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Correct Tire and Rim Search '67 Sprite

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skimmermike Michael M
Mount Airy, Maryland, USA   USA
HELP- Trying to acquire a spare tire, hubcap and rim for my car. I want a set that could go in rotation with the car's tires that are on it. The car has the stock steel rims and Monarch 165/R13 tires. I can't locate either online. The tires I know are bigger then OEM but that is how I purchased the car and it seems to drive fine. Good wheel well clearance. Any suggestions is appreciated.

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refisk Rick Fisk
Frankenmuth, Michigan, USA   USA
Hi michael,

Can't help you on the tire, but the wheels and hubcaps show up on ebay all the time. I've got a bunch of used wheels in storage and might even have a spare used hubcap. Moss has the hubcaps for sale, P/N 200-340.

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skimmermike Michael M
Mount Airy, Maryland, USA   USA
Thanks. Been on internet all day searching and decided to buy the hubcap new from Moss $58. Expensive but wanted them all to match. Also found five steel rims on ebay. Was able to get them, all lugs and spare tire clamp for $150 to my door. That means I have four rims too many! I joined the Harrisburg PA chapter of AH club so I'll bring them to my first meeting and see if I can get back some of my money. I wanted a spare in the trunk. It's a small space but looked really empty ! Also, from previous post about my tachometer, I took it out and set to Nisonger Instruments in New York for repair. Waiting for the return.

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