O.K. Here's a question for you. I have a 1965 Plymouth Belvedere with a 440 motor, Edelbrock intake, Holley 750 double pumper, headers, MSI ignition and Bullet hi performance cam. When taking off from a dead stop, I am having problems hooking up the tires. I have as large a tire as I can get under it without tubbing the car. Before looking into the cost of new radial street/strip slicks, or as a last resort, tubbing, I thought I would go the Pinion Snubber route. Does anyone know if the pinion snubber will help with hooking up. I don't have the wheel hop problem, just too much horse power at the rear tires. I am being told the snubber will definitely help.