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    Spare wheel? Evidence for the Nay sayers

    Ive seen comments some time back about not being able to get a spare wheel in the Sumo boot. Heres the evidence you can. The spare is a standard Granada tyre and rim and sits in nice and tight.
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    Happy days Ken,

    But please get the fire extinguisher between the seats, or behind the passenger seat where you can reach it just in case of course.

    Alan.
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    ....same applies to the 'wetones' ....... in case of denonation.....the car I mean
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    Ah, if you look carefully, the extinguisher is still in its wrapper, Daughters Christmas present to me and havent had time to fit it. Wetone box, has fuses, spare fuel pump Jubilee clips and other assorted junk (err usefull bits) like lengths of Garden wire etc. But the spare wheel sits in nice and tight. I just dont trust those 'Tyre goo' things at all, But I do have one of those 'Rubber Plug' repair kits just in case.
    MKIII Pilgrim Sumo. 3.5 Litre Rover V8

    https://classiccartouring.com
    For Touring and Camping


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