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I ran QTPs for years and they made my car feel like it was on Jello. I switched to M/T street drag radials and the handling went thru the roof but, they do not have the grip of the Hoosiers. Just drive slower if it rains, as you should anyway.
I had a plastic cap seize on my tractor and with the help of a set of pliers, I twisted the brass nipple right out of the rubber sleeve. At that point a stream of beet juice came gushing out! Somehow I got the brass nipple back in the rubber. I called the local mobile tire guy and he stopped...
They are still a lot better than the Hoosiers I used to run in the rain but, they don't hook up nearly as well. On the other hand, it doesn't feel like riding on a bowl of Jello like the bias ply Hoosiers!
I would think a thin cold chisel would separate the hub from the drum, then if the retainer/s is present (doubtful on a 68) I grab and twist to break them off (only there to hold on drums before assembly). Like mentioned above if drums are worn the brake shoes may have to be backed off (using a...
I went from Hoosiers to M/T and lost traction but gained handling. Worth the trade off for me. 35 mph was the limit for the Hoosiers in the rain but the M/Ts are much better. Bias VS radial plies.