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911 930 993 space saver spare tire

** 15" = $20 cash and carry at the PartsHeaven swap June 4 **

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tire only. Vredstein space master 165. removed from unused space saver spare wheel. as new condition. casting risers present. will send closeup pix if requested. 15" for 911, 930, 944, 951 possibly others. $35 delivered (add $5 east of the big river)
16 x 170 for 993 possibly others. SOLD!
thanks for listening.
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jerry
p.s. the first pic is an example of what one of these might look like mounted on a Fuchs wheel.
(edit for corrected shipping)

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Old 10-24-2005, 01:38 PM
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Hi Ty
Do you have a tire that would go onto a 16x6 Fuch?
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how did you get the tire off the original rim?
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Hi Ty
Do you have a tire that would go onto a 16x6 Fuch?
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hi Jamie;
yes, i have 1. $60 delivered to any u.s. address (elsewhere @ additional cost) the 15's are much easier to come by & therefore priced accordingly. please let me know.
thanks for your interest.
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how did you get the tire off the original rim?
hi Aaron;
it was removed by my local tire shop. they wouldn't explain it to me but they say there is a trick. anybody know ?? the bottom line to me is i get it done for $7 if you take it to your local place and they say "...it can't be done" or "...they're not supposed to be removed" the translation is simply they don't want to do it. find someplace else to take your business.
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16" is sold.
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The tire is easy enough to remove from the rim. It takes some grunting, but is really a matter of being persistent. I have done it many times over the years. Find a tire guy that will take the time to engage his brain into drive mode, and think as he does it...
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The tire is easy enough to remove from the rim. It takes some grunting, but is really a matter of being persistent. I have done it many times over the years. Find a tire guy that will take the time to engage his brain into drive mode, and think as he does it...
George has nailed it here... attitude is everything. i didn't stand around and watch them do it, but my guys (Roger Kraus Racing) told me that getting these off is 'counter intuitive'. ie; just when you think the machine is going to bind is when you have to keep working as it. they did admit that getting the "spoon" behind the tire can be a chore, tho
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15" still available.
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Jerry,

I'm in need of a 15" space saver spare tire. Is yours still available? If so would you take $30 delivered to ZC 80465?

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just yanked a space saver and put it on a fuch...

getting it off managed to kill the steel wheel lip. getting it on was cake.



didnt eric shea buy this tire?????
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Jerry,

I'm in need of a 15" space saver spare tire. Is yours still available? If so would you take $30 delivered to ZC 80465?

thanks,

Ed
Ed;
sent you a PM.
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just yanked a space saver and put it on a fuch...
getting it off managed to kill the steel wheel lip. getting it on was cake.
didnt eric shea buy this tire?????
the guys who remove these for me don't destroy the rim

yes, Eric did buy one. i have another.
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I just had one removed today. They use a lot of soap on the wheel and tire and have the biggest guy in the tire shop pry it off. It only took them about 5 minutes.
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Jerry... still no tire. It's been a month. You mailbox is full and I can't send a message. The last PM I received said it was sent last Sunday.

Can you tell me how it was shipped?

Frustrated now...

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Jerry,

I tried to respond to your PM --- with a PM. Your mailbox is full and needs to be cleaned out.

I would like to see if we can get hooked up and complete a transaction for the 15" space saver,

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Jerry... still no tire. It's been a month. You mailbox is full and I can't send a message. The last PM I received said it was sent last Sunday.

Can you tell me how it was shipped?

Frustrated now...

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Eric;
my receipt indicates 01/29/2006 07:49:08 PM $14.49
service is Parcel Post (read; Pony Express... no tracking.) as quoted.
please let me know.
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