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Will an 8gen space-saver fit 9gen?

I'd like to buy a second-hand space-saver for my 9 gen, as it hasn't been supplied, though the jack and tools are there and the new ones cost stupid money here. I have 16 inch alloys.
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Mainly yes although im not entirely sure about the bore size

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I bought a spare for my 9G and it looks exactly the same as the 8G spare. The only difference for me was I had to buy the new one with the included tools.

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I took my 8gen spare out when I sold car, it now lives in my 9gen, tried fitted and works
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I took my 8gen spare out when I sold car, it now lives in my 9gen, tried fitted and works

What he said................ even transferred the foam squares the spare sat on, so no rattles and it didnt knacker the carpet on the 8gen removing them.
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