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2011 Toyota Sienna Spare Tire Hoist

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Replacement Spare Tire Hoist
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Replacement N01-556
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Part Number: 96141-02999829
Notes: Spare Tire Hoist -- Spare Tire Hoist
Condition: New

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Dorman Spare Tire Hoist
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Dorman 924-525
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Part Number: 96141-05352844
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  • Precisely engineered to replace the hoist that comes stock
  • Simply remove the spare tire, unbolt the original part, and bolt on this replacement
  • Appearance may vary slightly from original part but functions the same
  • Corrosion resistant - specially coated to prevent future rust and corrosion
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Part Number: 96141-07132434
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  • OE Style for easy replacement and fitment
  • Provides an easy installation
  • Built with high-quality materials to ensure durability
  • Stringent quality control ensures part meets product standards
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Spare Tire Hoist Reviews - 2011 Toyota Sienna
Dorman | 924-525
 


Bought this part because Toyota claimed a recall for the tire hoist saying that it would (could) become rusty and faulty in "snow states" which included virginia. The dealer did ask me if I wanted it and simply cut the cable on my 2011 sienna van and put the spare in the back of the van. There was no action coming from Toyota on this for months and I got fed up with the tire in the back so I bought this replacement part. The original part had rubber casing around the cable which was far more likely to withstand possible corrosion, this replacement does not. Also the mount bracket that is midway on the shaft is about 2mm to short so that the screw does not align properly. Overall I kept it because I wanted the spare out of the back of the car for upcoming road trips and normal use of the trunk space. If I knew of a place to get the oem version I would get that instead.


May 11th, 2015 | Posted by ok But not quite up to specs

Dorman | 924-525
 


The part needed a slight alteration of drilling out one of the holes a very slight amount. Not a big deal, just a little extra work.


September 12th, 2016 | Posted by Jarrod