So the other day I got a flat tire on my way to work. Thank goodness I was almost at work when it went flat. I was slowing down to make the turn to the street I work on when I felt the wheel wobbling and the steering wheel jerking to the left. Pulled into work, and sure enough- flat as a pancake. I got it all jacked up, took the wheel off at put the spare on. But that's when I realized that I have the most ballin' spare ever. It's made by Enkei so you know it's legit.

I checked the date code and the tires are just over 3 years old, so dry rot is ruled out. I'm still confused how I managed a blowout on relatively fresh tires.

The spare in question, but wait for it.

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BOOM! Did somebody say offset?!

Why? Because Brembos. Why Brembos? Because manual trans salesman sedan.

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See the Enkei logo cast in for true legitimacy of spare.

My new tire was sitting on my front porch yesterday when I got home from work and I had it installed down the street from me shortly after. Back to work, ballin' on mismatched tires *sigh* #poorpeopleproblems

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