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What vehicles have the same bolt pattern as our GCSRTs?

I am looking to either get rid of my spare or (if possible and preferred) would like to run a compact collapsible spare. I know the guys with the WK1 SRTs were able to find a bolton solution and I am hoping to do the same. I don't think just deflating the tire will give me the room that I need for my audio upgrades...


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Re: What vehicles have the same bolt pattern as our GCSRTs?

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I am looking to either get rid of my spare or (if possible and preferred) would like to run a compact collapsible spare. I know the guys with the WK1 SRTs were able to find a bolton solution and I am hoping to do the same. I don't think just deflating the tire will give me the room that I need for my audio upgrades...

I removed my spare for my audio equipment. You already have runflats from the factory so no spare needed. The factory spare weighs 79 pounds so removing it will net you a good reduction in weight to add the heavy equipment.
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