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    Might be stuck.

    Im out on the opihr grade between Virginia City and Carson city. In my compass and had a rock sliced a tire. I may need some assistance if anybody is able.


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    Doing what I can to get off the trail. IMG_1347.jpg. Its stupid this thing didnt come with a spare 🤦*♀️


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    That sucks! Wrong side of the country or Id be heading your way


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    Might be stuck.

    Quote Originally Posted by black pearl View Post
    Doing what I can to get off the trail. IMG_1347.jpg. Its stupid this thing didnt come with a spare 🤦*♀️


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    What??? No Spare? Are you sure? Its gotta be under the hatch behind the back seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    What??? No Spare? Are you sure?
    A spare is an option on the cherokees and renegades.


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    Quote Originally Posted by overlanderjk View Post
    a spare is an option on the cherokees and renegades.


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    wtf?......

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    What??? No Spare? Are you sure?
    Its got a mopar air compressor in the hole the spare would sit. I guess they dont expect people to leave the road with these things.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    That sucks! Wrong side of the country or Id be heading your way


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    The plug holds about five minutes at a time so Im slowly working my way off the trail. Only got about two and a half miles till pavement now.


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    What did you plug that with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
    What did you plug that with?

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    Looks like that amazon tire plug kit. The patches are brown instead of black.


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