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Should you cover your spare tire on a Jeep?

Yes, you should cover your spare tire on a Jeep. Not only does it protect the tire from the elements, but it also prevents theft. Many people choose to store their spare tire in the trunk of their car, but this can be a challenge if you have a lot of luggage or other items in there. By simply covering the spare tire, you can keep it safe and dry until you need it.

 

What material is best for Jeep spare tire covers?

Vinyl is a great choice for tire covers because it is weather resistant and durable. It also doesn't fade in the sun, so your tire cover will look great for years to come.

 

Are wheel covers worth it?

Yes, wheel covers are worth it. They can help keep your car looking new by protecting the wheels from dirt, rocks, and other debris. They can also help keep your car cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Wheel covers are a great way to protect your investment and prolong the life of your car's wheels.

 

How do you put on a jeep tire cover?

There are a few ways to put on a jeep tire cover. One way is to use the jeep's spare tire as a lifting platform. Another way is to place the jeep on jack stands and use a creeper to slide under the car. The third way is to use a ramp or wheel chock to elevate one end of the jeep so that the tire cover can be slipped over the wheel.

 

What size tire cover fits a Jeep Wrangler?

A Jeep Wrangler tire cover typically comes in sizes of 23 or 24 inches.

 

How do you remove a jeep tire cover?

There are a few ways to remove a Jeep tire cover. One way is to use a pry bar or screwdriver to wedge between the tire cover and the tire and then pull. Another way is to use a strap wrench. The strap wrench wraps around the tire and grabs onto the cover. The last way is to use a pair of Vise-Grips or locking pliers. Place the jaws of the pliers around the edge of the tire cover and twist until it comes off.

 

Protect your tires through all the elements and the mess of off-roading with one of our Jeep Wrangler tire covers. Every serious off-roading enthusiast has had the unfortunate experience of getting a flat on the trail. And since tow trucks don't travel off road, it is up to us to fix it. A Jeep Wrangler tire cover is probably the most important accessory every Jeep Wrangler owner should take with them when they venture off the beaten path. Before each big trip, drivers should check their backup tire to make certain it is properly inflated. It is also always a good idea to protect these lifesavers with fitted Jeep Wrangler tire covers that guard them from inclement weather and flying road debris.

We offer an impressive selection of Bestop Jeep spare tire covers in a variety of colors and sizes. No matter what color or style appeals to you most, you can get a Jeep tire cover that will make your rig look good while protecting your tire at the same time. The best thing is good solid Jeep Wrangler tire covers are affordable and still hold up well over time. Most of our covers are made from a UV resistant vinyl material and they will keep out water and moisture while also serving as a tough shield against rocks and other debris.

The covers are designed to slip on and off your tire with ease, but offer a good solid hold that you can count on to stay on even at high speeds. When you have high quality Jeep Wrangler tires that you need to keep in good shape, one of these covers is one of the best investments you can make. Also consider getting one of our Jeep Wrangler spare tire carrier systems if you don’t yet have one. With one you’ll always have your spare right where you need it. You can even get the spare carriers with built-in locks or other security measures to help you avoid losing a tire to someone walking by that sees an opportunity. A good set of Jeep Wrangler tires are a prerequisite for any sort of off-road driving. Make sure that you have a cover to protect that spare so it doesn’t wear out and age prematurely. That way, when you do finally need the spare it’s still in good shape and will hold up well while you use it. Invest in a cover today and protect your tire effectively right now.

 

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