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    • Just to clarify...
      You looked at the "direction of travel" arrow on the tire and it is mounted backwards for the rear tire?  Yes, definitely have it fixed.

      IF you are comparing the front tire tread pattern to the rear tire tread pattern, those would be reverse of each other.  The front tire would have the force working against it when braking vs the rear tire having the forces propelling it when accelerating, hence "reversed" construction from a front tire vs rear tire.

       

    • 4 minutes ago, Marcarl said:

      Tell her to just shut it off, that way she can hear the given instructions better.

      Glad you guys got out.

      The issue is that it had to be in neutral for the reverse to work. 

    • Not made to roll that way, change it!

    • Tell her to just shut it off, that way she can hear the given instructions better.

      Glad you guys got out.

    • nice!!! glad you got out for a ride!!!! we're slated to get a little s___ again today! damn!:thumbsup2::innocent-emoticon::thumbdown:

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