To me without the rear carrier it just ain't a Bronco. Mine came with the interior, but it had the outter one previous to this. So I added the outter and decided to keep both.
When you mount the interior carrier, be sure to put it on the drivers side so that it doesn't obstruct your view.
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