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spot on all due to silly emission regs!

I have a full size spare in my top! now, my dealer had a customer that did not want a spare and i had a compressor i did not want.

we swapped between cars and drove of happy

How lucky were you. These things don't happen very often, right place at right time. I'll be buying one off ebay. Would I be correct in thinking a 107 spare will do the job?
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How lucky were you. These things don't happen very often, right place at right time. I'll be buying one off ebay. Would I be correct in thinking a 107 spare will do the job?
107 have 14" wheels, all the 108's have 15" except the low spec access
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107 have 14" wheels, all the 108's have 15" except the low spec access
Looks same PCD, centre bore and offset. So should be okay.
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Looks same PCD, centre bore and offset. So should be okay.
the different rolling radius may well mess the abs and esp up when you are running 1 smaller wheel
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the different rolling radius may well mess the abs and esp up when you are running 1 smaller wheel
Checked in car showroom, 108 has a 15" steel spare with 125/70 tyre fitted. Same as fitted to Yaris, so just bought one off ebay, brand new with new tyre fitted for 35 delivered. Just need to get the jack, plenty on ebay off of 107, C1, Aygo, but the foam holder will be too small for the 15" wheel as designed to fit in 14" wheel. No big deal, just be a bit loose, fixed with some double sided tape.
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The 15" spare is a space saver. The overall wheel is about an inch smaller in diameter, so that will have some impact on speedo readings, etc.
I just wonder if the TPMS light will illuminate when using the spare wheel, it should do.
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I had a slow puncture last week and luckily got to a garage for a repair before having to resort to using the puncture repair kit! But I realised I need to source a space saver tyre ASAP- peugeot want 170 for one!!! I googled the spec on the door and it came up with this....

http://www.clickontyres.co.uk/premiu...retyre-17-95m-

Does that look right? Will it come ready to use? I'm clueless!
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The wheels might be smaller but are the tyres not thicker to make the actual radius the same?
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No idea!
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Hey

Where is the hidden spot for the spare located in 108?

Thanks!
its under the mat in the boot.
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