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Old 12-26-2012, 11:58 PM   #2705
stevehnm
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Originally Posted by Commander Keen View Post
High-reading odometers and low-reading speedometers both could get auto manufacturers in trouble.
I think that's why the speedometer reads fast and the odometer reads slow when the tires are half worn, and the speedometer is right with new tires while the odometer is right with no tread left. Both are worst case errors, but right on with the appropriate conditions.
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