Changed first flat
Last week fiance was driving on the Florida Turnpike and got a flat. Screw in the tread. It had 1152 miles. Grrrrr. it was night and she was close enough that I was able to go there to do the change. Driver's rear.
The jack has to go really high and even though we were level on pavement it seemed much more tippy than other stock jacks I've used. Next time I will bring Jack stands or see if I can fit one in the spare area.
Putting pockets back in spare tire location was confusing. They didn't seem to fit correctly either way but were different. I figured it out from one having stuff in it and remembering which side it was on. Next time I will place them on the ground the same way they fit.
Spare is smaller than stock so stock tire makes the deck lid bulge even without the pockets in there. Not fun if you have cargo back there.
Lug wrench is short. She couldn't operate it but it was ok for me. I am going to put a pipe in there so she can use it for leverage if I'm not around.
Using lug wrench and the attachment to work the jack was clumsy. Not easy as some stock jacks I've used.
Guess the good news was the tire was repairable and we got it fixed and running within an hour of me arriving. Hope this helps.
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