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Old 09-27-2012, 08:06 AM
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Originally Posted by cgaengineer View Post
I have thought about removing front weight on our 48" bride for that exact reason...it sucks on hills and I'm glad I'm not the only one to notice it. I recently went back and forth with a fellow on here that swore it would do as we'll on a hill has a WB...I have to disagree, there is a difference between a long smooth hill up north than a short and steep hill in the south...around here they will build a house on any lot...I mean any lot.
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I remember you saying you didn't like your v ride in other threads. If you are less than 200lbs I would give it a try it's only two bolts. In my experience it is better than a wb on hills. I have little time on my 36sfw but it just slides down the hills I can hold with the v ride. I have heard that a 36 isn't good on hills I'm guess because of the weight and width. If I knew how to up load pictures I would show you some of the hills I do with it. Even though pictures are misleading you could get a idea. Alot depends on the grass too. I can text pics.
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