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Ending on a Win

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by Ryan King

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I've got some good news:

It took a few days after I inflated the tires before I used the Cobalt SS/SC to go anywhere — but when I did, the tracking issues were gone.

It was definitely the tire pressure.

No need to replace the strut mounts — the suspension survived my trip to Arizona unscathed. I'm extremely pleased.

I've also got some bad news:

I had to get gas for the first time in 2020.

Such is life. It didn't break the bank and although the events of this post happened before the Novel Coronavirus reached a pandemic state, I didn't contract COVID-19, so I'm not going to bitch too loudly.

The brake issues still need to be addressed, but that will happen sometime in the future when my last trip to Arizona is paid off — whenever that is.

Although bitterly cold this time of year, I have to say, the ease of using the Longacre Pro Precision Tire Gauge and Ryobi 18V One+ Dual Function Inflator/Deflator have made adjusting tire pressure in the Cobalt a lot less challenging and time consuming for me.

So, win there.

I think I'm going to end this post here.

It's nice to end on a win.

Catch you all next week!

Ryan

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