An example in pictures of \"Real Time\" This is real time... in the sense of, it "should" take this long, but actually takes that time multiplied by a large number. For example, just over a week ago, an unexpected flat tire... so an estimated unexpected 30 minutes wasted to change out the rear tires. Step one, take the tires and rims off. Oh, wait. Inner dual won't budge, not even with a hammer or pry bar. 15 minutes. Ok, I'll go spin some circles with it in the field with the lug nuts loose. 7 minutes. Didn't even budge. How bout spinning the rear tires trying to go up a hill in 2wd after driving up the gravel road at 30mph and swerving intentionally side to side.? 15 minutes. Nope. Back down the road to base. How about pulling it off? Jerked it so hard the motor kept stalling out in the 1/2 ton. 17 minutes. No sign of movement. Finally drove down to pavement... no other traffic, swerved hard side to side on my way to a friends house to get a bigger pry bar. 7 minutes. Finally came loose. Took the rim off, put a regular single rim on it, and called it a morning. 25 minutes. By this time it was noon anyway, and I could finally "start" the winterization projects.