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Date:         Wed, 8 Mar 2006 14:03:21 -0500
Reply-To:     Daniel Stevens <dosteven@SYR.EDU>
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From:         Daniel Stevens <dosteven@SYR.EDU>
Subject:      Re: will it fit in the garage--donut spares
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I have 2 Audi 5000Turbos (dads avant +1parts) with donut spares these are both a quattro so they have to be 'tall' not short ala typical donut spare for the awd to not be harmed.

thankfully my DD 5000 turbo quattro has a fullsized spare so I can run any odd combination i want to buy 5 of.

I don't think the vanagon ever came w/ donut spare.

From: Tim Demarest <tim.demarest@POBOX.COM> Subject: Re: Re;

Bare rims would be hard on my blacktop driveway... but are any of those ridiculous donut spares available in the Vanagon bolt pattern?

Sorry of this devolves into yet another tire thread. :-)

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