I use and talk about, but don't sell Amsoil.
Who is shatto?
06 4.7 Tundra replaced a 98 Dakota 3.9.
623,000 miles on original engine and transmission, using Amsoil by-pass filters and lubrication.
+Everybody knows something you don't know.
+Artists prove truth can be in forms you don't understand.
Low-Risk Option Trader
Retired Pro-Hunter featured in; 'African Hunter', by James R. Mellon III. and listed in; Rowland Ward's Records of Big Game.
I saw a telehandler with airless tires just the other day. They had round holes bored through them, which was how I realized they are airless. That's a civilian application that severely needs it...they get used for roofing and always end up with flats, plus the big jobs where you use them are often in terrible neighborhoods where the machine gets vandalized and tires are the most expensive thing on the machine to get vandalized (until they hotwire it and take it for a destruction joyride).
I've seen those and regular fork trucks run with a special dry foam in the tires rather than air, then they can pick up as many nails as you like without a problem.
I like the honeycomb more than the tweel, I'm sure they've tested it but I have images in my head of it wrapping up like a spiral under high load.
1991 Toyota Pickup 22R-E 2.4 I4/5 speed
1990 Toyota Cressida 7M-GE 3.0 I6/5-speed manual
mechanic, carpenter, stagehand, rigger, and know-it-all smartass
"You don't get to judge me for how I fix what you break"
yea the forktrucks at my work have solid rubber tires, everythign else (cushmans, JLG's, bicycles etc) have that super stiff foam in the standard rubber tires. otherwise everyone would get a flat everyday due to all the chips on the ground