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Author Topic: Quad-axle Scenicruiser?  (Read 9575 times)
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« Reply #15 on: July 25, 2010, 10:40:06 AM »

BK, if you had handled the bus poorly & wrecked it, they would have learned what terror really is!

There is scary & then there is real terror - hard to know the difference until you are unfortunate enough to experience the real deal.  Wink

Safe roads to all

Quote from: kyle4501
It is very likely the extra steer axle will increase stability in the event one tire fails.  Grin

FWIW, it has been my experience (after 3 or 4 front tire blowouts) that the driver's response has the most influence on the level terror experienced.
Over correcting or slamming on the brakes = more terror.

Kyle, 56 passengers and a huge bang like a 10 gauge shoot gun going off in the bus = terror ~ regardless how smooth the driver handles it and brings it to a stop! Speaking from experience BTDT! Grin
Grin  BK  Grin

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