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Thanks for the reply Jerry... I'll keep you posted.
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Old 02-08-2006, 10:38 AM
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Jerry,

Just need contact info. PM Sent.

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Old 02-08-2006, 01:10 PM
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one left, but due to the erratic nature of parcel post the price is now $40 delivered west of the big river for trackable service. (this also requires the tire to be boxed) add $5 for eastern delivery.
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Old 02-09-2006, 07:06 AM
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15" Space saver

I am interested in the last 15" space saver. Still have it?
Old 02-09-2006, 09:18 AM
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This would be a good place to ask this question.... can I fit a newer spare from a 993? or whatever this one is into my 1977 car? what sizes can I fit in my trunk, I belive this is 16" or 17"

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Old 02-10-2006, 02:53 AM
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hi Edward;
Porsche standard bolt pattern from 1964 to 1989 was 5 X 130MM. if your wheel is from this period, it will fit the hub of your car. if you're running 16 or 17" wheels on the car this spare should work. if you're running 15" wheels on the car there will be a mismatch in rolling diameter. this may not so bad on the front, but not recomended for the rear. the larger profile may also cause clearance problems on any corner. ride height will also come into play. just my understanding. this is a good question for the guys on the tech board.
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Awesome, Im running 18" on a turbo body, but my real question still remains, does anyone know if I can fit a 16" or 17" spare in the trunk of my car. I know if should work fine with the car since I am running larger wheels with spacers.

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Old 02-10-2006, 01:11 PM
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sorry for not reading more carefully. i'm going to suggest the tech. board as i don't have the car or the wheel to check for you.
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Vouch - Tire arrived today. Well worth the new $40 price. The shipping amount was aweful for what I paid.

Thanks Jerry!
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Jerry, thanks for the idea, I will check! The fuchs with space savers look great!

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Hey Jerry!! I got my tire today and as always...you deliver the goods!!! Thanks again! I know we will speak again in the future!

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Old 02-13-2006, 07:14 AM
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Vouch - Tire arrived today. Well worth the new $40 price. The shipping amount was aweful for what I paid.

Thanks Jerry!
hi Eric;
glad it worked out *eventually*. agreed, $15 for 10-day is not acceptable. i've officially switched to FedEx ground for these. as a note, i'll have another as soon as i can get the wheel to the tire shop.
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i've officially switched to FedEx ground for these. as a note, jerry
I did the same thing since they bought Kinkos. No extra charges for dropping off there and the online quotes are exactly what you will pay when you drop off. No surprises and the pricing seems to always come in better than UPS and I like their tracking system better.
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I did the same thing since they bought Kinkos. No extra charges for dropping off there and the online quotes are exactly what you will pay when you drop off. No surprises and the pricing seems to always come in better than UPS and I like their tracking system better.
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Old 02-14-2006, 01:23 PM
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Hey Jerry!! I got my tire today and as always...you deliver the goods!!! Thanks again! I know we will speak again in the future!

Be well!!

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hi Nikita;
glad it worked out okay and thanks for the kind words. when do you start driving ?
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Jerry:
Do you have one more?
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Jerry:
Do you have one more?
i do. i just have to get it over to the tire shop to be dismounted.
want it ?
how did those H-1's work out for you ?
thanks for your interest.
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Jerry:
I take it.
The H1s are not installed yet, I am repairing the trim rim.
Please pm me with your paypal account and amount to be paid. Shipping to Laredo TX 78040.
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Old 02-15-2006, 08:20 AM
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Jerry:
What 15" Fuchs should I get to mount this tire?
Thanks
Old 02-15-2006, 09:30 AM
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strosekmega , the bolt pattern will work but the offset on the 964 up spares are way different and you won't be able to actually use it on the road.
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