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Re: A Couple of Older Poloriod Pics, That I Found Today.
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The rears are 23.1x34s. Used 18.4x38s paired up very nicely, for duals. If you look close the 13 had an abundance of front and rear weights, and those 23.1s were loaded above the top of the rim. As I stated in your post about the 932, they would "Power Hop", but pulling the throttle back a bit would smoothen them out, untill you pulled through the tough spot, and then you could pick up the pace again.
When we were demonstrating with a 13, it was fun to show a customer how I could cut the Rs back to 12-1400 on a hill, and then just give it some juice and it would come rite back, The Red and Green ones had to down shift to recover from those RPMs
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