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    Into the spare wheel well?

    One of the flakes i'm buying has a repaired crack in it so i'm going to buy a new rim and have the cracked one as a spare.

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    Dont think it will mate might be wrong but even my 16 is a bit tight

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    Dammit, oh well it'll just have to get left in the garage and thrown in the caravan when I go away

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    It will fit in the boot well, unless the tyre is new then it is a really tight fit. But the carpet won't sit flush as the wheel sits too tall.

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    That sounds promising, i'm away to put two new tyres on the wheels anyway so I will keep one of the old tyres for the cracked rim. As for it not sitting flush I thought about making an mdf spacer for the rest of the boot. Does it stick out far?

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    I have the estate and the Snowflake was to proud once in position, i could put some small blocks on the under side of the liftable floor to allow for this but i havn't bothered !

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