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Old 12-17-2017, 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Nick Graves View Post
Snakecharmer most probably meant "the spacesaver on his Mercedes", as I find it highly unlikely that his son was born with a spacesaver.

But you never know, with petrolheads.
Mods please move this to "car talk - non S2000"
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Mods please move this to "car talk - non S2000"
Why? The OP is asking if he needs special nuts to use a space saver wheel on his S2000.

He is asking this because his son had a problem with the nuts when using a space saver on a Mercedes and though the S2000 might suffer from the same problem.

It's clearly an S2000-related question.
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Mods: can you please move RichMC to 'muppets'?
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Originally Posted by Snakecharmer View Post
My son has just tried to use his spacesaver on his Mercedes to find that the bolts for his alloy wheels are too long for the steel wheel. Do I need special nuts for the Honda S2000?
answer = no

had to read this 3 times before understanding wtf he was talking about.
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Mods: can you please move RichMC to 'muppets'?


Just because the OP can't seem to put an intelligible sentence together doesn't make me a muppet.
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Originally Posted by mikefifth View Post
answer = no

had to read this 3 times before understanding wtf he was talking about.
Only three times Mike well done! got it quicker than I did.

Answer defiantly no as you said, unless he has non standard alloys without the radius coned nuts.
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Your Funny! I must post more often to cheer myself up.
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