Just got back in from pushing four inches of wet shit. I gotta say I'm
impressed with those Goodrich Revo's I got last spring. This was one of
those snows that was almost slush but the pavement frozen by the time ya
backed up to take the next swipe. I'm sure those Blizzaks are a better snow
tire but these do damned good for a year -round tire.
Now off to find the perfect tree..
That's good to know. I haven't bought anything yet, but the Revo's are
shorter money and you say they work I'll have to look at them. Serious
question. How much weight do you have in back?
We have snow falling now, should be a 4"total. Monday night they are talking
about a big storm 6"+.
Don't cut down your neighbors shrub.<G>
About 1,000 lbs total. 400 over the rt rear wheel well to offset the rest of
the weight in the drivers seat...
There, I beat ya to it!! <BG>
Seriously, 400 lbs of JD suitcase weights in the front of the bed. If it
gets really deep I'll put another 500 lbs of sand tubes behind the wheel
You're right, but I don't want that 400 lbs of cast iron to get a head start
towards the cab if I do happen to hit something hard. I have them laying
tight against the front of the bed under a rubber bedliner under a bolted
down tool box. They shouldn't move too much. I set a 2x10 on edge behind the
wheel wells and put the sand tubes behind the board when I need them. But
hell, what do I know, some people say four wheel drives don't need any
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