Lets see...now you are carrying a lug wrench, torque wrench, jack stands, bottle jack....anything else? lol
I've changed a tire like "caper above post" does before out of desperation years ago...it WORKS great! Bust the nuts loose and roll it up...change, snug, roll it down and tighten and your done just be about 5" high by the time you make a ramp with the levelers. Even a screw on your toaster may need tightened to "spec" but if you have a 14" lug wrench and tighten as hard as you can, you'll find it just as tight if not more than the factory recommended torque of 120ft/lbs. Do yourself a big favor and do this in your driveway at home one time for practice.....and check the torque after your done.
Personally, I don't like carrying my garage just to change a tire "weight and space kept to minimum". I can change a tire as fast as the old man on Christmas story, and I've never lost a lug...let alone a wheel! Except in the snow that time when the hubcap flipped over! F#$%! lol
-Todd and Sherri
-2006 F250 Super Duty King ranch Diesel
-2012 Windjammer 3008w
-Equilzer 1200lb hitch