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Spare tire fell off

While I was changing the rear brake lines, I noticed that the spare tire was missing...upon a closer look I noticed that the cable that suports the tire had corroded and snaped off. I wll probably buy a new cable mechanisim to reinstall a new spare tire...I was wondering if anyone has another idea for my spare....what a dumb system.....someone may have died, or been badly injured when this happened....GM should have recalled all vehicles that are using this system!

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Spare Protector Enterprises has an UnderVehicle Spare tire cover that will fix your problem.
for $49.95 - contact them at 248 880-1014

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The only thing I can recomend is get a swing away tire rack that mounts to the back of the blazer. you might be able to get one from a junk yard as they were stock on some Blazers.

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