Hitch-style spare tire carriers for the Honda Pioneer, spare tire mounting brackets, and swinging spare tire holders that allow for easy bed access.
If you’re looking for ideas on how and where to mount a spare tire onto your Honda Pioneer, you’ve come to the right place. At Everything Honda Offroad, we offer a number of spare tire mounts for the Honda Pioneer to keep you rolling when disaster strikes. Although tire sealants, tube patches, and sidewall plugs all have their place, situations do arise when either the rim or the tire on your Honda Pioneer becomes irreparably damaged. And when such situations unfold, having a spare tire at the ready is a literal lifesaver. While the factory Honda Pioneer tires aren’t complete garbage, they definitely aren’t the best either. But even if you’re running the toughest of aftermarket tires and rims, ensuring that you’re always able to make your way back to civilization by having a spare tire on dock is a smart thing to do. Many riders opt to use hitch type Honda Pioneer spare tire carriers that slide into the vehicle’s receiver hitch. You can find drop-hitch style spare tire mounts for the Honda Pioneer as well as hitch-mounted spare tire holders that are made for the front of the UTV.
In addition to hitch-mounted spare tire carriers, we also carry Honda Pioneer spare tire mounts by off-road firms such as SuperATV and Hornet Outdoors. The former holds your spare tire directly behind the tailgate of your rig, and is designed to swing out laterally with the pull of a pin so that you can easily access the contents of your cargo bed. The Honda Pioneer spare tire bracket by Hornet Outdoors, on the other hand, is a smaller and more versatile solution that you can attach to a variety of stock and aftermarket storage racks. But regardless of the spare tire mount you choose for your Honda UTV, most riders use front wheels / tires for spares, as rear factory tires are more likely to hit the tie rod ends. And even if the spare tire you’re running doesn’t match the other ones on your side-by-side, having the ability to limp back to safety is invaluable!