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Old 06-21-2011
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Not everybody can afford full coverage, I wish I could.

My F150 has antique insurance which is awesome. Full coverage + extras, and cheaper than the Ranger on insurance
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All fixed up!


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I think I just wasn't paying attention.
Seriously? PAY ATTENTION, you could have hurt someone else.....


Glad your okay though,.
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im starting to like sonic blue lol glad u got it fixed up. not a fan of the blue drums but aside that, the truck lewks gud
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Those Goodyear Wrangler tires are horrible in the rain. You should get some Bridgestone ATs.
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Those Goodyear Wrangler tires are horrible in the rain. You should get some Bridgestone ATs.
I agree. I feel safer with my 33" KM2s on than i do with those Wranglers, they are junk.
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Good that you made it out ok. Sometimes you can stress your back/neck during these wild movements. If your forearm is sore, it may not be from holding the steering wheel, you may have stressed the nerves coming out of your spine - took me a year to find that out!

I also hate the OEM Goodyear RT/S tires on wet roads. Glad that my '11 has stability control! Will be getting winter tires in a couple of months and the Goodyears will at most stay on for one more summer...
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almost two months later, no strange pains and no more wrecks. the michelins seem like very nice tires. not sure if they have seen rain, significant rain anyway, but they have to be better than the rt/s'
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I think Rangers are kind of dangerous in turns in the rain. I wouldnt let some people drive mine in the rain that s for sure I ve almost lost it a couple times once towing a popup camper. Im hoping BFGs help it some I dont really care for Wranglers in it. Glad you and the truck made it though.

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Good that you made it out ok. Sometimes you can stress your back/neck during these wild movements. If your forearm is sore, it may not be from holding the steering wheel, you may have stressed the nerves coming out of your spine - took me a year to find that out!

I also hate the OEM Goodyear RT/S tires on wet roads. Glad that my '11 has stability control! Will be getting winter tires in a couple of months and the Goodyears will at most stay on for one more summer...

When My mom had her 01 back when it was new... It was terrible in the rain and worse in the snow... With the RT/S..My dad called it "The Weapon".. My 89 5.0L mustang coupe (the most lightweight version) was 1000x better in snow and rain.
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