Whether you experience this existential question sooner because of a fully developed prefrontal cortex, or later perhaps on the side of a cold dark winter road, is of itself a mind-blowing existential question.
That tire is definitely expired.
I don't think I've lowered my spare in the 9 years I've owned my Pilot.
Not only that, but what year is your Pilot? Bet your spare has that not-so-fresh feeling.I don't think I've lowered my spare in the 9 years I've owned my Pilot.
Last weekend I had the vehicle on jack stands while replacing the shocks and when I saw the spare I decided to check the air pressure (how many of you have check the spare's pressure?). After reading the user manual to find out how to lower the spare, it had 14 psi--not the recommended 60 psi. I had to recharge my portable compressor 3 times to inflate the spare to 60 psi.
At 14 psi, the spare would have been of little use if I had needed it.
No, it's a donut.You are probably right but I don't want to think about it.... Is the rim for the spare a "normal" rim (i.e., can I mount a real tire onto the spare rim)?