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Southeastern PA Roads!

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by Atebit, Apr 19, 2015.

  1. Atebit

    Atebit Member

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    I've spent the last two of four weekends driving around in SE PA (thankfully not in the MS) and it's like they've been carpet-bombed. At this point many roads are more pot-hole than pavement. Last year around this time was more of the same.

    So I'm thinking I should look into steel wheels for avoid bending/cracking expensive allow wheels. I know the bolt pattern & offset, but anyone who's done this have any wheel/tire recommendations? I imagine steel wheels are heavier, so wondering if that could affect mileage or perhaps even be not so good for the drive unit?
     

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