No spare on the SRT8's because of the Brembo's. We get a little compressor and fix a flat which destroys the tire. There is a guy that changed out his battery to the Optima which gave him enough room to fit a factory 20" wheel/tire but no way Jose with 22's.Wtf were is the spare tire? Where is the Jack I guess there is no need since THERE IS NO SPARE Tire? What's up with this there trying to save a couple of dollars I assume.
wow what kind of salesguy did you all buy from? i explain all that to my customers because i personally hate not knowing everything up front. what if you didnt find that out until you had a flat???Hahahaha. I didnt figure this out till I got home either. Luckily with the tire pressure sensors you can detect a leak quik and hopefully deal with it before its too late.
Maybe a silly question, but have you tried to use that jack? Do a dry run, make sure that sucker will fit under the car.I bought a nice used OEM spare (with pressure sensor) from another forum member. I cleaned it real nice and put it in one of those Tire Tote wrapper/carriers. Then I got the OEM Charger jack & lug wrench and put them in a little canvas bag to keep in the trunk storage well along with a tire plug kit.
When I go for a drive outside my local area I just throw the spare in the trunk and have no worries. The tire/wheel/sensor combo ran me $500.00. I forget what the jack/wrench went for but it was cheap. Worth it for peace of mind.
It's just hard to find a single spare tire set-up. People mostly sell them as used sets of 4 but I think they could make more selling them individually.
I use the jack from my wife's Pacifica when I change my oil. There is a notch in the lower panel to allow the jack to slide in. Then I jack the car high enough to get my floor jack under the car and lift it the rest of the way. So the Charger jack should work.Maybe a silly question, but have you tried to use that jack? Do a dry run, make sure that sucker will fit under the car.
It will fit with just a little clearance left. That jack is flat! But I actually bought a single "Trak-Jax" from RaceRamps.com just in case. I can just roll up on that if need be.Maybe a silly question, but have you tried to use that jack? Do a dry run, make sure that sucker will fit under the car.
The dealership is full of crap. Here's the TSB. Print it out and show them you know more than they do.I dont mind the battery being in the trunk but I do mind the headlight covers hazing over after a rain or a wash, and the dealership saying yeah Chrysler knows about it and theres no fix