Is the Toyota Tacoma spare rim the same as the ones on the ground

Asked by Apr 07, 2013 at 12:13 PM about the 2013 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner Access Cab V6 SB

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Sometimes you have a full size spare tire. Sometimes you have a space saving spare that has a high pressure (~60psi). Sometimes you have a can similar to "Fix A Flat" instead of a spare. -- It depends on what the maker puts in the car. If you have a full sized or space saver spare, check the air pressure yearly. A flat spare tire isn't much good.

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Same size tire and same make YES that's if you are the original owner BUT dose not have the Mag type wheel ................................You know that 1995 to 2000 are not recalled but they are giving you 1 and half it's retail value if the frame was not dipped proper by Dana . you would have got a letter but if not you really can not see the problem yourself you have to disassemble a little. I just got 12k for a 99 that was wreaked could have got 17k if I went in 3 years ago. go to Toyota nation.com

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