Like a pick-up, my 94 Rodeo is a little light in the rear (I imagine
that's why Isuzu made rear only anti-lock brakes standard.)
It's a good idea to put a couple 50 lb sand bags over the rear axle of
unloaded pick-ups to aid traction and spin-out control. If you find
it difficult to control your Rodeo you might consider doing the
same... or something similar.
My Troopers (I have had 4) would spin (but never spin out) on wet roads when
it was time to get new shoes (tires). I usually got 60K-65K out of a set and
that was how I could tell. I always replaced them with the Goodyear RTS (I
believe) tires that came as original equipment. Great tires.
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