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Old 05-14-2010, 12:03 AM   #85
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does your truck have P metric or LT tires?

consider switching them to D LT or E LT tires when the time comes.



in the UNofficial pp guide thread...

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Okay, I looked up those tire ratings and understand now. I'll be changing over, as I'm sure the stock tires are P metric.
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Old 05-14-2010, 12:07 AM   #86
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yeah there's a LOT of info about this issue on the web (and here too in the tire forums)...

not 2 HIjack this thread but the important this about using the P metrics is proper inflation for TOWING...

and understanding HOW the load ratings differ some...

Tire Tech Information - Load Reduction of Euro- and P-Metric Tires on Light Trucks

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Old 05-14-2010, 12:10 AM   #87
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Thank you, 2air.
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Good decision, Gator. Once you get it all installed (with pictures) and get some experience under your belt, be sure to report back your perceptions.

Congrats on your purchase. Pat
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Sent the HaHa back, ordered the PP3

I read a lot of advice on here, and then bought the HaHa. That was a mistake. The fit and finish of the parts is pretty bad. The service was bad. They tried twice to send me refurbished parts, when I ordered new. Long story short, I eventually got fed up with the buffoonery at HaHa, and sent it all back.

Then I bought a PP3. Totally different experience in every way. Parts and finish were great. Service was great. Didn't have to keep asking for new parts, didn't have to mess around with re- shipping the stuff back.

I was relieved to see the Orange HaHA stuff sealed into a box, and gone. HaHa needs to wake up and change!!
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