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Discussion in 'Wheels and Tyres' started by Foxspeed, Aug 28, 2009.
I'll stick to the aerosol can lol, its lighter after all.
^wont work if the sidewall is damaged
Thats what the RAC are for lol, i must remember to join though...
read the "terms and conditions" about cars without sparewheels !!
should do its for the meagane 225 & espace
Care to elaborate? Sounds to me like it's not a good thing!
I personally havent read the T&C's but... when i had a flat tyre and called out Green Flag Recovery i had to pay them £25 because i didn't have a spare wheel. But i didn't find this out til i received a letter from them asking for £25!! Cheeky so and so's. I've now got a proper spare wheel in the boot
Did you use the same wheel as foxspeed has Emz or you done it a different way?
there is a specific mention about cars without spares and how or if they will deal with a call out - this is rac i am with
I've got a full size spare in the boot. I paid £70 for the alloy and £20 for a part worn Dunlop
well kerbed the front wheel so its off for a referb......
so i have fitted the renault spacesaver -
beauty, looks great lol :mellow:
hope the curbed one aint to bad.
just on the edge of the rim - but it needs doing so a full referb due to the paint finish :'(
is that spare wheel from megane?
yes - megane - but actually its a espace wheel technically :biggrin:
Great thread,I've bought the Renault espace spare and found a new conti van tyre on ebay for £75.
Cheers for the Info.
I presume / hope the answer to this is 'yes', but is the above wheel tyre still fine for an RS200 with the cup chassis?
Also, I know the reasons why the jack isn't supplied with the cup chassis equipped Clio, but does anyone know the part code for the standard jack also?
I do high mileage and would rather cart a spare around in the boot than rely on a couple of tins of tyre repair foam which don't do much in the event of a shredded tyre.
yep no difference between 197 and 200 for this
very sexy! you should buy another 3 :headphone:
Personally I would go for a 175/55R17 tyre, closer to the correct rolling circumference, fine on this width of wheel, and a touch narrower too!