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ICKABOD

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About ICKABOD

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  • Birthday 09/06/1941

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    studie66@hotmail.com

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  • Gender:
    Male
  • Location:
    PHOENIX, ARIZONA
  • Interests:
    1966 STUDEBAKER RESTORED BY ME.
    PHOTOGRAPHY.
    OLD CARS.

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  1. Thank you for your reply.I agree that most drivers feel that if a tire is covered, not in the sun or away from the heat, it is not effected. According to the tire manufactures Association, tires age from the time they are made. I had a tire on my Studebaker that looked great on the sidewalls & thread and it cracked open at 21 years (newer than most of our TC spare tires). So from past experience I will use a can of 'Tire Inflator ' as my cdhoise instead of my spare bomb.
  2. I am new to TC's, so I have a radio question. I am considering replacing the original infinity radio. Since the infinity ha s amplified speakers, con I replace the original speakers and then use only 2 of the or5iginal connector wires. (I will check the service manual to see which wires to use.) Does anyone have experience doing this?
  3. I recently purchased a 1990 TC. I checked the spare tire for it's condition. While it looked OK, I also checked the production date. The result was that it was made in June, 1988. Since I also have another collector car, I have had experience with old tires. There is NO manufacturer that6 recommends using a tire over 10 years old. Since the newest TC is over 27 years old, we should not be use an original spare tire with our cars. I have made the decision to keep a can of flat tire repair in the car and NEVER use the old tire. An old tire whether on the road o
  4. Recently purchased a 1990 TC. 206895, 1990, Built 12/89, Red, Black leather, V6. Thanks, Steve
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