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Gents,

Does your spare looks like Alan's or it has holes like mine?



 

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My spare wheel is a 18" Hurricane, exactly the same as the wheels on my RR. :think: I thought the spare was always the same as what came with the car when new.
 

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Mine is a mondial with original scorpion. I remember reading somewhere that upper model cars came with matching style alloys where the lesser model rigs came with steel wheels. If it is a factory wheel I believe it should be the style with the holes. However with so many market variations who knows.
 

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My 1996 DT has a spare with holes. I presumed this was a design feature to prevent water pooling in the groove when stored in the rather aptly named wheel well.
 

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My old '95 SE had a steel spare with holes. My current '99 HSE has a matching Hurricane. Not sure if it is an SE/HSE thing or a difference in year.
 

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97 4.0 SE (UK) has 18" alloys inc spare but with vehicles as old as ours are becoming with yearly spec changes and first owner choosing options and subsequent owners upgrading, losing, trading I suppose "you've got what you've got".......
 

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The P38a low spec version came with 3 different steel wheels, depending on the year:
ANR3232 (with holes I believe)
ANR5829 (without holes?)
and finally RRC114560MUW (only one still available from LR)
 
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