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Q: How do I remove the spare tire?

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How do I remove the spare tire?

A: Removing the spare tire is an important ste...

Removing the spare tire is an important step when fixing a flat tire. This is what will replace it. To remove the spare tire.

  1. Locate the tire tool set.

  2. Look under the rear of the bed and the spare tire will be fastened to the undercarriage.

  3. Use the correct tool to unscrew the pin or bolt and slowly let the spare tire down.

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