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Old 12-15-2017, 09:41 PM   #29
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[QUOTE=Damion;3946416]1" Socket set breaker bar and 8ft. of pipe for a cheater!!

Yep posted a link to this on amazon earlier.

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Originally Posted by Shawn6596 View Post
My question is what do you use to change the tire?? I really want to take a full sized spare as well, but being that it takes like 450FT# of torque on the lug nuts I wondered what you use, also would you use your levers to raise it or use a bottle jack?
Gee, never thought the question of carrying a spare or not, meant that one was to be changing the tire and for $100 + a year, is it really worth it, when you consider all the other benefits of having road hazard insurance? The towing service alone, is pretty much worth it, with one tow paying for many years of premiums. The even pay the service call for a mobile mechanic coming to your driveway.
In fact, I think we're way ahead of the game after many years of travel and I do everything possible that I can do for myself, at this age.
Anyway, I hope the OP has found his tire cover by now, with all this other discussion taking place.
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