One can argue about tyres indefinitely but, with due respect to Mr. Marshall, it is advisable to be sure that the alleged facts support the conclusion offered.
The Dunlop Universals that Mr. Marshall refers to were motorcycle tyres, not car tyres. In shape, weight, tread pattern and other respects they were quite unsuitable for use on 4-wheeled vehicles.
As I have tried to say before in these columns, you really should fit the proper tyre for the job.
J. D. SINCLAIR,
Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd.
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