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Old 03-06-2003, 03:44 PM   #11
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Ol Timer, you MINIMIZED sliding sideways? You ruin all the fun!

Give that orphan some fun! I know Drifter and Hector spend enough time in 4 wheel drifts, they're gonna have to install headlights on the sides of their cars.
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I think the terminology for "sliding sideways" has changed to Power-Slide now. But I leave that to all the 4WD SUV'* that I'll be passing on the way home tonight.
BTW, is it considered a "Kill" when you pass an SUV that can't make it up a hill in the snow???
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No, that'* SLAUGHTER! Maybe mutilation.
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what size of tires are u running on your 89SE? I'm running 215/65/R15'* and living in wyoming i'd like to be able to find a good winter tire but it seems like the only thing in this size is either performance or touring. What about a good solid winter tire?
I'm running 215/65/R15'* as well, BF Goodrich TA'*..just had the fronts changed about 4 months ago. That might have something to do with it.
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I solved the problem easily.......
Moved from Ohio.......to * Carolina........
"poof"..........No more snow trouble............ :P
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we are getting a ton of snow now sheez...why Willis why ..oh well can`t drive in it anyway ...to test my Hankook W400 silica tires ..( knee was rebuilt)..she would spin for a sec.the TC took over and no more spinnin` :goodmorning:
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