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Spare tire

6099 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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My spareS consist of a full set of wheels/tires on standby in my garage. I found a great deal from an SSR owner that swapped out his satin wheels for the chrome option and with the price that TireRack offers - I couldn't afford NOT to have a full set on stand by.

Yeah - it does me no good if I'm not at the house when I get a flat, but just the knowledge that I have them is good enough for me.

Plus - if/when I ever smack a curb - or with this rain lately - hit a major chuckhole - I'll have a 'clean' wheel to slap right on... (FYI: I paid $500 for the 4 wheels...)

As far as 50's nut - it seems that the dealer installed option - wasn't... I've seen at least one other post that stated the tow package was still in the box - in the bed of the SSR when he took delivery. Kinda like the gauge package that was late for the 03's - that should have been a dealer installed part. (Oh don't get me going on that again...) :cuss
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