You guys are serious about your tires. I usually just get the mid-range store brand tires that Discount Tire offers. I probably pay for four what you pay for one.Re-shod the Accord in a brand new set of Nokian WR G4 All-Weather Tires.
"Is it winter yet? Huh? Is it? But I want to play in the snow NOW!!!" - Me.
No, it is illegal here as well. The 3rd brake light law is a federal law, applies to all states. But, I didn't know that until your post. And before I got back to you (sorry it took so long) I wanted to look at my 3rd brake light when it was on, so I threw a 15lb weight on the peddle...went behind the car and it deff is a little harder to see than normal.So your state does allow tinting over the rear third light, defogger matrix, etc. I don't know if CT allows
Don't we know that, all too well! Be careful out there!but they would rather write you a ticket for something else.
Something more substantial than just tint. If there is no other
reason to pull you over, shouldn't be an issue, you won't get
pulled over. They'll find bigger fish to fry.
Smooth as an Ortofon stylus on a Dual tonearm! 😄Went back to the tire shop because I was getting a vibration at
highway speeds with my new tires. The shop rebalanced all four
wheels. Now it's smooth as silk, right as rain, or whatever other
alliterative phrase you want to use.
Only took two tries. Sigh.
Hey this is a good result, as fast as V6 6MT or 2.0T 10AT despite the relative handicap of the transmission.
If you look at the tablet, between 3000rpm and 4500rpm in first gear the car goes lean (look in the top left corner, the reading goes from green to white to green). I can feel power loss there. I think I can make more improvements there.Hey this is a good result, as fast as V6 6MT or 2.0T 10AT despite the relative handicap of the transmission.
If you can do anything for your 60 foot time by drag racer thinking there's still room to get faster.
Which orange pads? Did they come with the Wolfgang glass cleaner?This morning I used Wolfgang Perfekt Vision Glass Polish on all my windows/windshield. Used orange pads, it took 6 pads. I was amazed how dirty they were even after I started with a "clean" window by wiping it down with vinegar/water and then microfiber. But, the orange pads still picked up plenty of embedded dirt. And now my windows are sparkling. Windshield is great to have sparkly fresh. It removes all the water spots, light-medium scratches, and dirt embedded in the glass..it leaves your windows looking like new. Definitely worth the $20, its plenty to do multiple cars, or keep it in
the detail closet.
CCS Euro foam orange pads. They're sold seperately but its a great value and quality product.Which orange pads? Did they come with the Wolfgang glass cleaner?
Thanks for the suggestions! My local lowest-common-denominator auto parts stores have a rather shallow, limited range of product in every aisle, every category, so I will look for whatever pads they stock. The tire accessory(pressure gauges, inflators, etc) area, for example, is dominated by Slime at any car parts place besides NAPA. Cheapo for the masses.CCS Euro foam orange pads. They're sold seperately but its a
great value and quality product.
Chemical Guys round hex pads are nice too, I used one of
those as well.
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