Olympic 4X4 Products Tire Swing


Olympic 4X4 Products Tire Swing For 76-06 Jeep CJ-5, CJ-7, Wrangler YJ, TJ & Unlimited with Rock Rear Bumper.

One thing that every Jeep owner knows is that it is important to have at least one spare tire at all times. It doesn’t matter if you go off road a lot or if you never leave the asphalt, you need to have a spare tire. Nothing is more embarrassing than sitting on the side of the road waiting for help when you have a flat tire. It can also be dangerous, because it’s sometimes hard to get all the way out of traffic and find a spot where you can easily and safely check your tire.


If you go off road a lot, then you can easily run into a flat tire. Sharp rocks or even sticks can punch holes in a tire, leaving you stranded in the woods or mountains. Some of the most perfect places for going off road do not have cell phone coverage, so you can end up having to hike miles to find help. Other times you might be able to call for help but will have to wait for hours before any kind of help arrives.

It’s better to always have an extra tire with you. The Olympic 4X4 products tire swing for 76-06 Jeep CJ-5, CJ-7, Wrangler YJ, TJ & Unlimited with rock rear bumper is perfect for holding that extra tire. The 700 will easily bolt onto 500 series rock rear bumpers. You can easily bolt the 701 onto the 153 A/T Slider Rear Bumper.

You can carry a 40″ tire. It is recommended to carry at most a 33×12.50 because of the lightweight tailgates on most Jeeps. You’ll have to remove the tire carrier from the Wrangler tailgate and then bolt it onto the Tire Swing. Or you can install the Olympic 707 Tire Mount. If you want to carry more, then you have the option of using the Olympic 904 or 905 Sierra Rack. This is a clean design that is in one piece with heavy wall 2 1/2″ round steel tubing.

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Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

4 comments

  1. Don’t count on cell phone coverage for anything when you get off road, epecially in the mountains. I had a spare, and plenty of gas but a nasty rock left a quarter size hole in my oil pan. I’m sure I don’t even have to tell you the rest of the story. I had to hike almost 3 miles before I had phone coverage. What was supposed to be an awesome day, turned into a short and very crappy morning that ended with a hike that I wasn’t prepared for. I guess that’s why they call them accidents!

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  2. That’s not exactly the first image that popped into my mind when I saw ‘tire swing’. I’ve only been a Jeep owner for 6 weeks and as a newbie I’m learning that Jeeps and the people who drive them off road have a language all their own. My Wrangler TJ is stock right now but I’ve started a list of mods I want to make. I don’t have a garage so they’ll have to wait for the snow to melt and the temperature to get into the 50’s. I went off road several times with a buddy of mine last summer and caught the ‘bug’.

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  3. Well Conrad, I’ve been Jeeping for most of the past 25 years and danged if I didn’t have the same thought when I read the headlines. I doubt anyone could consider me a newbie. Most likely at my age they would call it senility.

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  4. Having a tire swing installed was probably one of the smartest things I’ve done. I tend to drive some pretty rough terrain including rocks, timber and creek beds. Having that spare handy without taking up interior space has been a godsend more than once. Do not underestimate the value of this investment.

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