Some basic questions about truck, processes, procedures, etc.

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  1. crxdc

    crxdc Road Train Member

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    You should have it real easy getting time off in those areas. You should head to the running with JCT part duex and read over it.
     
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    Timber&Tucker Bobtail Member

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    I have. And part one. :). Read it out loud to him on our last trip to Memphis. That's why we want to go with jct.
     
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  3. drvrtech77

    drvrtech77 Road Train Member

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    The autos that jct has are the dt12 in the cascadias...I've had it now for 2yrs...never had a problem...it's the best one I've ever had.
     
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  4. Timber&Tucker

    Timber&Tucker Bobtail Member

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    How are they compared to standard on ice and snow?
     
  5. crxdc

    crxdc Road Train Member

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    I prefer them. I found just as much control.
     
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    TAfool Medium Load Member

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    I hate the idea of stupid-singles, however, in the 4 plus years I've had them I've never had a blow out.

    Just keep the pressure up; check the pressure often.

    I run 118psi cold and have dead even tread wear on michelins. The first set was Bridgestone and they wore very unevenly and lost at least 5-10lbs a week.

    TA
     
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  7. crxdc

    crxdc Road Train Member

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    Yep Michelin tires are the best.
     
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