EVDRIVER wrote:Would it cost less without the cardboard option?
You like that? That cardboard is the only thing holding it on!
essaunders wrote:which tire/wheel are you showing in those pictures? Looks like a nice option.
I suspect this would conflict with a trailer hitch, right?
derkraut wrote:Hey Tony; I would definitely be interested in the mounting kit. I have the spare tire/wheel/jack/tools (from an Altima). Also, I am a "gearhead", and could mount it myself. All I need is the kit.
padamson1 wrote: I don't think $300-400 is too outrageous. It's basically an insurance investment. Each person will have a different opinion, but I'd pay $250 in a heartbeat.
garygid wrote:As part of your modification, do you modify the bottom "air-flow under-pan", cutting out a circular piece that attaches to the wheel support bracket?
Or, is handling the under-side air-flow left up to the user?
Will the OEM size wheel (rim and inflated tire) fit?
Do you need to move part of the Parking Brake actuator assembly?
How long do you need the car to "install" the "Spare Tire Lift"?
How many holes do you need to drill in the cargo-space floor in order to mount the lift?
Does it crank up and down via a new hole roughly in the center of the cargo space floor
Would access to the crank-hole be covered by the center partition of Nissan's Cargo Carrier?
Is there a motorized version of the lift, so that access to a crank is not necessary?
Without wheel ramps, can the spare be lowered, detached, and the spare dragged out from under the car?
garygid wrote:Thanks Tony.
Nice place for the crank!
If a REAR tire goes FLAT, might one need to jack up the
"flat" side before one could get the spare out?