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post #31 of 46 (permalink) Old 04-22-2019, 11:12 AM Thread Starter
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Simple solution Robert ... you got a bad set of tires !!! Take 'em back and have them put you on another set of 315's. That's the easy solution. 10 a Z-co Z dog.
I'm going to keep these because they are the smartest tires ever made. They know the difference between concrete and blacktop and Interstate and Country roads.
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I'm going to keep these because they are the smartest tires ever made. They know the difference between concrete and blacktop and Interstate and Country roads.
Bob,
Just to let you know I have RSA's on mine and they track true until I get above 175 MPH. Then they shimmy just a little but still tack true. Just Kidding!!!

I bet you are tired of this tire thing. Did you get it, "TIRE d". Have a good one. If we are pickin on you we are leaving someone else alone.


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I'm going to keep these because they are the smartest tires ever made. They know the difference between concrete and blacktop and Interstate and Country roads.
Bob,
Just to let you know I have RSA's on mine and they track true until I get above 175 MPH. Then they shimmy just a little but still tack true. Just Kidding!!!

I bet you are tired of this tire thing. Did you get it, "TIRE d". Have a good one. If we are pickin on you we are leaving someone else alone.
Yes I am "Tire D" of it. But I guess It is better than being "Tire Less" on the subject. Ha Ha. I like the wider tread, I may need it when coming thru S Dakota if it starts to snow. See you in a few.
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Bob,
Just to let you know I have RSA's on mine and they track true until I get above 175 MPH. Then they shimmy just a little but still tack true. Just Kidding!!!

I bet you are tired of this tire thing. Did you get it, "TIRE d". Have a good one. If we are pickin on you we are leaving someone else alone.
I have to agree with Auggie on this one. My new RSA'S have that same annoying shimmy around 170 or so. But I am just gonna live with it for now!

PS, Doris has got to be a living angel on earth, She is going to heaven for sure!! D
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Tires mounted correctly. Driving home on dry roads, found this feeling is only on certain roads. Dropped pressure and rides smooth. I know people are going to say that never happened to me. Well so be it. It is happening to me. Subject closed. Thanks for all your input.

" So MO is there anything else you want to KNOW. And having probably 3 million + miles under my butt I KNOW when the wind is blowing."

Well, now we all know that you KNOW and the rest of us may KNOW TOO.

It's WHAT we know that has now come to light.
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" So MO is there anything else you want to KNOW. And having probably 3 million + miles under my butt I KNOW when the wind is blowing."

Well, now we all know that you KNOW and the rest of us may KNOW TOO.

It's WHAT we know that has now come to light.
You lost me there MO??????
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Tires mix matched front and back some times do that. They have different sidewall squirm and flex. Had a Camaro many years ago and no money. Had nylon/ polyester tires on the front and got some used radials from a guy and put them on the back. Wow what a wild ride that was. All over the road until I got 2 more radials. Fixed the problem. Might be something similar you are experiencing. Good luck.
Polyester tires..... oh man the rides I had with those! It was normal to drive a few miles with them. Thumping and bumping until they warmed up. Then if they sat over winter, seemed like it took a week to get them round again
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" So MO is there anything else you want to KNOW. And having probably 3 million + miles under my butt I KNOW when the wind is blowing."

Well, now we all know that you KNOW and the rest of us may KNOW TOO.

It's WHAT we know that has now come to light.
Man, thatís deep brother...
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Here is my conclusion. After reading Cozy dogs post about weight distribution I think I have it figured out.. I moved the battery from the inside frame to the outside frame. By doing this I threw off the geometric design of the vehicle which is putting more weight on the right tire and that's causing the squirm. So Mike you need to put a disclaimer in your battery relocation instructions.
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Here is my conclusion. After reading Cozy dogs post about weight distribution I think I have it figured out.. I moved the battery from the inside frame to the outside frame. By doing this I threw off the geometric design of the vehicle which is putting more weight on the right tire and that's causing the squirm. So Mike you need to put a disclaimer in your battery relocation instructions.
Just add another battery to the other side. That way you will have one to use for a jumper when you leave the flashers on when parked.
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Here is my conclusion. After reading Cozy dogs post about weight distribution I think I have it figured out.. I moved the battery from the inside frame to the outside frame. By doing this I threw off the geometric design of the vehicle which is putting more weight on the right tire and that's causing the squirm. So Mike you need to put a disclaimer in your battery relocation instructions.
Just add another battery to the other side. That way you will have one to use for a jumper when you leave the flashers on when parked.[IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/SSRFanatic_2016/smilies/tango_face_surprise.png[/IMG][IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/SSRFanatic_2016/smilies/tango_face_surprise.png[/IMG]
That is a darn good idea that way I won't have to worry about my battery going dead when I have all my lights on under the hood. But the extra weight in the back, helper springs, air shocks, it never ends.
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That is a darn good idea that way I won't have to worry about my battery going dead when I have all my lights on under the hood. But the extra weight in the back, helper springs, air shocks, it never ends.
But the never ending bling is okay ??

Just ask’n
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But the never ending bling is okay ??

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Just add another battery to the other side. That way you will have one to use for a jumper when you leave the flashers on when parked.
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That is a darn good idea that way I won't have to worry about my battery going dead when I have all my lights on under the hood. But the extra weight in the back, helper springs, air shocks, it never ends.
But the never ending bling is okay ?? [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/SSRFanatic_2016/smilies/tango_face_surprise.png[/IMG]

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" So MO is there anything else you want to KNOW. And having probably 3 million + miles under my butt I KNOW when the wind is blowing."

Well, now we all know that you KNOW and the rest of us may KNOW TOO.

It's WHAT we know that has now come to light.
That statement makes as much sense as this explanation of Brexit.



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That statement makes as much sense as this explanation of Brexit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwDe64JUUpQ
I must be sick because what she said makes sense to me.


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