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Re: Question on that hydro-planing . . . (archive)

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Posted by Adam V on October 19, 1999 at 09:55:39:

In Reply to: Question on that hydro-planing . . . posted by Ausgang on October 18, 1999 at 15:58:10:

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: You're not just talking about the tug on the wheel when you hit a puddle, are you? You mean you're actually losing contact with the road surface, right? I ask this because some cars don't give much of any feedback through the steering column --- even when they are hydro-planing. Just mentioning to make sure you're not confusing the torque you feel in the wheel with the contact you may or may not have on the road.

: BTW, how cold was it? I believe performance of tires in rain is tied to temperature as much as pattern. My .02

Mid 60's

: Also, were your wiper-blades exposed to intense heat/sunlight or 0-zone? Like other posters, I've found the blades/wipers to be generally superior.

I have only had the car for 10 months and I had them change around 2 months ago, so the blades are fairly new. Ill check for dirt.

Thanks


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