Check your wheel bearings. A common problem on these cars. Jack up 1 side of car at a time and try to move the tire by pushing in on the top of tire while pulling out on the bottom of tire. See if you feel movement from bearing being loose.
Roaring Wheels - 1948 was released on: USA: 2 October 1948
The cast of Roaring Wheels - 1948 includes: Jackson Beck as Narrator
Yes, 16 inch wheels were an option.
Not without modification
Unfortunately the lug pattern is different, the wheels will not interchange. You can use Thunderbird or Cougar wheels.
mercury mountaineer 2004 24 inch wheels
One of your wheel bearings are bad
A 1991 mercury topaz has drum brakes on the rear wheels.
Sounds like P.S. belt may be slipping either adjust or replace
Yes, with 14 inch wheels.
Wheels from a concurrent Mercury Grand Marquis or a Lincoln Town Car would fit.
This vehicle did not come with 14" wheels. Depending on trim, they were 15" and 16".
- Don't Accelerate Too Hard. Or - Pull Away in 2nd Gear. :) My Dad Is a Mecanic.
Smaller wheels are proportionately stronger than bigger wheels, which is good for hard riding. Smaller wheels are also easier to accelerate, which is good for short distances and frequent stops. Smaller wheels can be fitted in a smaller frame, which makes the bike all over more manouverable, which is also good for tight racing, tricks and jumps.
I know this sounds silly, but check your e-brake. It will often do that when you have no tires on the wheels.
a car engine produces a force at the drive wheels , causing the cars mass to accelerate a=f/m (issac newton)
its not the wheel size its the width of the tyre it self the bigger it is the better your car will handle and accelerate
Nah, they're different.
16 inch on my 2002 sport (aluminum alloy wheels)
about 300 at the block about 220 at the wheels
haven't you ever played with hot wheels? The truck never accelerates as fast as the light hot rod
yes 26" rims could fit on it
Tires/wheels out of balance?
like the tires from the wheels? u need a machine for dat
Sorry, you need to be more specific. Noise from the back, front ? Wheels, engine?