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I just lost 2 tires to a pothole. Since the car has 35K miles I decided to try and find a full size spare wheel for one of the remaining good tires as a spare (donut was used and would need replacing otherwise). Car is 2015 Limited with 7x17 50 5-lug 114.3. Plain ole steel would be fine, but there doesn't seem to be any available. Anybody got any ideas where to get a cheap wheel? Also what is the center hole size? Thanks...
 

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Guessing your car is a Hyundai. Which model? Most of them can support a wheel of a smaller diameter, which costs less than the OEM wheel size and the proper selection of tire size makes the outer diameter the same and therefore compatible.


Center hole is 67.1mm - same as Kia, Mitsubishi, Mazda, and many Ford (rebadged flammable Mazdas) and Chrysler/Dodge (rebadged transmission-eating Mitsubishis)


If your car has alloys and you buy a steel wheel, you need five open lug nuts to use on the spare. The lug nuts for the alloys will bottom out before tightening down against the wheel.
 
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