A 3.0″ tire is rated at 33 inches in diameter, which is about two inches shorter than the 32″ tires on the average American car.
But these tires are not made for long trips, or at all, so I wanted to see what a 3″ tire could do on a journey I’ll call the “Tire Experience.
“The following is a journey that I hope will inspire you to travel the world in your own 3” tires.
The goal is to travel from point A to point B in 3.25 hours on average.
So let’s start with the beginning.
The beginning of the journey I arrived at the hotel with my girlfriend.
We had a few minutes to get the car ready.
The car had been parked outside for the night.
The hotel was right across the street, but it was quiet.
We checked in, and she told me to go up the hill and take a left.
As we neared the hotel, I realized I was in a different part of town.
I looked up, and there was a huge tree on top of the hill.
The tree was about the size of a football field.
My girlfriend had already called to say we needed to pick up some supplies for a friend who was coming to visit, so we decided to wait.
Once we got into the car, we decided it was time to head down the hill to get supplies for the friend who we were staying with.
Just before we reached the tree, we spotted the guy who I’d been waiting for.
He was in the parking lot, with a little dog, and I saw that it was about a mile away.
He was waiting for us, and when we came to the tree I noticed that the tree was covered in a thin layer of dirt.
It was not a great sign, but the dog was still waiting, and so was the dog.
So we took a left, and as we passed by the tree we were about to cross the street.
On the other side of the street was a building with a sign that said “Tires are For People.”
The next street we crossed, we stopped at a sign saying “No Smoking.”
I noticed this sign was the same sign that we had just passed, but we didn’t look at it because we were not yet at the intersection of a street.
We then decided that it would be a good idea to go back up the road and see if we could find a spot where we could set up camp.
At the next intersection, the sign that read “No Parking” said “You are now in a Tires for People area.”
After we crossed the street into the “No Smoke” area, we went inside.
When we got to the tent, I saw the person who I was going to be staying with, who had already set up a tent.
“What are you doing?” he asked.
And I said “I’m making some kind of a campfire.”
“I’ve never done that before,” he said.
After setting up the tent I took a deep breath and asked, “What are we doing?”
I told him that we were going to set up some sort of shelter.
Then I began telling him all the stories that we’d heard over the past few days.
But it was important to me that he was going through the experience with me, so he wouldn’t have any questions.
“We’re just trying to stay warm,” he replied.
Before we set up the fire, I was told that if it went too long, we could put a small fire in the center of the tent.
I was very worried, and we didn´t know how long that would last.
What we did have is a fire extinguisher, and a blanket.
In the center was a stove.
Inside was a small sleeping bag, and some food.
A large bowl with water, some food, and two small bottles of water were also set up on the fire.
Our tent was about 6 feet wide, and the tent pole was about 4 feet.
All of the food was about 7-8 pounds, but there were about a dozen pounds of food in it.
Each person was supposed to have about 3-4 pounds.
Some of the items were in different colors, and it was a little difficult to tell which was which.
There were also several plastic bags that were supposed to be filled with water.
This was a good thing, because we didn`t want to waste water.
The water was also supposed to last us a week or so.
During the night, the temperature dropped a little, and by the morning we were getting a little chilly.
Although the temperature didn’t