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Oddboy

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is that not in center with the vehicle? couldn't that hypothetically cause balance issues?
 

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The rear-mounted tire carrier was always off-center towards the right on the Discovery, hence the left-side rear window dip.
 

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I really wish that carrier had existed when I bought my Voyager. Loads of jealousy right now!

EDIT: Have you noticed any issues with the blind spot monitoring? My Voyager carrier's pivot point looks to be slightly more outboard and regularly causes the BSM to shut down due to being obscured.
 

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I really wish that carrier had existed when I bought my Voyager. Loads of jealousy right now!

EDIT: Have you noticed any issues with the blind spot monitoring? My Voyager carrier's pivot point looks to be slightly more outboard and regularly causes the BSM to shut down due to being obscured.

My truck does not have blind spot monitoring. It does mess with the rear parking sensor by the mounting point 75% of the time. I wonder if there's a way to remove that sensor...
 

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No issues with BSM or back up sensors with the Rijidij carrier.

https://www.landroverworld.org/threads/rijidij-rear-tire-carrier.42043/#post-218473

I do like the latch system on terrafirma carrier though

I really wish that carrier had existed when I bought my Voyager. Loads of jealousy right now!

EDIT: Have you noticed any issues with the blind spot monitoring? My Voyager carrier's pivot point looks to be slightly more outboard and regularly causes the BSM to shut down due to being obscured.
 

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Serious question because I just don't know. Why do folks opt for Compmotives over Steelies? Compmotives look awesome but seem to be much more expensive. Am I missing something when it comes to Steelies? Do they tend to have issues?

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Serious question because I just don't know. Why do folks opt for Compmotives over Steelies? Compmotives look awesome but seem to be much more expensive. Am I missing something when it comes to Steelies? Do they tend to have issues?

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Weight. And rolling weight is worse than sprung weight.

Further, Tuffant lists the load rating of their steelies at around 2,200 lbs, which is about 600 lbs per wheel less than the Compos.
 

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