The tires are the same ones, but I have put around 75K on the car in the last two years. In the summer when it breaks loose it makes a more even "skree" type of sound, not much wheel hop at all. I do think the added torque has a lot to do with it, but also am wondering if some rubber parts could be deteriorating, as it does seem worse than last year.
Hey, Jetforeman, those Nissan pickups are made out of good stuff, I had one I put over 350K on before passing it along to my son. Also had several long-lasting Z cars, actually still have a 2+2 that I should get rid of, but it still runs like a clock.
'82 300D/4.3L V6