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snoopy
Wed Sep 07 2011, 06:18PM
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Looking for one that can hold a 15 inch tire (about 28 inches) One with a flat face would be ideal. If you only have the face, even better as I already found a ring.




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GreenBus
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Try an RV place, someone must have replacement parts for these. I will keep an eye out next time i am at the junkyard too.

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Just about all of the conversion vans (GM, Ford & Dodge ) built back in the 80s and 90s used this type of spare tire cover, and most had 15" tires. The junk yards should be full of them if they haven't already been sent to the crusher.

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Not around here, either stripped or crushed

Am expanding my search to Rav4 or grand vitara types now.
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Thu Sep 15 2011, 07:04AM

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Just dont think that I stole your idea when you see a rav 4 cover on the front of my bay Also I'll let you know If I see the type you were looking for in this area: I could always bring it to you at Thanksgiving.

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Thu Sep 15 2011, 10:37AM
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CoffeeBus wrote ...

Just dont think that I stole your idea when you see a rav 4 cover on the front of my bay Also I'll let you know If I see the type you were looking for in this area: I could always bring it to you at Thanksgiving.


Now I know where to find one... When are you coming to town?
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Thu Sep 15 2011, 02:21PM

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hey snoopy, the rav 4 covers aren't entirely flat... they have an indented swoosh on several years models... just fyi if you go that route.

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Thu Sep 15 2011, 06:27PM
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keeping my options open at this point
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Fri Sep 16 2011, 06:53AM

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personally I like the look of the Isuzu trooper tire cover, but they are just too big for a bus wheel/tire. However if you wanted to make it work you could always find a junk tire of the trooper size and sawzall out the sidewall and slip it over your spare before putting the cover on.

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