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WHO OTHER THAN NU-TREAD IN TACOMA CAN SHAVE WHITEWALLS IN TACOMA SEATTLE AREA. NU-TREAD SHAVES LOOK GOOD BUT THEY LEAVE WHITEWALLS A LITTLE ROUGH NOT SMOOTH. I PREFER A PLACE CLOSE TO TAC. :uh: :uh: :uh: :uh: :uh: :uh: :uh:
 

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have you ever tried to do it yourself. Ive got a couple homies who shave there own tires.Its not that hard!
 

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Originally posted by TwOtYme@Nov 18 2003, 02:54 PM
have you ever tried to do it yourself. Ive got a couple homies who shave there own tires.Its not that hard!
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YEP I CAN RUN INTO CURB A FEW TIMES.LOL
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Originally posted by TwOtYme@Nov 18 2003, 01:54 PM
have you ever tried to do it yourself. Ive got a couple homies who shave there own tires.Its not that hard!
I'd appreciate it if you could give me some basic info on how to do it, what sort of tools your homies use.

The best hook-up I've got is 130$ for a 175/70/14 whitewall, help a rider out :cool:

Thanks in advance
 

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sup pimpin,
If what your tryin to do is get your white walls bright, which is what i think your talkin about... Heres my trick, get a flat rock, real flat like a skippin rock, put some water on it so its nice and wet, then rub it over your white wall. It takes a layer of funk off and leaves it smooth too. Hope thats what you was askin bout. Keep ridin'... 425 here homie ;)
 
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