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Old 07-18-2017, 02:02 PM   #11
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I haven't compared the Hyspec and Alcoa wheels side by side, but the Hyspec wheels are really nice!
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Old 07-18-2017, 02:37 PM   #12
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That's actually a great idea.
If you are still using Coach-Net's Roadside Assistance this quote is from their website Here.

"24/7 Flat Tire Assistance - changing of your vehicle's flat tire using the vehicle's mounted and inflated spare tire, or if you do not have a functional tire, your vehicle will be towed to a tire repair facility."

Carrying a spare tire only just might get you towed...I'd prefer to avoid chancing that if possible.
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I haven't compared the Hyspec and Alcoa wheels side by side, but the Hyspec wheels are really nice!
Their website photos did look nice... I just used Hispec's Contact Us link to see what, if anything, they offer for the Ford Transit 350HD chassis. I've found Alcoa's for it at about $1,700 for the set of four wheels, hub caps, and lug nut covers. I'm hoping there is some competition for the Alcoa's...

A set of four Alcoa's for the Sprinter 3500HD range from ~$1,300 to ~$1,800, depending on the finish selected, at the same website. See BuyTruckWheels.com for more info Here.
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I should have said we currently own a Winnebago Sprinter so it came with Alcoa wheels.
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