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The colored tires would be really cool on a ninja or other street bike

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[QUOTE=Centerline]Only a rice burner would want to be seen with colored tires. They're for people that can't or don't know how to build horsepower.

I agree with Centerline ALL THE WAY ON THIS ONE!!!
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Hobbytires; I like reading history aspects of car stuff. You put a lot of thought into your post

I am narrow minded when it comes to hotrods because I prefer old school stuff from different decades, but I can see colored tires having a growing market on certain vechicles...maybe bikes & quads? Might be just a fad like redlines were, BUT then came back 30 years later as "resto look"

Hmmm...scented tires? ...maybe a new way to attract chicks with a car?
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What are we trying to do ??? pimp tires too? Already ruined wheels.

The only real color is pitch black with lots of rolling white smoke pouring off them.... add a little diesel smoke too for the truck guys. haha
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What are we trying to do ??? pimp tires too? Already ruined wheels.
Exactly, the newer wheels look like attachments to Ronco Vegematic machines.

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Old 12-03-2007, 10:44 AM
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hobbytires.............Not to rain on your parade, but we know and you must know that this coloured tire thing has more of a foreign car (Tuner) feel to it. Tell us, what is the reception that you get on the tuner type boards that you must also be posting on? Are they as enthusiastic about it as you? Can you show us some links as to what they have to say about all this?

Personally, it's not for me, but I can see how it would make a great moneymaker in the right market.
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[QUOTE=302 Z28]Colored tires belong on a clown mobile in a Shriners parade ,

I beg to differ. Colored tires have no place on a clown car. See pic. It would look stupid with colored tires.
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