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PDMS Peter Stoveld
Newtown Square, PA, USA   USA
In response to your questions, I live 15 miles west of Philadelphia. The car has never been wet, either from rain or washing, and obviously isn't driven in the wet. I most enjoy driving the country roads in/around Chester County, PA, at all times of the year - provided it's dry. Purely pleasure trips, for example, to places like The Whip Tavern in Coatesville for a British Sunday lunch, or dressed as Santa Clause with Reindeer antlers, red nose, and Xmas present on the car, delivering to my grandchildren in Bryn Mawr, PA (Photo Attached)

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mogdriver David Crandall
PORTLAND, OR, USA   USA
Gents - as was suggested earlier, can we start a new thread if the topic is going to be driving conditions and/or tires. For those of us who dip in periodically, the subject line is an important clue. I think we've beat the brake fluid question to the ground, but regardless, let's move this tire discussion. Thanks!



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GoMoG Lorne G
Cuenca, Azuay, Ecuador   ECU
In reply to # 13749 by mogdriver Gents - as was suggested earlier, can we start a new thread if the topic is going to be driving conditions and/or tires. For those of us who dip in periodically, the subject line is an important clue. I think we've beat the brake fluid question to the ground, but regardless, let's move this tire discussion. Thanks!

Sure David.

I had imagined the brake fluid posts were finished and frankly, tire recommendations are individual. No one size fits all.

Lorne

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