Spare Tire for Type R

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Hmmm, why is #4, the tire, not included in set #1?



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Called this problem in today, no spare but my dealer said 300 for the stock tire and 700 for the stock rim. Also looking into after market options since it is just a spare.
Why do you need a spare tire when you have a solution in the car?

 

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So I had one of our parts guy check this out at work today. I gave him my VIN number to be more accurate. 06421-TGH-A22ZA is on back-order. 06421-TGH-A32ZA is still under development. These are both temporary spare tire kit (does not include tire). One of this kit (can't remember which one) is to be used with snow tires. My employee price for a full size wheel is $744. I don't want to go to that route, rather wait for a temporary spare tire kit and save some $$$.
 
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So I had one of our parts guy check this out at work today. I gave him my VIN number to be more accurate. 06421-TGH-A22ZA is on back-order. 06421-TGH-A32ZA is still under development. These are both temporary spare tire kit (does not include tire). One of this kit (can't remember which one) is to be used with snow tires. My employee price for a full size wheel is $744. I don't want to go to that route, rather wait for a temporary spare tire kit and save some $$$.
That's Insane :banghead: no way!!!
 

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That's Insane :banghead: no way!!!
Just to clear up any confusion the part # for the spare rim is 42700-TGH-K51(Aluminum-Wheel-Disk-18X4T-Hitachi.) The part # for the tire is 42751-CTL-031(Temporary-Tire-T125-70R18-99M-Continental.) $642 for the rim and $155 for the tire. The tire can be purchased elsewhere for $138-$145.
 
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Yes that is correct. It includes the entire kit (tools, jack, lug wrench, temporary wheel) except the temporary tire. You will need to purchase the tire separately. I will check with our parts dept tomorrow to see if this kit is available. I need a temporary spare just in-case something happens. Last time I checked, 1 kit was back-ordered and other kit was still under development.
 

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Sh*t, I got a flat on Sunday in my R , had to get my insurance to tow it to my Honda dealer and it's still there . They're waiting on a tire they ordered. Wow!my life sucks!

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I made a vid on I.G. sharing the spare I discovered. @ff_mayhem

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Do you have a honda part # for the ridgeline spare? must we buy the tire and rim or does it come already mounted?
 

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I made a vid on I.G. sharing the spare I discovered. @ff_mayhem

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Did you also test fit it on the front tire? I'm curious if it will clear the Brembo calipers in the front.
 

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Did you also test fit it on the front tire? I'm curious if it will clear the Brembo calipers in the front.
I don't think they would clear the brakes. If you got a flat up front you would probably need to put the spare on the back and put the factory 20 up front to clear the brake.
 

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