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B1bster

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About B1bster

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    Mark

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  • Lexus Model
    GS450h
  • Year of Lexus
    2008
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Lancashire
  1. Problem Boot

    Hi Gents, This is my first time on any forum but after the other day i just had to come on and have my say. I have a Gs450h which i must say is a very nice car indeed. After a lot of research I decided to swap my S type for one. On coming out of the house the other morning I noticed a flat rear Tyre. I promptly got to work to change it for the space saver in the boot. Soon the space saver was in place and nuts tightened. The problem I then had was putting the flat wheel in the boot to take it for repair. I cant believe that the flat wheel is unable to fit in the boot Evan after removing all the carpets and trays I still couldn't close the lid. I found my self putting a dirty wheel on the back seats of the car to get it to the repairers. I was obviously aware of the boot size after my research but not for one minute did i think I wouldn't be able to put a flat in the boot. Im only glad that the flat was at home and not on the M1 with a car full of people ?
  2. Hi Gents, This is my first time on any forum but after the other day i just had to come on and have my say. I have a Gs450h which i must say is a very nice car indeed. After a lot of research I decided to swap my S type for one. On coming out of the house the other morning I noticed a flat rear Tyre. I promptly got to work to change it for the space saver in the boot. Soon the space saver was in place and nuts tightened. The problem I then had was putting the flat wheel in the boot to take it for repair. I cant believe that the flat wheel is unable to fit in the boot Evan after removing all the carpets and trays I still couldn't close the lid. I found my self putting a dirty wheel on the back seats of the car to get it to the repairers. I was obviously aware of the boot size after my research but not for one minute did i think I wouldn't be able to put a flat in the boot. Im only glad that the flat was at home and not on the M1 with a car full of people ?