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Old 11-23-2011, 05:49 PM
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Tire question,,,

Anybody with traction experience for M/T sportsman radials.
I want to know how good of traction they have.
My next option is the ET street II's,,which I know have better traction but I like the hight of the sportsmans.
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Pour a gallon of bleach under each rear tire, bring your rpm's up to 4500, drop it in to gear. If the front end lifts and the tires start to spin, you need more tire. If the driveshaft or rearend go 'THUNK', apply less bleach.
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Pour a gallon of bleach under each rear tire, bring your rpm's up to 4500, drop it in to gear. If the front end lifts and the tires start to spin, you need more tire. If the driveshaft or rearend go 'THUNK', apply less bleach.


What's bleach???
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