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Old 01-13-2022, 11:31 PM
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Originally Posted by CoachKandSportsguy View Post
tire wear depends upon balancing and alignment and driving style. All three seldom stay in their original position, and any all wheel drive always on will reduce the life of a tire by 1/3 due to the all wheel and the differential precision needed to turn the front and back precisely in synch. can't be adjusted and so the tiniest of rotation differentials causes excessive wear. and the wear accelerates as the tire circumference differences between front and back gets wider.

but I drive my cars to junk because all cars are future junk . . even new ones

“one hundred will test today——. It only three will keep vehicle long enough to replace the tires”
Old 01-14-2022, 07:06 AM
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Wildwood tire. It’s what they do..

Don’t go to Hot Dog King for Greek food…

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