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Spare wheel/ tire

I have a 07 Cayman S with 19" wheels. I know you can buy a spare wheel ( # 99636202004 for these cars. Question is: There is a part # 9866213001 that claims from a Porsche parts business that " it should fit" but I'm not sure. Does anyone know if this part will work on the 2007 Cayman S front wheel as a spare. The OEM # is $ 1000.00 and the other # 9866213001 is $ 160.00 as new. Any idea's anyone? Thanks, Rick
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I'm not how this works. 2007 Cayman S spare wheel/tire question: Does a part # 9866213001 from a Boxster maybe a 2003 to 2006 fit. It's # is as above. My # is 99636202004. My # is $ 1000.00 the other is as new $ 160.00 . Will the $ 160.00 spare wheel/ tire fit the front of the Cayman S with 19" wheels foe emergency purposes only? Thanks, Rick
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I was not able to find part #9866213001 anywhere. The OEM 99636202004 is available for just under $600 many places.
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Check Ebay, many available for much less. The 986 part fits 987.
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My compact spare on my 01 Boxster has a new tire on it, the oem size is not available. The replacement (from Tire Rack) is a bit larger and wedges in the space of the original. The answer of course is to deflate the tire most of the way and carry a little compressor.

The ongoing problem, as I see it, is that if you have a flat or a blow out and use the spare, what do you do with the tire you take off? It certainly won't fit in either trunk, and if you have a passenger, she might end up carrying it on her lap.

And yes, there are bunches of compact spares for Porsche on Ebay. Some as low a $99 shipped!
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