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Answered: Vogue tires

ANYBODY KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND P225 75 R15 vogue tires? Contact Les Schwab Tires. They have dealerships across the western US and can usually find direct replacements or generic replacements. This is a very common size tire for most full-sized American cars or smaller, light duty pickups.

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One would need common sense.

Answered: How Do You Treat A Dog Bite?

1st thing to do is go to the er at the hospital!!!!A dog bite gets infected FAST.Once you are treated,then you ask questions of the owner.If the dog is not current,thenAnimal controll needs to step in so they can quarentine the animal for 10 days.If you do not know the owner or the where abouts of ...

Answered: Can I get sued for my dog biting a child at a kennel

Yes, you can be held liable for the dog bite attack at the kennel if at that time, your dog was not restrained or leashed properly. Generally, dog owners are deemed liable for any dog bite injuries inflicted by their pets. On the other hand, if your dog was under the custody of the kennel at ...

Answered: The article mentioned that rotating our tires is ...

If, as stated earlier, your vehicle has specific wear problems, then address that issue first. -Alignment, camber or shocks can affect tire wear. -Don't expect changing or rotating tires to help with that -it just hides the problem for a short while. If your tires are bias belted or radial (that ...
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