Only 1 rear tire is loaded. Should I keep it on the right?

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Re: Only 1 rear tire is loaded. Should I keep it on the right?

Postby Matt Kirsch » Wed Mar 22, 2023 10:21 am

Barebones wrote:Good time to use some non-corrosive material (beet juice?) in place of the calcium chloride.


That's not something an average person off the street can buy and pump into the tire.

On a Cub it's hardly worth putting fluid in the tires. You only get about 150lbs of additional weight if you pump them chock full, the equivalent of a set of rear weights.


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