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Thread: Fender/Tire Coverage laws in NH??

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    Quote Originally Posted by APBAinMaine View Post
    If anybody felt inclined to share via PM a garage in Rockingham or Strafford Counties that might be willing to have bad eyesight. I just put spacers on (Willys Wheeler with stock wheels was decidedly tippy). Looks good, rides measurably better, but I did have a po-po break hard and give me a long look. I'm MAYBE 1/2" of tread showing depending upon your angle... maybe. But the sidewalls are completely outside.
    So that you arenít asking the garage to do something against the law. Remove the spacers get your inspection. And then if youíre so inclined put the spacers back on.
    It's all gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSSFC View Post
    So that you arenít asking the garage to do something against the law. Remove the spacers get your inspection. And then if youíre so inclined put the spacers back on.
    Oh, I'd never ask... but I'd never turn down an offer. And, if I don't get any responses, that's what I'll do. That said, I'm two back surgeries and a knee surgery in (on the good knee), so I'm in no hurry to do that if I don't have to. ;)

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    You could always ask the shop to remove the spacers, then inspect it. Then, a week later, have them re-install them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogbreath077 View Post
    You could always ask the shop to remove the spacers, then inspect it. Then, a week later, have them re-install them.
    Ya,good luck with that...
    I love it when people want a sticker and have plates with clear covers.Of course it gets done but I throw the covers on their floor.It's my license on the line not just the shops,if I can fail you I have no problem doing it.
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    Why not just do what it takes to comply with the law?
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    1996 land Rover Discovery, 31" tires, running boards/Rock sliders, project in progress
    1982 Chevrolet K10 350 4V auto 4" lift 33 x 10.5 x 15 8 1/2 foot plow
    ASE L1 Master Tech, Engine Machinist, Collision Repair Specialist, Retired
    Tread Lightly, but not on me

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