HOW TO INSTALL

YOUR

FLOOR MOUNTED SPARE WHEEL HOLDER

If you have found yourself here, you have most likely purchased one of our awesome kits and here you will find some extra info to help you with putting it together.

If you haven’t got yourself a kit yet, check out the link below.

We have heaps of other great 4wd and camping kits available in the iBUILT KITS SHOP so be sure to check them out.

Thank you for purchasing one of our awesome kits. No matter your skill level, following the included instructions will easily step you through the process from preparation to assembly, ensuring you end up producing nothing but a top quality professional product.

If you need a little more guidance in other forms, you have come to the right place. Below you will find some extra info that may assist you in putting your kit together. Please feel free to add a comment at the end with any questions or tips that may help others out in the same boat.

 

If you are after a digital copy of the assembly instructions please click the link below.

‘Ratchet Floor spare wheel mount INSTRUCTIONS.pdf’

Floor Spare wheel mount plans and install instructions for ute tray or trailer

If you purchased the Floor mount spare wheel holder with the locking rod, please see the correct assembly instructions using the link below.

‘Floor spare wheel mount with rod INSTRUCTIONS.pdf’

Spare wheel mount plans and install instructions

‘HOW TO’ INSTALLATION BUILD VIDEO

ASSEMBLED IMAGES

spare wheel mount for 4wd 4x4 custom ute tray or trailer

INSTALL PHOTOS

Sorry your to quick!!!

Install images and video coming soon.

Make sure you read the instructions for a clear run down on how to install correctly.

TROY’S TIPS

Okay, so I’ve put together a fair few of these kits myself and have learnt from my mistakes, that’s why I have put together the written instructions included with your parts. If you follow those instructions carefully, you will end up with a perfect finished product, but here is a few extra pointers that will help you along the way.

Troy Ruston owner of iBuilt Kits

     TROY RUSTON     Owner/Engineer/DIY Fabricator

  • Protect your worksurface and parts from scratches by laying a piece of fabric, cardboard or carpet down where you will be working.
  • Once you have removed the protective film from your parts, removing sticky residue can easily be done using acetone or a product called ‘De-solv-it Multi purpose cleaner‘ which can be purchased from Bunnings, this stuff works magic, you will thank me later.
  • If you plan on painting or powder coating your parts, make sure you give them a once over with 180-240 grit sand paper, I recommend painting components individually before assembly for best results. Smoothing sharp edges slightly will make sure you get best paint adhesion and impact resistance.
  • Once you have worked out where you want to mount your parts, double check your positions to ensure everything will fit without collisions or getting in the way.
  • Check where you plan to drill holes to make sure there is sufficient room for fasteners, and you wont be drilling through anything important on the other side.
  • For care of raw alloy parts, I get best results by washing as you would the rest of your vehicle with a non corrosive detergent, but avoid abrasive brushes or sponges. For that show like finish I like to use stainless steel cleaning wipes like these ‘Steel Kleen Stainless Wipes‘ after I have dried the car.
  • These kits need little to no maintenance, simply checking for loose fasteners and adjusting any latches is sufficient.

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