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solved a traction issue (I hope)

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Jamie Majors

03-09-2014 18:32:22
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Took my cast centers and rims off my super H Saturday and put on some 11x38 pressed steel rims when we took off the cast one rim was 10in and other was a 9in wide. My question is how much of a problem was this
has 12.4 on it and of course the tire on 9in always spun out first
the funny thing Is my father in law had this for 20 years and he had 13.6 on it, but that's how he bought it




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Gtx1967jewison

03-10-2014 23:12:57
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Jamie Majors, 03-09-2014 18:32:22  
I will very confidently bet that if you swap the narrower rim to the opposite side, it will still doin on the same side as before. 1" will make diddly difference, & due to the way the Differential works is the real reason that one spun first. Your talking about moving the sidewall in one HALF INCH on each side, 8" or more from the tread.



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Curt Courtney

03-10-2014 06:03:03
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Jamie Majors, 03-09-2014 18:32:22  
Oh no I quit you are learning too much I will never win LOL



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Jamie Majors

03-10-2014 13:29:19
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-10-2014 06:03:03  
Did u see the schedule for this pullin season



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Curt Courtney

03-10-2014 17:27:51
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Jamie Majors, 03-10-2014 13:29:19  
are you going to enter and pull at Lincoln?



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Jamie Majors

03-10-2014 18:18:13
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-10-2014 17:27:51  
Yes. Gonna go for 35, 4 & 4500lbs



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Curt Courtney

03-10-2014 18:23:13
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Jamie Majors, 03-10-2014 18:18:13  
well I wont be pulling but I will root for you



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Jamie Majors

03-10-2014 18:51:14
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-10-2014 18:23:13  
Thanks



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Curt Courtney

03-10-2014 17:26:01
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Jamie Majors, 03-10-2014 13:29:19  
yes I did I can make about half of them for sure but a few might be farther than I want to go



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Jamie Majors

03-10-2014 07:28:47
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-10-2014 06:03:03  
I hope if I would've been down to 4000 lbs. I never would have put different rims on and caught this issue



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Lamont

03-09-2014 20:21:51
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 Re: solved a traction issue (I hope) in reply to Jamie Majors, 03-09-2014 18:32:22  
How much of a problem was this? That could definitely be part of the problem. It could also have absolutely nothing to do with it. LOL! If you're still going to run the 12.4s on it, you should be better off. 11 inch is the factory size rim for the 12.4, so the 10 was an inch narrower and the 9 was shy by 2 inches, both of which are usually not good. Put them to the test is about all you can do now. I would expect an improvement. Let us know what happens.

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