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in for info as well :)
 

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Where u located I got one that will fit
 

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Most people just carry a patch kit and electric tire pump. I guess you could even get away with one of the fix-a-flat cans but I'm sure it will damage the TPMS.

But it has to beat changing a tire on the side of the highway with trucks flying past 70+ MPH.
 

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I actually used a Slime "Fix a Flat" can the other day and my TPMS was fine after (said TPMS safe on it). Unfortunately it didn't help the flat. Tire was totally deflated and sat out in 10 degree weather for 24 hrs.


Most people just carry a patch kit and electric tire pump. I guess you could even get away with one of the fix-a-flat cans but I'm sure it will damage the TPMS.

But it has to beat changing a tire on the side of the highway with trucks flying past 70+ MPH.
 

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There was a guy making custom spares for a while. Kinda pricey, but nice setup. He sold them on Ebay, but I havent seen any listed for a while. You could try to contact him through YouTube.

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Thanks everyone, I reached out to the guy from the you tube video that showed the donut fitting on both front and rear, he hasn't responded yet. I guess I'll just by a spare wheel and tire and keep it in the garage in case of a flat.
 

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My 2 cents about a donut spare: This will mess with the wheel sensors, will start throwing codes and you'll end up not being able to drive the vehicle at all. But, go ahead and try it, what do I know?
 
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