[FWDLK] Hydroplaning and cruise control
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[FWDLK] Hydroplaning and cruise control

Floyd..... I'm not sure how that could happen!  The cruise control should
only accelerate the wheels until they reach the set speed, shouldn't it?
The only complicating factor I can imagine would be the diff when both
wheels lose traction completely, and maybe when you grip again the wheels
would tend to spin..... but I would still have to have this explained to me
by one of those engineering people who read our list.  I use cruise to go
down the driveway and get the mail, so don't worry me!
Bob O.
PS.  Sorry about the "anonymous" post on the '56 DeSoto yesterday:  it's
the other computer I use which just has our farm name on the e-mail.

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