Poll closed Oct 9, Not very impressive my today’s standards! Captn Conch likes this. What that means is until the tire carcass warms up a bit so it can flex freely you are driving on doughnuts that are not completely round. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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Let me know how. Captn ConchDunloo 30, FJJul 24, The mileage life will be shorter but it will cruise and climb and look vintage good.
No, create an account now. Old RedJul 27, Poll closed Oct 9, Josie’sLandCruiserJul 30, Most important I can have a tall skinny tire without suspension lift!!!
Alandunlpp are totally correct, the 16″ split rims with 10 ply bias tires that are on there now drive very hard and rough also, and can be even dangerous. Then there is the tread pattern on these old-school Dunlops. Cruiser68Jul 27, Why not bring them in at the port of Miami Or Houston?
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Happy to pay a deposit right now if it helps. Captn Conch likes this.
BTY I have driven many cr1 on bias ply tires on my first ’71 40 original Armstrong Norsemans and the stock Dunlops it came with new, Personally I don’t hot foot it or expect hi performance needs. Cruiser68Jul 28, Not the best picture, but here is my Dunlop dr1 spare.
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Tough tire, looks macho, great traction off-road. Hi all, Why would you buy these old-school tires for your stock 40 series??
Outdoor and Expedition Gear Parting Out What that means is until the tire carcass warms up a bit so it rd1 flex freely you are driving on doughnuts that are not completely round.
Dagha BoyJul 24,