Where do you plan on putting it?
The problem you're going to have is that the spare has to be big enough to clear the bigger brake rotors, and has to be an 18" wheel. That rules out using one from another Caliber. Being that the spare on the other Calibers is nearly all wheel and little rubber, if you found a spare wheel, I doubt you'd find a tire with small enough sidewalls to fit in the cargo area. It might be easier to just by 4 run flat tires.I was going to hang it off the back hatch like a jeep. lol
The spare tire hole in the trunk. Gunna get rid of that styrofoam holder jobby that sits in its place.
The regular Caliber spare wheel well is designed for a 16" space-saver with Tire T155/90D16I'm not a big fan of the absence of a spare tire in our cars. Just wondering if anyone is running with a spare? Recomendations on where to get one and what to get?
The flat fixer pump is both a gunk delivery thing AND a regular air pump.Dave's right. You'd be better off carrying a tire plugging kit and small air compressor around with you that plugs into your cigarette lighter.
The Export Calibers with the 16" Spacesaver spare fit the front caliperI notice that the rear calipers are much smaller than the front.
If you have a blow-out out on the front you just have to replace a rear wheel with the donut, then swap the front blow out for the good rear wheel.
2006 Sebring Spare Tire/Wheel T125/70D15 Goodyear Convenience SpareIs this really going to fit?
I'm afraid all my Calibuddies are state-side mate. Anyone know the size of a state-side Cali spare? Will that work in the rear of the SRT4?The Export Calibers with the 16" Spacesaver spare fit the front caliper
Could be worth trying if a Calibuddy has one.