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New here, have a question . I have a 2022 700 4 deluxe with
Front: 25 x 8 - 12
Rear: 25 x 10 - 12
Any suggestions what size to carry for a spare tire and rim ?
Will the front size be ok on the rear in a emergency ?
 

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Howdy and welcome from Northern Iowa
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Any suggestions what size to carry for a spare tire and rim ? Front
Will the front size be ok on the rear in a emergency ? Yes
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With that being said, things that I have read about.
- Most owners carry a 12V air compressor, tire plugs, and extra valve stems
. . . . . I am in this group
- Some owners carry sidewall slugs
. . . . . Have thought about this, but I am usually within a phone call of somebody
- Some owners, to save space, only have the tires, no rims
. . Those that go out beyond, squash the tires flat for easier storage.
. . . . If the tires is so damaged that a plug or slug won't fix it,
. . . . it is easier to just change the tire, and leave the rim on the vehicle.
. . And they carry extra spark plugs, injectors wires, shift control solenoid, fuel, water......, you get the idea. haha
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Have a good day
 

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Howdy and welcome from Northern Iowa
.
Any suggestions what size to carry for a spare tire and rim ? Front
Will the front size be ok on the rear in a emergency ? Yes
.
With that being said, things that I have read about.
- Most owners carry a 12V air compressor, tire plugs, and extra valve stems
. . . . . I am in this group
- Some owners carry sidewall slugs
. . . . . Have thought about this, but I am usually within a phone call of somebody
- Some owners, to save space, only have the tires, no rims
. . Those that go out beyond, squash the tires flat for easier storage.
. . . . If the tires is so damaged that a plug or slug won't fix it,
. . . . it is easier to just change the tire, and leave the rim on the vehicle.
. . And carry extra spark plugs, injectors wires, shift control solenoid, fuel, water......, you get the idea. haha
.
Have a good day
Thanks Mark, I already have plugs, side wall patches, and a compressor.
Just thought a spare would be handy to have in a emergency since I've noticed some minor side wall cuts already with only a few hundred KM on it.
 
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