2002 Ford F150 Spare Tire HoistReview Fitment Notes to Ensure Proper Fit
Replacement Spare Tire Hoist
Part Number: 5309-02301226
Notes: Spare Tire Hoist -- Spare Tire Hoist Assembly
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Dorman Spare Tire Hoist
Spare Tire Hoist
Part Number: 5309-05397631
Notes: Spare Tire Hoist
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We received the part very quickly.
It fit fine (no bolts or nuts in kit). The Ford Rod fit the slot. Jacked it down to pull the tire up. The tire got close to being secure & the cable bound up. Couldn't get it to go up or down with only a little movement available in the part. I finally hung from the tire with my weight while my son jacked it down and the cable came free.
We jacked the cable all the way out and then I kept tension on the cable until the tire weight took over. It then cranked all the way up and pulled into the spring nicely.
This is a very nice replacement, but just be careful not to pull the cable in loose or it may cross up inside. If this had happened on the side of the road instead of in my garage, this could of been a real problem for one person alone to fix.
It worked fine and fit well, just be aware that the cable could possibly bind if unable to keep tension on it.
very easy to install, holding the tire up and out of my bed. working great
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It was easy to install, just need bolts and nuts because it does not have threads in the base as the original hoist. Other than that, it holds the spare tire firmly and no squeaks or rattles when driving over bumpy roads.
I found Parts Geek on line and decided to order. The cost was $35 less then my local parts store. To my surprise, the part came in a couple of days and was of good quality! I have found my parts store and will always be a customer. Very satisfied! Roland Jackson
This product was a easy job to replace with few tools, BUT one little problem that I found was one of the holes was too small for the bolt to thread so I had to drill it out a little, otherwise all went well.