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Spare tire

6095 Views 50 Replies 22 Participants Last post by  ssrbuzz
Does anybody out there know if the SSR bolt pattern is the same as the Trailblazer? I'd feel alot better with some sort of a spare when I'm on the road.
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Fiftysnut may have it!

For all of those that feel naked driving without a spare or run flats, our good pal fiftysnut may have a great and logical solution. Sometimes the solution is staring at us when we look under the rear valence. I for one do not feel a need, as a biker we travel all over without a spare. On the other hand I could be tricked if it was clean and easy.
Great idea!!!!
Scott Doran
Buell needs not a spare.

Bikes and SSR seem to go together.

No spare on either. I have 50,000 miles on my Buell S3T :thumbs and am only able to use it for 6 months. Spare tire does not even enter our minds.
I think that my mileage will come down on the bike and go up on the SSR. :boxing
Scott Doran
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