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    She sure looks like it's worth the wait. Can't wait for you to get it and get into finishing it. Perley
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    OK, gotta ask, what is the plan if you have a flat tire? This is a common problem and you have me thinking to check mine. I know the back tires are removable on a two post BUT are they removable along the highway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveS53 View Post
    This tire removal problem extends to a whole lot of cars that you seen in the magazines, particularly those with the tires that are 18-22 inches wide and 31-33 inches tall. Unless the opening in the fender is as large as the tire, it can't be changed out on the road.

    A tire plug kit might be the ticket, just to get the car home.
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    I had a set of slicks for my 59 Ford that I had to remove the brake drum for enough clearance to get the tire into the fender and then slide the drum back up inside the wheel and onto the studs------------Ahhhhhh, Fuel Dragsters and farm tractors are sooooooooooo nice when it comes to tire changing----if you have rubber tires instead of them steelie spikes------

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    ....Ahhhhhh, Fuel Dragsters and farm tractors are sooooooooooo nice when it comes to tire changing----if you have rubber tires instead of them steelie spikes------
    ...add Highboy coupes & roadsters to your list too, Jerry.
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