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At 7:00am on March 21, 2011, John Poole said…
Thanks for joining the Historic Home group, Bill! And like your website, btw...
At 7:42pm on March 10, 2011, Stan Kuhn said…

Hi Bill,

 

I do like the TC pretty well, except for performance in snow.  The original tires don't give very good traction.  And, unfortunately, I learned after a short time having it, and picking up a screw on the road that the original tires don't have any road hazard warranty.  So, had to buy a tire.  One pleasant surprise was that the spare is a fullsize one the same as the others, so I put that on, and bought a used one for the spare.  I also need better organization.  I did put a shelving unit on one side, and I found a ladder rack for inside on the ceiling.  Best regards.

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