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Old 11-07-2013, 09:08 PM   #11
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We bought our '02 GT325 from the original owners. It has a complete spare wheel, with tire, attached with a chain and located directly beneath the propane tank.

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Old 11-08-2013, 04:47 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by abjb View Post
I thought about a spare,

Then thought about the BIG jack, BIG tools and a BIG friendly passer by to help me do the swap.

Roadside service and a cell phone/booster hopefully will never be needed.
If you have a twin axle on your trailer , there is a good chance you do not need the jack if not a bottle jack is not that much of a space grabber.
A truckers trick , With two axles if you have some 4x4 for setting up in some camp spots you get a flat you can drive the good axle (non Flat) up on these and it will raise the flat tire off the ground so you can change the tire. I have done this in the medium of interstate 81 took me 20 mins and the flat was changed.

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