They're much better in terms of losing control of your vehicle, particularly
in wet conditions! Just ask the guy in our local Ottawa-area Morgan club who
put his +4 around a tree a couple years back! He was fine, but he sold the
From: Winnie Olmer [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: May 14, 1999 2:16 PM
Subject: RE: Experiences with Coker Redlines - Other Redlines
- Extra wheels for sale?
I've seen the Redline pictures and everyone talks about getting
there something special about redlines other than the asthetics of
the red as opposed to white?
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Radley, Jack
Sent: Friday, May 14, 1999 2:10 PM
Subject: Experiences with Coker Redlines - Other Redlines - Extra
I want to replace my Michelin redlines with a more modern tire.
set of Michelin's is out because of their handling characteristics
cost. I have the information on the Coker redline tires, but am
of others experiences with them and with whatever else is out there.
My Michelin redlines are 23 year old factory originals but still
to be in good shape with plenty of tread - I just don't trust them
running around and don't need the hassle of a blowout. I have
considered keeping them on a second set of rims or aluminum wheels,
the cost is a factor.
Any thoughts on different tires - or are there any wheels taking up
space in anyone's garage.