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Re: spare tip
jacksun #1396373 Mon Feb 08 2021 02:32 PM
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Wrench Fetcher
my seat is a 90s full size truck seat that i hinged at the front and and have threaded knob in rear to secure it whole seat swings forward to access tire pretty simple

Re: spare tip
jacksun #1396636 Wed Feb 10 2021 06:12 PM
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Have never had a pickup without a spare, 99% of the time not hauling much weight so the spare tire plus mounting hardware should help add some weight to the otherwise empty box. Mush ado about nothing here.


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1946 1/2-Ton Chevy [stovebolt.com]
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Re: spare tip
olezippi #1398775 Thu Feb 25 2021 03:01 PM
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'Bolter
Olezippi Suspect your right,they can't handle a split rim.

Re: spare tip
jacksun #1399158 Sat Feb 27 2021 07:49 PM
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'Bolter
Haha I wont even drive anything without a spare. Then again im pretty young still and I swap a tire on the side of the road pretty quick. I also just like being self sufficient.

Re: spare tip
jacksun #1399164 Sat Feb 27 2021 08:17 PM
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I always carry a spare.

My car/truck insurance policies provide free road-service (including spare-tire mounting).

Most likely, I would have to "drop"/produce/provide the spare. That would be no problem on my side-mount 1954 pickup, but, I'd have to crawl under my 1954 Suburban (a pain, but, a 5-10 minute job).


Tim
1954Advance-Design.com [1954advance-design.com]
1954 3106 Carryall Suburban [stovebolt.com] - part of the family for 49 years
1954 3104 5-window pickup w/Hydra-Matic [1954advance-design.com] - part of the family for 15 years
- If you have to stomp on your foot-pedal starter, either you, or your starter, or your engine, has a problem.
- The 216 and early 235 engines are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler. [chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com]
Re: spare tip
jacksun #1399277 Sun Feb 28 2021 01:44 PM
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You would most likely have a few hours waiting on side of the road to get the spare out for the AAA guy.

Re: spare tip
jacksun #1399308 Sun Feb 28 2021 03:58 PM
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I'm doing my best to keep a spare tire. We still have areas with no cell service. I have trouble thinking of leaving my truck on the side of the road waiting for the next guy to come along with a trailer. It's also a race legal way to add a little weight way back there behind the axle.


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