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Author Topic: Tire tread design?  (Read 6914 times)
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I'd rather be lucky than good.

« Reply #15 on: December 22, 2012, 12:37:04 PM »

I've driven a tandem axle crown, and my experiences do not match yours.  We had to get a duece to jerk it off the lawn.

Rick A. Cone
Silverdale, WA
66 Crowny Crown "The Ark"
Angola Coach Conversion "Aesop's Tortoise"
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« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2012, 03:43:35 PM »

Or large tires in snow, give me the skinny tires for mpg & traction on slick conditions...

Dave -

That reminds me of the award-winning advertisement Doyle Dane Bernbach created for Volkswagen back in 1964:

VW snowplow



RJ Long
PD4106-2784 No More
S13406 1978 MC-5C Converted
S14947 1980 MC-5C Shell
Cheney WA
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