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Space saver size ?
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Me again. Got 14 inch wheels with 175-65 tyres. I’m looking for a spacesaver wheel n tyre to match but not sure which size matches. I’ve seen 16 inch ones for sale and 15 inch so obviously the tyre size is different. But can anyone advise which size I need ?
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Just get something with the same stud pattern and don't worry about the size. Only use the space saver on the rear (swap a wheel off the back if the front is damaged) and keep the speed down to a reasonable level just to get you somewhere safe. They are not for extended use.
So where does this bit go then ?
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Thanks, but I don’t much fancy swapping 2 wheels at the side of the road in the pissin rain at 2 am ! (Worst scenario)
I’m looking to save space, so something smaller than a standard wheel n tyre, otherwise I’ll just carry the full size one
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