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Old 09-07-2014, 11:50:14 AM
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I purchased a spare tire cover for spare mounted on front of my enclosed cargo trailer. Stopped 80 miles from home 3/4 from where show was being held cover was missing. wind got at it and 15 bucks gone. I didn't like the cover when I took it out of box was cheap with rubber bungee sown in . I want to cut bottom of plastic barrel that will slip over spare paint it black and will have good cover cheap. Can't find barrel big enough. Any ideas on a cover ?


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Try the local farm and ranch supply. They might have a horse feed bowl small enough. Actually, some of the Rubbermaid ones are pretty big and might work.
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My wife's Jeep had a nice one that zipped around tire the nice ones you see on an RV Should have kept it when we traded but probably wouldn't have fit bet they are not cheap !


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Have a auto junk yard around, you might do a walk in, to see if anything might fit your need cheaply.
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