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Will a stock 18 inch black wheel and tire thats on our SGT`s fit in the spare tire well in the trunk where the tire compressor/fix a flat is now.Have a chance to buy a factory 18 inch black factory 5 spoke wheel and was wondering if its worth it.Would jack my car up and try one of mine but cars in storage until winters over.

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I have a 18" Shelby CS69 with tire in my trunk spare tire well. Sits a little tall but fits fine. 255/45/18

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Thanks H0050 for the help. Good to know about the height issue but thats something that can be can be remedied with a little modification.I have the black bullet wheel but think they are probably the same.

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Will a stock 18 inch black wheel and tire thats on our SGT`s fit in the spare tire well in the trunk where the tire compressor/fix a flat is now.Have a chance to buy a factory 18 inch black factory 5 spoke wheel and was wondering if its worth it.Would jack my car up and try one of mine but cars in storage until winters over.

in one word..... no

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Since I put the Razors on mine when I go for a trip I put one of the orig tire/wheels in the trunk for a spare, it doesn't fit in the well.

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Keep in mind if you are using big brakes your spare is useless, hence why many of us have picked up a 5th wheel

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Keep in mind if you are using big brakes your spare is useless, hence why many of us have picked up a 5th wheel

 

Its is 100% true..... I have 14" brakes with 20" razors and I had to buy a 5 razor wheel for the spare.

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Since I put the Razors on mine when I go for a trip I put one of the orig tire/wheels in the trunk for a spare, it doesn't fit in the well.

 

 

I have a 18" Shelby CS69 with tire in my trunk spare tire well. Sits a little tall but fits fine. 255/45/18

 

I forgot to add: My car is a 2006 GT-H. Would think its no different than the 07/08 SGT. In addition, I did have to air down the tire some so it would fit. I carry a small air compressor so once it is mounted I can finish inflating to proper pressure.

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No big brakes,no 20 inch wheels etc.Just wondering about the stock 18 inch wheel and tire in the spare tire well in the trunk.We are planning a trip early spring and was hoping someone had tried the stock wheel.

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Wondering if anyone has tried one of these, I have Wilwood Brakes

https://www.automotiveauthorityllc.com/products/spare-wheel-and-tire-kit-for-2015-2017-ford-mustang-gt-with-brembo-brakes?variant=3892365951003

 

Pulled the trigger, will share photos when it gets here

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3 hours ago, ChicagoChris said:

Does it fit flush in the trunk spare tire well?

It does not but that is because I put DynaMat in it...debating what to do, remove the DynaMat......

 

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Let me know if you pull out the dyno matt and it fits flush.  This looks like a good alternative to the fix a flat pump.  Thanks.

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On 4/18/2018 at 1:57 PM, ChicagoChris said:

Let me know if you pull out the dyno matt and it fits flush.  This looks like a good alternative to the fix a flat pump.  Thanks.

Decided not to pull out the Dynamat, but have friend with a 2007 SGT and will test fit it in his and see what the results are

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Very cool:  Looks like a real good fit and it's a excellent option for a spare, nice!  :)

Later!

"MONGOOSE"    :peelout:

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6 hours ago, Mongoose said:

Very cool:  Looks like a real good fit and it's a excellent option for a spare, nice!  :)

Later!

"MONGOOSE"    :peelout:

Thanks, would have been nice to fit flush   But I don’t use the trunk and don’t want to attempt to remove the dynamat and make a mess. 

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13 hours ago, andrewnagle1964 said:

Decided not to pull out the Dynamat, but have friend with a 2007 SGT and will test fit it in his and see what the results are

Love to know if it fits flush , keep us posted. 

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On 4/26/2018 at 4:56 PM, JeffIsHereToo said:

Search for “spare” and you find multiple threads on this topic and different options to consider.

I am not aware of too many options for big brake spares....

 

Anyway jack came in

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15 hours ago, andrewnagle1964 said:

I am not aware of too many options for big brake spares....

 

Anyway jack came in

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The new jack and attaching hardware look pretty good and a nice fit!:cool: 

Later!

"MONGOOSE"  :peelout:

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