Looking for pictures of the original M1009 spare tire mount.

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Hi everyone.

I am new to this forum. I've had a M1009 for 3 weeks now. I've been using a lot of good information on here to get it up to speed. A project I would like to do one of the next few weekend is to fabricate a spare tire mount for the inside of the M1009 like how it was originally. It has none of the parts for it, so if anyone can send/post pictures of the hardware I would greatly appreciate it. I have found post talking about this, but I can't seem to find any pictures online.
 

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I need a spare tire carrier too, and have contemplated fabricating one, but hesitate because there must be a source at a reasonable cost out there somewhere, I have bought two parts vehicles and checked junk yards and all are missing the carrier. Someone who does fabrication could possibly manufacture and sell them.
 

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I will see if I can find my way to the local U-Pick yards this Thursday. I see them there with some frequency.
 

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Rick has several of everything. Good, saves me from going to the pick a part yard in the 900° weather.
 

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Why not use the diagram from the TM 9-2320-289-34P parts manual, figure 147? Amazing what you can find in the parts manuals. ;-)

Tire carrier.jpg
 

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From a junker I just picked up. Sorry for the bad quality but it's pouring rain out right now.The bracket that attaches to the cap hold down bolt on this one is mangled a little.
 

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Hi everyone.

I am new to this forum. I've had a M1009 for 3 weeks now. I've been using a lot of good information on here to get it up to speed. A project I would like to do one of the next few weekend is to fabricate a spare tire mount for the inside of the M1009 like how it was originally. It has none of the parts for it, so if anyone can send/post pictures of the hardware I would greatly appreciate it. I have found post talking about this, but I can't seem to find any pictures online.
http://www.steelsoldiers.com/showthread.php?14022-CUCV-M1009-External-spare-tire-mount


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hrbergeron

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Here's pictures of mine. The TM diagram is the most useful. Because I have a 33" on the spare I have to push the tire into the seat in order to close the tailgate.
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