Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2004 07:42:15 -0700
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From: jimt <camper@TACTICAL-BUS.INFO>
Subject: Re: Michelin XCA and steel wheels for sale PNW-chains
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Got a note from a guy up in the hills. Seems he did something that is
probably happening in this group. He put a different size tire on his truck
and found out his chains donΉt fit those tires. If you have changed to a
different tire size you may want to read the label on your chain pack if you
still have it. Still got mine and checked it after I got that note.
On 12/24/04 7:08 AM, "John Rodgers" <inua@CHARTER.NET> wrote:
> In October you take'em to the tire shop and have steel studs installed,
> then go to the local Sears or Flaps and buy new tire chains........and
> Oh, yes, get a new tow strap.
> Funny though, I wound up with a big pile of tire chains that never got
> used. But I was always prepared.
> John Rodgers
> 88 GL Driver
> Wes Ullrich wrote:
>> Having lived there last summer, you would be fine between mid May and
>> october, except for the freak storm. The bigger threat in the summer
>> would be the abundance of dirt roads and bad surfaces of some of the
>> ones. ex, the Alaska Highway is a bit rough in parts.
>> Take them there after october though, and youre SOL, as I found out
>> to get up a 5% incline with all seasons.
Planned insanity is best.
Remember that sanity is optional.
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