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PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 3:24 pm 
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I want to buy 3 more spare 14" wheels for the geo metro convertible. But their not all designed the same. Some have a big bow in the spokes. My current one does not.

If you have a spare 14" wheel please let me know how much you want for it. It must look like mine tho.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 4:58 pm 
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Please post a picture of what you want.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 5:30 pm 
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the verts oem steel wheels were 13". swift gt cars had 14" steelies.

do you want the space saver spares from the trunk?

oh, and the proper section for this would be "parts wanted." :wink:

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 1:34 am 
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The spare wheels for the verts were 14". They were 13" for the Metro.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 1:40 am 
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Yes, I do want the space saver wheels from the trunk. That's what I meant to say. The space saver is the 14" and I need 3 of them but I need pics and measurements to verify they match my current wheel.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2015 8:42 pm 
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True confession time: I'm dying to find out what your intended use might be??? I think I have one in the pile and will coming through the people's republic of Madison the last Friday in March on the way to a Men's retreat in Milwaukee. Jonathan

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2015 12:00 pm 
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My intended use; My geo convertible rides too low to the ground. I want larger wheels and tires to raise it up a bit but I don't want the wheels to be any wider than my current wheels. I'm no spring chick anymore so I find it very hard to get in and out of my car. I look into having custom wheels made and it would cost way too much.
if you find yourself coming through Madison next month then I would be glad to meet you anywhere to buy your wheel from you. But can you send me a picture of it first?


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2015 1:00 pm 
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Interesting :
Using spare tires for every day use
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2015 3:06 pm 
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sadly I don't think that wheel will work. if you look at the wheel from the top side the center will bulge out. The bulge on my wheel will only stick out about an inch, I think yours will stick out 2 inches or more.


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http://ask.metafilter.com/62460/How-lon ... ight-spare
http://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/ho ... e-7710515/
http://www.autoblog.com/2010/04/16/donut-spare-tire/

Still want to run spares on your car?

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 7:15 pm 
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it's not difficult to find 14" wheels for these cars. i run them on both of my verts, a set of suzuki 7 spokes on one and a set of american racing wheels on the other.

suzuki gt cars used 14" steel rims that are an easy swap and there are many options out there for aftermarket 14" rims.

the space saver spare rims are thinner and weaker and were only meant as an emergency replacement for no more that 50 miles and at speeds not to exceed 50 mph.

you can do a search and find wheels from other cars that use the 114.3/ 4 1/2" bolt pattern that would be much safer to use.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2015 10:01 am 
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doesnotcompute wrote:
I find it very hard to get in and out of my car.


You need to hit the weight room, yoga class, hot tub, and local vegetarian restaurant, not the local space saver spare peddler. Is your weight in the correct range for your age group and body type? How many miles are you running each day?


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2015 6:39 pm 
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Come on coaster II, What a pathetic response :shock: :shock: :shock: . I can't believe you posted that :shock: :shock: :shock: . Normally I find your posts humorous or at least interesting . This one is way past the pale :oops: :oops: :oops: . Were you drunk, high, stupid or all three?? :thwack: :thwack: Do you even Know this person. ? They're age?, They're infirmities or illnesses? could they have a thyroid condition? Have you walked a mile in they're shoes? I don't recall seeing your name in last years list of Olympic champions... Nor does you your picture appear when I wiki "Adonis"
Come on; Have you no Class or decency at all???
If your response was meant as a joke. I AM HERE TO TELL YOU IT WAS NOT FUNNY!!!!! And if so please delete it in its entirety A.S.A.P.. At the very least, You Owe "doesnotcompute" (And the rest of us who had the unfortunate experience of reading your drivel) an apology.
Another thought, Have you taken it as your own personal mission to try to kill our forum??? Think your response through to it natural conclusion. Say you you recently joined as a new member of this (Or any) enthusiast forum with 10-15 posts to your credit. Then some "duffus" (That's a highly technical term meaning "Self-righteous arrogant fool) Rips into you for no reason, about a "POSSIBLE" "PERCEIVED" physical attribute that you may or may not be able to do something about. Tell me honestly would you want to continue to be a part of that forum???
1 final thought) As grandma used to say. "It is better to be silent and thought to be a fool, then to open ones mouth and to remove all benefit of the doubt" please ponder the the wisdom in this last statement Coaster II, hopefully you will show the wisdom to apply it as needed in the future.

Yours truly Jonathan, Best wishes to everyone else

P.S. to Doesnotcompute. I would like to apologize on behalf of the rest of us who are enthusiastic members of Teamswift. Coaster II in NO-WAY represents the opinion or attitude demonstrated by the vast majority of members. As with most families (be they real or virtual) there are members that the only time they take they're foot out of they're mouth, is to change feet. :oops: :oops: :oops:
You have now met one of our more consistent examples (also commonly recognized as the north end of a south bound mule) The rest of us are pleased, excited and honoured to count you among us.
We look forward to hearing how you successfully resolve the situation with your Vert.

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1989 GTI (white)104k 5sp,AC (Resto-mod completed 1999). (looks great, But rusted out ,need clean southern body.)Help!?
1991 Vert (red) 129k 5sp,AC, Resto-Mod, 95% Done.(Clean SW car) Summer driver
1993 GT(Teal) 103k 5sp,AC,w/P-wdws, Resto-Mod,80% done.(Clean SW car) Custom Interior Next
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2015 9:43 pm 
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welcome to your well deserved new forum rank. :-P

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2015 11:40 pm 
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What Jonathan said..............


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 12:45 am 
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Nice
Let me pull up a seat and get some snacks
I subrcibe this thread......GO.!


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jaguar,vettes&sprints wrote:
Nice
Let me pull up a seat and get some snacks
I subrcibe this thread......GO.!


:ez_lol: :ez_lol: :ez_lol:

I think I'll join you Scotty. I thought I was the only one who thought Boaster was a dick.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 1:16 am 
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top down@-40 wrote:
jaguar,vettes&sprints wrote:
Nice
Let me pull up a seat and get some snacks
I subrcibe this thread......GO.!


:ez_lol: :ez_lol: :ez_lol:

I think I'll join you Scotty. I thought I was the only one who thought Boaster was a dick.


:werd: :werd:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Got my chair pulled up too


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 2:14 am 
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doesnotcompute wrote:
My geo convertible rides too low to the ground. I want larger wheels and tires to raise it up a bit but I don't want the wheels to be any wider than my current wheels.


Honestly Idont think driving around on 4 spare tires is such a good idea, they were made for emergency only!!! so you could drive to nearest shop, not for everyday use! or especially having all 4 on a car, I belive it would feel like wearing roller skates on ice :)
how about you forget the tires and rims and install a gti springs in your shocks? they are so high it will look like an SUV. :)
on 14" rims I had tires 175/65 and original shocks and springs, still the car had like 2,5 " from tires to edge of chassis and the car was very comfortable but a bit flimsy :)
but nothing compared to driving on all 4 spares(and those spare "tires" arent made from rubber but plastic, and theyre probably 20 yrs old)

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 5:18 am 
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Prairie to Pine Co. wrote:
Come on coaster II, What a pathetic response :shock: :shock: :shock: . I can't believe you posted that :shock: :shock: :shock: . Normally I find your posts humorous or at least interesting . This one is way past the pale :oops: :oops: :oops: . Were you drunk, high, stupid or all three?? :thwack: :thwack: Do you even Know this person. ? They're age?, They're infirmities or illnesses? could they have a thyroid condition? Have you walked a mile in they're shoes? I don't recall seeing your name in last years list of Olympic champions... Nor does you your picture appear when I wiki "Adonis"
Come on; Have you no Class or decency at all???
If your response was meant as a joke. I AM HERE TO TELL YOU IT WAS NOT FUNNY!!!!! And if so please delete it in its entirety A.S.A.P.. At the very least, You Owe "doesnotcompute" (And the rest of us who had the unfortunate experience of reading your drivel) an apology.
Another thought, Have you taken it as your own personal mission to try to kill our forum??? Think your response through to it natural conclusion. Say you you recently joined as a new member of this (Or any) enthusiast forum with 10-15 posts to your credit. Then some "duffus" (That's a highly technical term meaning "Self-righteous arrogant fool) Rips into you for no reason, about a "POSSIBLE" "PERCEIVED" physical attribute that you may or may not be able to do something about. Tell me honestly would you want to continue to be a part of that forum???
1 final thought) As grandma used to say. "It is better to be silent and thought to be a fool, then to open ones mouth and to remove all benefit of the doubt" please ponder the the wisdom in this last statement Coaster II, hopefully you will show the wisdom to apply it as needed in the future.

Yours truly Jonathan, Best wishes to everyone else

P.S. to Doesnotcompute. I would like to apologize on behalf of the rest of us who are enthusiastic members of Teamswift. Coaster II in NO-WAY represents the opinion or attitude demonstrated by the vast majority of members. As with most families (be they real or virtual) there are members that the only time they take they're foot out of they're mouth, is to change feet. :oops: :oops: :oops:
You have now met one of our more consistent examples (also commonly recognized as the north end of a south bound mule) The rest of us are pleased, excited and honoured to count you among us.
We look forward to hearing how you successfully resolve the situation with your Vert.


I reread mine and doesnotcompute's posts and so sorry, but I'm not retracting a single word or apologizing for anything. I think you are the one who's overreacting and the fact all the usual suspects have lined up behind you doesn't phase me one iota. I found it much easier to get in and out of my triumph spitfire when i was 20 than i do now but im not going to raise my triumph spitfire im going to keep getting in and out of it till my upperbody strength gets to where it should be. at times i've thought like doesnotcompute and blamed age on lessened abilities, but after thinking it through have decided that's a cop out. my back is currently fucked up from hand bombing railway ties into my truck but I'm not going to use age as an excuse to stop hand bombing railway ties into my truck. I'm going to rest my back for a bit and keep hand bombing ties til my back gets stronger. And yes, Viagra free fucking the shit out of hot young chicks is still one of my more favoured forms of excercise. Thankyou kindly for your comments, I don't, however, agree with you.

addendum: and in my opinion 85% of people in doctors offices or hospitals are there because of poor diet, inadequate excercise or bad lifestyle chioices like smoking, gluttony, etc. etc.


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I believe Grandma has been proven right again!
And Canadians are supposed to be such a polite lot.........most of us ,anyhow.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 7:26 am 
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I was going to sit by and watch until I became the usual suspect. Let me put Coasters statement in plain English for everyone...

I'm a racist (shown in previous posts) I think I am better than anyone who disagrees with my views (shown in previous posts). Everyone who disagrees with me is a commie or a dictator (shown in previous posts). Rednecks are below me (my apologies to rednecks) (shown in previous posts). I'm going to drive my body into the ground until I become the burden on society that I hate so much right now and are angry about having to support in this communist country of Canada. Then I'll complain when no one wants to support me because I've completely F*d my body and I believed the people that said if you work it, it will become better (that may be true sometimes but only for minor injuries. Major problems are only compounded by continuing down that path).

Welcome to aging Coaster. It's like saying "I've only had my bell rung, it's not a concussion". You should work for the NFL. Do you know what it's like to go through life with arthritis?, I didn't think so. How about MS?, no?. Parkinson's?, of course not. You're too good for that. There is one disability you definitely have and that is the same one I see with physically fit people who park in disabled parking spots at the mall. It's a mental disability. It's not visible but it's there and you have it so go ahead and park where you want, I understand. You're mentally incapable of caring about those who are physically less fortunate than you (so far).

As for the hotties, Pics or it didn't happen :ez_pimp: .

Oh ya, how's that 2 year old 5 hour clutch job coming along? That's what I thought :roll: We'll attribute that to your disabilities and will forgive you for not getting it done. We understand that buying more beaters and chasing tail is a much higher priority and when you add in the time you spend commenting on things you know nothing about here, there is no time to spend actually doing something.

I could go on but I will refrain (for the moment) so others have a chance to add to it. Popcorn anyone?, but it won't be buttered or salted because that goes against Coasters beliefs.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:00 am 
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I guess we have just witnessed one of the few downsides of our great countries, Freedom of speech (and therefore opinions) is one of our dearest freedoms. It allows the ignorant and the bigots the freedoms (and with this forum a platform) to spout they're drivel. It is therefore incumbent on the rest of us in civilised society to speak out and marginalize those who overstep the bounds of decency and graciousness and to call out those who do overstep.
With that, goes out the challenge to the everyone else with a sense of propriety here on Teamswift. Put down the Popcorn. and chime in on what's right. I believe you all can recognise what that is. My real hope was and is that Coaster II would recognise that no one appointed him GOD of the universe. (I believe that position has been adequately filled) and judge over mankind, or at the very least. What may be right for him. May not be the perfect solution for everyone. (At least without Knowing additional facts. And then offering the critique in a more private and personal setting if a private personal friendship developed)
I would also like to offer an apology to anyone (To include Coaster II) If I have overstepped myself in any way. :oops: :oops: or offended anyone, :oops: :oops: (That means you Coaster II) But with it a challenge. that we keep this forum a positive force in our lives, encourage each other where we can, both in our vehicles and our personal lives. Let this forum continue to be a place to come for fun,Humour, enlightenment and a refuge from the garbage that the rest of the world heaps on each other. A place we each look forward to going each day In other words, lets think before we speak.

Best wishes to each (To include Coaster II :) :) ) Jonathan :)

end of Rant :oops: :oops: (or was that end of sermon =) =) )

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1991 Vert (red) 129k 5sp,AC, Resto-Mod, 95% Done.(Clean SW car) Summer driver
1993 GT(Teal) 103k 5sp,AC,w/P-wdws, Resto-Mod,80% done.(Clean SW car) Custom Interior Next
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I don't have time for a detailed response right now but yes, growing old sucks shit as your body falls apart, but its worth realizing a lot of damage people sustain is self inflicted through poor diet, excercise, etc. I think it is useful for all human beings to remember that at one time in our evolvement, with essentially the same body we all have today, we human beings used to hunt deer by running after them until they droppped from exhaustion then we'd kill them eat them. Those guys running deer to death weren't doing it with a body built from Twinkies and Ding Dongs and ice cream and Big Macs.


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Don't look now, But I think we are making progress, Our friend Coaster II appears to be thinking through his response :D :D :D . :
Coaster II , I find myself completely agreeing with absolutely everything that you said in your last post. Yeah and amen. What I took exception to, Was your conjecture that obesity was the basis for doesnotcompute 's problem. (Even if it were), neither you nor I have the right to publicly call that party out over the issue. Our purpose (As I see it) Is to offer as much excellent, accurate,Logical, well thought out advise, to whoever honours us us with a humble request, as this party did. It IS our job to be kind, helpful and considerate in how we respond. In that light, I Humbly ask you to retract what I see is a unkind, judgemental, rude and probably uninformed slam, of a relatively new member. without knowing any of the pertinent facts.

I Confess it was probably in poor taste to call you out publicly, without first having addressed this privately by PM. For this I apologize. Best wishes each. ,Jonathan

To the the armchair spectators out there, I hope the lack of a world class Peeing contest, doesn't disappoint anyone to much. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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1987 Sprint Turbo (Red) 75k 5sp,AC, w/cruise, Resto-Mod,owned since 1997) (looking for dash)
1989 GTI (white)104k 5sp,AC (Resto-mod completed 1999). (looks great, But rusted out ,need clean southern body.)Help!?
1991 Vert (red) 129k 5sp,AC, Resto-Mod, 95% Done.(Clean SW car) Summer driver
1993 GT(Teal) 103k 5sp,AC,w/P-wdws, Resto-Mod,80% done.(Clean SW car) Custom Interior Next
1994 Swift GS 4Dr sedan Ford Kona Blue 87k 1.3 SOHC


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