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2022/07/23 08:53:33 (permalink)

Spare Wheel Set

If anyone decides to sell a spare wheel set (with the tools etc) please let me know. I saw one on Macan Forums but it was an 18” so too smal, there’s nothing on eBay at the moment either.
 
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Re: Spare Wheel Set 2022/07/23 09:18:34 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Patrick Aschan 2022/07/23 10:19:12
18" will fit unless you have PCCB's and the space-saver tyre is high profile in order to maintain the correct tyre circumference. 
 
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Re: Spare Wheel Set 2022/07/23 09:49:44 (permalink)
Hi, I have a turbo so it has the PSCB brakes and I don’t think an 18” will fit as I had to get 19”s for my set of winter wheels. If it will fit I shall certainly make the fellow an offer!
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Re: Spare Wheel Set 2022/07/23 10:08:35 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Patrick Aschan 2022/07/23 10:19:07
I believe there is only one size of space saver.   I have a GTS that I understand has bigger front disks (and therefore 19 inch wheels are the minimum size) but my car was supplied new with the 18inch space saver

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Re: Spare Wheel Set 2022/07/23 10:19:31 (permalink)
Thank you, a call to a dealer maybe be in order..! 
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Re: Spare Wheel Set 2022/07/23 10:43:57 (permalink)
Chappelle
I believe there is only one size of space saver.   I have a GTS that I understand has bigger front disks (and therefore 19 inch wheels are the minimum size) but my car was supplied new with the 18inch space saver



Cars with PCCB's come with a 19" space saver.
 
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Clive

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