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Spare wheels aren’t particularly expensive. I wouldn’t drive a car without one. Our tractor has wheels full of gunge that is supposed to plug a puncture as it happens. So far so good.
I know what it is for but it a waste of time. What if it isn’t a simple nail. We were on out way to a Station to get a UKrail excursion at 630 in the morning. Got a puncture, big chunk of glass, changed the wheel, caught the train, got back at 10pm and drove home. The gunge would not have worked and...
My Fusion came with a small compressor and a tin of something to put in the tyre to plug the puncture. Very useful if the tyre splits. I binned it and added a proper spare. Proper spares now tend to be and added extra. My Bmax had a slim spare that I replaced with the spare I got for the Fusion. If ...
- Sun Jan 19, 2020 10:35 am
- Forum: The Mess Room
- Topic: Change of car? Maybe.
- Replies: 186
- Views: 7844
The car came with a get you home tyre but I had a proper spare that I bought for the previous car that only had one of those stupid inflation kits. So in the car I had the proper spare and at home the get you home wheel. So the spare is on the car and the get you home in the boot. New tyre some time...