Ok guys, listen up. I know its a little complicated so I broke it down into steps for those that don't know how to do this
1. First, pop the hatch so it looks like this, you dont want to mess up on this step or you might run into problems later on.
2. It is critical that you use the hook provided to secure the board properly so it does not fall on your head causing bodily harm and a trip to the emergency room.
3. Once you have safely secured the floor board, you should see this in front of you. Once at this stage, twist the white hand screw in the middle of the Bose sub counter-clockwise. If you twist the wrong way, you could possibly snap the bolt.
4. Once fully unscrewed, the bolt should just slide out and look like this.
5. Gently lift the Bose sub trying to be very gentle as contains delicate audio equipment and place to the side for the next step
6. This is by far the most difficult part in removing the spare. depending on your size, this might take two people to lift out of the hatch.
7. Now place the Bose sub back into the original location. Make sure to tighten the bolt firmly or you might experience rattling when the Bass hits HARD!
8. This is an optional step that you may take as you wont be needing these item anymore. but make sure you keep the tow hook!
9. These are the pieces you should have once they are all removed
10. The spare tire
Now for some weights! I (Krayzie) am not responsible for any miscalculations as this scale is not legal for trade?
-The Spare weighs a Whopping 52.8 lbs.
-The Jack weights 8 lbs.
-All the Tools combined weigh 12 lbs.
*sorry for any spelling mistakes:cool:
What spelling mistakes:wub:.
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