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Old 01-20-2005, 11:55 PM   #11
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Lakeville hit it on the head. They're cold and they have no grip...
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Mine are too bald to really scream, going straight.


Now with those new sway bars....
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Yeah, that'* what I figured.


...I was kinda hoping someone would tell me to get new tires....
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Yeah, that'* what I figured.


...I was kinda hoping someone would tell me to get new tires....
Oh ya I COMPLETELY forgot.......Get new tires......lol
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:runs to the next room:

...HONEY!... The guys on the BC tell me I need new tires.... I'm gonna take off work tomorrow afternoon, ok?

Wait, what do you mean -couch- ?
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...HONEY!... The guys on the BC tell me I need new tires.... I'm gonna take off work tomorrow afternoon, ok?

Wait, what do you mean -couch- ?


LOL I know EXACTLY what you mean...hahaha
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How do you like those Pilot Sport A/*? What kinda price were they? I'm starting to gather info for this spring or summer purchase i'll be doing... I figure tires and struts at once will make the handling a lil better...
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Yeah, that'* what I figured.


...I was kinda hoping someone would tell me to get new tires....
Oh ya I COMPLETELY forgot.......Get new tires......lol
Why don't you just go and get some NEW TIRES
Oh and go ahead and take the aftenoon off so you can get that done before the weekend
that way you can drive around instead of being on the couch
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How do you like those Pilot Sport A/*? What kinda price were they? I'm starting to gather info for this spring or summer purchase i'll be doing... I figure tires and struts at once will make the handling a lil better...
I've liked them. Until recently, I never experienced hydroplaning unless the puddle was more pond-like, and wet-dry grip was pretty good.
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i experience that with my big rims? i think its because of newer tires
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