JoeS wrote:Aerowhatt, thank you doing the test and publishing the results. Those spacesaver wheels+tires are very inexpensive at salvage yards, so glad we have a viable solution. Do you have a rim identification or part number for this spare?
Here are the numbers for the spare. By the way I easily found one on eBay which was salvage but from the photos had never seen the pavement for $126 and free shipping.
The wheel is stamped 15x4T (which is why is fits on the front). also a number on the rim 0212130
The tire is a Dunlop Space miser MkIII Size T135/80D15 . . . 60 psi
The one I purchased that I don't have quite yet, is the same but a Bridgestone brand tire in the same size. Don't let the T's throw you off anyone. They just brand it as a temporary use unit.