You got one. How did I know that you'd be the first to reply?Sunday Rider said:
Thanks Scoobs, that is kind of you. May I ask you for one?
No problem, you're number 2mike688 said:Hi, scoobs its that so nice of you, may i ask for one tire too.
According to many others at Hondapilot.org a full sized spare will fit in the space that holds the original spacesaver spare tire. You'll have the original spare left over and no-one seems to want them.donx said:
Can the tire be mounted on the place where the original spare is? If so, yes, count me as the third one! Thanks a lot for the offer, Scoobs!
It would be easier and faster for you to get to the new Vaughn Mills Mall up the 400 from the 401. driving downtown off the 401 to get to the Eaton's Centre ain't much fun.http://www.vaughanmills.com/static/node959.jsp;jsessionid=akERhSzjVTwchondacuraworld said:The drive's just a tad over 2 hours for me, but I plan on being there, unless inclement weather hits
How far is it to say the Eaton Centre? I'll be bringing the family, and thought we might head over there to check things out after lunch.
Good thing I put the Michelin Latitude X-Ice tires on the Pilot. I wouldn't want to skid into a light post after being blinded by OnHonda11's shiny new baby.Sunday Rider said:Looks like some snow tomorrow, there goes the shiney Pilot line up. I am sure there will be salt all over the place.
What's with the dirty muffler and tailpipes ?:2:OnHonda11 said:Okay, you can tell that I'm a proud new dad. Don't think I have cigars to give out at the meet tomorrow to celebrate the arrival of my baby! Now who was saying that the truck looked orange in some lights:headslap:
I gave up on washing the cowling underneath the front bumper. Now I buy some of the cheap spray on foam tire cleaner, the stuff I would never put on the tires because it turns them brown, and spray that on the cowling. In 5 minutes, after the foam has done it's thing, the cowling is nice and black. Give it a try.OnHonda11 said:
and scrub underneath the front (the cowling). Anyone else find this a PITA to clean?
Unfortunately most of the foam cleaners seem to turn tires a brown colour after several applications. Michelin tires seem to be less susceptible to this because of Michelin's Durablack technology. They claim it will keep the tires black without the necessity of cleaners etc.. Personally I think they still need a cleaner/tire dressing.Sunday Rider said:
That sounds like a great idea. I didn't know about the brown tire problem.
They are Honda black steel wheels with a set of Walmart ($34.95 for 4) wheel covers. I wanted to leave it with just the steel wheels showing but the "boss" said no way.borg said:
Scoobs, what type of wheels are you using for your snow tires?