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Off Camber Fabrications by MBRP Spare Tire Bracket Kit (97-06 Jeep Wrangler TJ)

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    • Spare Tire Bracket
    • Heavy Gauge Steel
    • Laser Cut
    • MIG Welded for Added Strength
    • Black Power Coat Finish
    • Bolt-On Installation
    • Designed for Heavier, Oversized Spare Tires
    • Replaces Factory Spare Tire Mount
    • Accommodates Up to 35 Inch Spares
    • Heavy Duty, Pressed-In Wheel Studs
    • Comes with Bracket to Reposition the Third Brake Light Above the Spare Tire
    • All Mounting Hardware Included
    • 1 Year Warranty on the Finish3 Year Warranty on Parts
    • Designed for 1997 - 2006 Wrangler TJs

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    I'm Ryan from extremeterrain.com, and this is my review and installation of the Off Camber Fabrications by MBRP Spare Tire Bracket Kit, fitting all 1997 to 2006 TJs. Today we're gonna talk through the installation of this kit which is a very simple one out of three wrenches. This is designed to bolt directly on to your TJ in under an hour. But we'll talk more about the install in just a second. We're also gonna talk through the construction and a few of the features of this bracket.This is for those of you who wanna be able to run a 35-inch tire in the factory spare tire mount location. You may know that if you try to mount a 35 on your factory location on the tailgate, you will have a clearance issue between your bumper and your tire which won't allow you to properly close the tailgate. What this bracket does is move the mounting location up and out a little bit which will allow you to mount a wheel and tire that is wider with less backspacing and is also larger. This kit also comes with a couple of brackets to move your third brake light up over that new larger spare tire.Now, mounting a large, heavy spare in the factory location does have a couple of different issues. This one will fix your physical space issue. You won't have the clearance issue with your bumper anymore and you will be able to mount, again, a wide spare that has a low backspacing wheel. However, this is not addressing the weight issue of that larger spare. You still have a lot of weight on your factory tailgate hinges and you still have a lot of weight on your factory spare tire mount which isn't designed to carry more than your factory spare. So those weight issues are still present. In fact, by using a bracket like this which pushes everything away from the mounting point of that factory spare, you're actually causing some additional leverage which can make the issues caused by the additional weight even worse.So I would recommend this if you need a fairly inexpensive short-term fix to be able to still have a full-size spare on your TJ. However, for a long-term solution, I would recommend either going with a bumper-mounted tire carrier or a tub-mounted tire carrier that changes the factory tailgate hinges and gives you a much beefier mount.Overall, this is a really well-built bracket. This is going to be a heavy gauge steel that is laser cut and MIG welded. It comes with all of the hardware that you need to get it bolted up, as we mentioned before, not just the bracket but also these brackets which allow you to reposition your third brake light so it's still visible. This does come with the heavy gauge studs already pressed into it making install very easy. And, it will bolt directly on to your Jeep. So it is a very well-built piece. However, no matter how well-built this is, it still is going to cause the same issues that I mentioned before by creating additional leverage and not taking care of the additional weight of a big, heavy spare.To get this installed on your Jeep is a very simple one out of three wrench installation in under an hour. All you need to do is remove your factory spare tire, then you can unbolt your factory third brake light and install these two brackets which will raise that third brake light so it can be visible over a 35-inch tire. Finally, you'll install your spare tire bracket on your factory spare tire bracket using the factory lugs and lug nuts, and then install your new larger spare tire on your new bracket using the included hardware. Again, under an hour, just some traditional hand tools, very easy bolt-on installation.I would only recommend this bracket for short-term use, so I think that the $40 price tag is a fair one. If you do need to run a full-size spare, if you really feel like you have to have a full-size spare but you don't have the budget for a tub-mounted or a bumper-mounted tire carrier just yet, this is going to be a fairly inexpensive and well-built solution in the meantime. Again, I would not recommend running this for an extended period of time and this is not going to be a $40 solution that takes place of a $200, $300, $400, or $500 bumper tire carrier combination or a tub-mounted tire carrier.If you're looking for an inexpensive, well-built, and easy to install short-term solution to allow you to run a larger, heavier 35-inch spare tire in the factory spare tire mounting location on your TJ, this is going to be an excellent option for you. However, it's important to remember that this is not a permanent fix. This is a short-term solution. That's my review of the Off Camber Fabrications by MBRP Spare Tire Bracket Kit, fitting all 1997 to 2006 TJs that you can find right here at extremeterrain.com.

    Specs. The factory spare tire carrier on your TJ is only designed to hold a stock size wheel and tire combo. A bigger wheel is going to be deeper than a stock rim, and a chunky off-road tire is going to be a lot heavier than the factory rubber. Needless to say, your stock spare tire mount won't be able to accommodate a bigger spare. MBRP's Off Camber Fabrications spare tire relocation bracket is designed to fit a deeper wheel, and it has a fully welded steel construction to handle the extra weight.

    Construction. This spare tire relocation bracket is made from laser-cut, heavy gauge steel, and it's MIG welded to give it the strength to handle a bigger wheel and tire combination. Plus, this bracket comes with an additional steel bracket to relocate the third brake light above the tire.

    Application. Fits any 1997 - 2006 Wrangler TJ with a rear spare tire mount.

    Fitment: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Details

    MPN# 131042

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Spare Tire Bracket
    • (1) Third Brake Light Bracket
    • Hardware
    Tech Specs
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        5 Top Rated Questions

        Will this work permanently if a 31" tire with 15 inch rim is hanging on it?

        • You would be able to run a 31" tire on this Off Camber Fabrications by MBRP Spare Tire Bracket Kit, but it would not be needed for a 31 inch tire. The reason this is a short term fix for larger tires is due to the amount of strain a heavier tire puts on the factory hinges.

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        Is this available in a 5x5.5 lug pattern?

        • This is not available in a 5x5.5 lug pattern.

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        Is it possible to get this to be able to fit a 5 x 5 bolt pattern I’m running JK wheels on my TJ and I want to be able to use this instead of having to go with spacer

        • As this is designed to accommodate the TJ bolt pattern you would need an adapter for the 5x5 JK bolt pattern. 

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        Can I get this in a 4.5" factory bolt pattern to attach to existing bracket with a 5" bolt pattern for the spare?

        • The Off Camber Fabrications by MBRP Spare Tire Bracket Kit is designed to accept OEM 4.5x5 lug pattern wheels. Any bracket can be added that bolts to a 4.5x5 lug pattern, however this will move the wheel further past the tailgate.

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        Does the tire rest up against the spare tire bumpers that are attached to the tailgate? This would be for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler TJ. Thank you

        • Hello, depending on what size wheels and tires you have it may or may not rest on the bumpers. Since this bracket adds some distance the tire should be close but not touching.

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          Ratings Summary

          4.6 out of 5 overall rating from 29 customers

          Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

          Installation Cost: 0-$100





          • December 04, 2019

            4 2003 Wrangler - DimitriP Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Almost perfect!

            Everything is pretty straight forward, and all the necessary hardware is included. I liked this item because it included a spacer for the third brake light. Installing the spacer was a breeze. When it came time to install the bracket for the tire itself, the wholes were drilled to an a fraction of a milimiter off. I’m going to bore the holes out tomorrow, and then touch them up again with some black paint. It should be easy enough to do, but just a heartbreak when I was ready to be done with this project today.

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          • March 09, 2019

            3 1999 Wrangler - DavidP Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            3rd break light

            The tire mount itself works as described but installing the extension for the 3rd brake light what is awkward to say the least. I would assume that’s why no instructions were included for that piece of the installation

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          • February 16, 2019

            4 2003 Rubicon - JamesS Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Heavy duty

            The bracket worked great for raising up the tire. It’s heavy duty and you get some brackets to raise the 3rd light as well.

            Helpful (3)
          • February 07, 2019

            5 2004 Rubicon - DaveG

            Bigger tires

            Works great,took about an hour to install and allow’s clearance for new “33”s.

            Helpful (3)
          • November 24, 2018

            5 2007 Wrangler - TonyB Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great product

            Very easy to install, in about 15 minutes.. Made well and very sturdy.

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          • October 21, 2018

            5 1997 Wrangler - Carl Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Did the job

            Very simple yet very effective. I can run 285/75/R16s with any bumper with no issues now. My only concern is it allows the spare to move more due to how far is moved out, but it seems durable enough to withstand it. Would recommend

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          • October 02, 2018

            5 1998 Wrangler - LelandS Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great fit

            This item worked out great. Glad I ordered it. Just what my need for my Jeep and extending my spare tire

            Helpful (4)
          • August 11, 2018

            5 2004 Wrangler - JimW Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Mbrp

            Works very well fits 33/12.50 with no problems with aftermarket bumper

            Helpful (4)
          • June 23, 2018

            5 2004 Wrangler Unlimited - JohnK Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            98 TJ Spare tire

            Works great! Pushes tire out and up away from your bumper. Used it to fit a 35x12.5x15 tire on my 98 TJ.

            Helpful (6)
          • November 04, 2017

            5 2004 Wrangler - JohnF Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Spare wheel bracket

            This bracket is fantastic, very easy to fit, only took me 10 minutes. It cost me £55 and I got it 8-9 days after ordering it, and here in the UK the same thing cost's £99. So well worth the money..

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          • September 21, 2017

            1 2004 Wrangler - KerryM Installation Cost: 0-$100

            Spare tire mount extension

            Holes to mount to factory studs are to small. Unable to use. Waste of money.

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          • September 13, 2017

            4 2005 Wrangler - JoseC Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Mbrp spare tire bracket.

            I like but 33s in the back too much to the passenger side eventually probably suspention in the pass.side will suffer.

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          • September 11, 2017

            5 2004 Wrangler - ChristopherP Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great Product

            Bracket fit perfect and looks great. Would highly recommend!

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          • August 28, 2017

            5 2002 Wrangler - ChristopherP Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Off camber

            Easy peezy install. Needs wheel adapter so I can mount JK wheel on the off camber on my TJ though.

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          • August 24, 2017

            4 1997 Wrangler - GilA Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            A little elbow grease but works

            The bracket itself works and serves it's purpose. However, the nuts were screwed onto the bolts wrong and required quite a bit of muscle to remove. After i went and bought all new bolts and nuts, i was able to install in no time. Tire fits perfect and 3rs brake light was up out of the way and functional. It has a little slack in its sturdiness, but my Jeep is 21 years old and won't see any off roading anymore so it should last. Overall I'm happy with it.

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          • August 21, 2017

            4 2005 Wrangler Unlimited - RottenBanana Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Spare tire kit

            This kit is nice and affordable. Took very little time to install. For a short time use this kit is absolutely perfect. The only note is that though the 3rd brake light gets moved up to be visible with up to a 35 inch spare mounted, it is just barely visible and can still get ya pulled over by a cop having a bad day. This is why I rated it 4 out of 5, I like everything about it but the brake light needs about a half inch more.

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          • June 30, 2017

            5 2005 Wrangler - JoseC Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Mbrp spare tire bracket.

            The part it's easy to install very good for the price,surprise me I put a 33x12.50r15 on it, not vibrations, and it's very solid. The only it's the tire it's no centered, but is cause factory bracket.

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          • June 19, 2017

            5 1998 Wrangler - MattL

            Easy to install. Fits perfectly.

            Great item. It even comes with brackets to relocated the brake light.

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          • May 31, 2017

            5 2004 Rubicon - StevenC Installation Time: Afternoon

            Outstanding

            Such a great experience, fast shipping and great product!!!

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          • May 16, 2017

            5 2002 Wrangler - WaltH Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Worked perfect. Would buy again

            Awesome fix for the price. Worked perfect. Would buy again.

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