Patch kits and tire plugs are good to have at the ready whenever you ride. But when trouble rears its ugly head and tire damage ensues that’s beyond repair, you'll be glad you brought a Kawasaki Teryx spare tire and rim along for the ride. And the best way to stay prepared for both the known unknowns as well as the unknown unknowns when riding deep in the backwoods is with a Kawasaki Teryx spare tire mount. At Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we've got spare tire mounts for every year, trip style, and edition of the Kawasaki Teryx, including the four-door Teryx and the Teryx KRX 1000. Do you want a Kawasaki Teryx spare tire mount that attaches on the rear of your roll cage above the cargo bed? Or how about a hitch-mounted spare tire carrier that you can quickly hook up before long-distance rides, then easily detach and leave behind when you're tooling around your property close to home? Many riders want to carry a Kawasaki Teryx or Teryx 4 spare tire, but they don't want it to interfere with their storage box. Other riders wish to maintain their rearward visibility while carrying a spare tire, which means orienting it in a manner that doesn’t obstruct the back windscreen. But whichever camp you fall into, you're sure to find the right Kawasaki Teryx spare tire mount for your needs at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!
To make room for a Kawasaki Teryx spare tire mount, a number of riders opt to install bed lifts. Depending on the size of your tires, a 1-4" bed lift might be required to run an under-bed spare tire mount. Although you might be able to modify your spare tire mount to sit lower, if you've upgraded to larger tires or more a tire set with extremely aggressive tread patterns, you'll run the risk of rubbing a hole in the rear seat pan without a bed lift. Home-made or custom spare tire racks for the Kawasaki Teryx can be seen on the trails, however aftermarket spare tire mounts are equally effective and cost significantly less. So if you want a Kawasaki Teryx spare tire mount that is solid, non-obtrusive, and won't rattle or rub, the options available at Everything Kawasaki Offroad are the ticket!
To hold your Kawasaki Teryx spare wheel and tire, you might want a bracket or clamp that attaches to your rear headache rack like the Kawasaki Teryx spare tire carrier by Great Day. Products such as these allow you to mount your Kawasaki Teryx spare tire centrally on the machine, which keeps things balanced while cornering, side-hilling, or rock crawling. Alternatively, instead of using a dedicated Kawasaki Teryx spare tire rack, many riders choose to strap their spare tires atop of their roofs. Metal roofs are great for this, and tops with built-in or bolt-on roof racks are even better! Standard ratchet straps can work to secure spare tires onto your rig’s roof. But with a high-strength and low-stretch Y-style spare tire strap like the ones by like Assault Industries, you can ride with confidence knowing that you have a spare tire and rim to use in case of emergencies, but also a spare tire and rim setup that is securely attached to your side-by-side!
Kawasaki Teryx spare tire racks come in all shapes and sizes, with some being more functional, versatile, and convenient to use than others. Fold-down hitch-mounted Kawasaki Teryx spare tire holders, for example, are easily removable and allow for the usage of both the tailgate and the dump bed. Aside from fold-down spare tire mounts, hinged Kawasaki Teryx spare tire carriers are also great for those who wish to maintain tailgate functionality in order to load up dogs, hogs, logs, or anything else! Alternatively, you can also find bumper-style Kawasaki Teryx racks that will not only hold spare tires, but also things like coolers and fuel packs!
When venturing far from home, taking the proper precautions will keep you safe and sane when things don’t go according to plan. Firms like Hornet Outdoors supply rides with all sorts of emergency provisions, including Kawasaki Teryx 800 spare tire mounts, Kawasaki Teryx 4 spare tire carriers, and Kawasaki Teryx KRX spare tire brackets. If you crawl through rough terrain that is irregular and uneven, you’ll want a spare tire holder that doesn’t diminish your departure angle. And if you want to keep your rear receiver hitch open for things like trailers and pull-behind campers, a mount that fixes your spare tire to the pillar tubes / roll cage will keep your options as wide open as the trail ahead. Don’t feel like you have to make sacrifices to ride prudently and pick up the perfect Kawasaki Teryx spare tire mount for your requirements here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!