The Premium OEM Upgraded Quality Spare Tire Tool features corrosion resistant automotive grade steel tubing instead of soil design that is more light-weight and durable, a convenient carry case and a strong construction.
The following spare tire tools are compatible with the following reference numbers 22925281, 22925285, 22969377, 22969370, 20782704, 20782706, 20782708, 23432366, 23432339, 15854614, 15043672.
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Questions & Answers
Do you know if this method will work for a Dodge Ram 1500 pickup ?
There is only one type of exhaust system that fits Dodge Rams.
Do you think this will fit my 01 2500 suburban?
If it fits your 01 2500 suburban, then yes
What kind of fuel tank would be appropriate for a 2002 Chevrolet express 3500?
To say anything with any degree of certainty is not advised
Can you tell me if this includes everything I need to change my tire? Or do I need to purchase ?
There is a need to buy a jack. You can get one at
Selected User Reviews For Dr.Roc Replacement for Premium Spare Tire Tool Kit with Bag 1999 to 2019 Chevy Silverado Tahoe Avalanche Suburban GMC Sierra Yukon 2002 to 2018 Cadillac Escalade
The product has been returned for a refund
A 99 Silverado was the vehicle I bought this for. I do not know the quality of every item this company sells, but the one I received seemed to be pretty inferior. There is too much ease with which the tool sections can be disassembled. There was a time when I almost lost one of the bits inside the The tip of it didn't hook onto anything, so it didn't work. I'm not sure whether it's made incorrectly or maybe it's just not made for my vehicle and the fitment was described incorrectly, but it didn't Despite my best efforts, I could not crank up As soon as the tool was placed, it spun.
| Nov 24, 2020
The metal is of poor quality
I would get OEM from the junk yard if I had it to do over again. The cable I got was sufficient to run the jack, but the ends were too flimsy to run the spare tire cable. As I watched, I removed the sleeve that connects the truck to the connector, so I could see exactly how things were happening. It is easy to place the end into my truck's hole and it will pull the tire up most of the way, but once it gets to the top before the spare is completely tight against the truck, the end starts to deform and I'm unable to tighten it more. Again, I hammered the square on the end but it wouldn't There is a lack of quality in the metal.
| Apr 21, 2021
I'm not happy with this at all
My 2011 Yukon is equipped with this unit. It did not seem to fit securely inside the spare tire hoist shaft the first time I used it to replace a spare tire. The end of this product fit inside the shaft so tightly that I felt it Once it was seated to the hoist, it would start skipping or skipping as it stripped itself. Then, the spring gave out and it would not stay seated. During testing, I found that the locking mechanism connecting the extending shafts of this product was not strong enough to hold the extension in place against the shaft. As a result, when I removed the extension, both pieces came apart, leaving the extension stuck inside. I eventually was able to fix it, then I found someone with a GM OEM spare tire kit, which worked perfectly. This product isn't recommended. I'm unable to return it at this point (after one use), since it's scratched up. Comparing the metal side by side with the OEM, the OEM is much lighter and less dense. Make sure you are buying from a reliable source.
| May 08, 2021
I advise you not to In my 06 Silverado, the extensions are too short
On the end, I had to use vicegrips. Garbage material in its entirety. I advise you not to.
As described, the product is of good quality
Exactly like the replacement kit that came with my 2009 Tahoe, this OEM Spare Tire Tool Replacement Kit is identical. This is the second set I purchased for the same reason I lost the first. When I received this kit, I was able to track down the original. As I mentioned, I received the Spare Tire Tool Replacement Kit from Dr. Roc's listing in exactly the same condition it was in when I received the original set. Before adding your vehicle to your cart, make sure the information you have on it is accurate.
| Nov 24, 2020
Those who have given negative reviews are correct in that the metal is fairly thin and cheap
It's possible for you to get a couple of runs up with this winch in case of an emergency if you are careful and don't "manhandle" it (and makes sure that it's working properly). There is nothing else I would have purchased it for. Haha, that, and the junkyard was asking for $190 for the OEM one. [/edited] I did not try the lug wrench because I had my own sockets and breaker bars.
| May 01, 2021
In the case of an emergency, will work
As I had read mixed reviews, I did not want my spare to break the metal just to be safe. In order to make sure my spare is compatible, I dropped it a few inches then brought it back up a couple of inches. The spare tire does not seem to completely lift back into place, but what is most important is the lowering feature which is necessary in an emergency until you get a new tire. The wrench seems well built, but I did not test it because the lugs were recessed into the wheels. However, there is no fault with the product the issue lies with the way I made my wheels. I had to buy a deep well socket and a breaker bar separately. In the end, it is a sturdy and price-competitive model that looks similar to those costing much more, so buy this one instead of those that cost so much more. This Chevy Silverado 4x4 is from 2010.
| Mar 03, 2021
Purchase the original equipment manufacturer. Who are the people who leave good reviews? Do they use it or have they even heard of it? In my first attempt to use the vehicle, the piece that connected to the jack failed and spun in the shaft, so I couldn't lift it up. Those events should not have taken place. A complete waste of time. It was only on gravel that I was able to dig under the tire, otherwise I would have been stuck on the side of the road. you have this tool, I HIGHLY recommend welding the part that goes into the jack to the shaft in order to prevent it from happening in the first place. Test the tools before you use them in BFE, at the very least.
| Jan 19, 2021