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post #1 of 31 Old 07-24-2019, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
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Tire lettering.....yes or no

As above guys i want your opinions i am thinkjg of fitting the rubberised lettering to my tires in white GSX-S1000 and also yoshimura on both tires both sides.....i have a phantom naked..
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I'd say that style is kind of old, but go ahead and do it. If you don't like it, go hit the twisties and wear out the tires and mount new ones. Simple solution.

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I'd have to see it to decide. Photoshop?
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I wouldn't do it I think it would look really gay..
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Isn't that kind of talk illegal in Australia?
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Not if he meant it as a compliment.
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Yeah, the actual meaning of gay is happy. So he is saying that we ride an Emo bike. So if you white letter your tires, then you gotta pierce something.
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Isn't that kind of talk illegal in Australia?
Why would it be illegal?
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if you have to ask you wouldent understand...my bmw 1000 rr buddy says my bike is gay...but every time he changes his oil the drain plug is full of metal and mine is nice and clean,,,hope that helps
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if you have to ask you wouldent understand...my bmw 1000 rr buddy says my bike is gay...but every time he changes his oil the drain plug is full of metal and mine is nice and clean,,,hope that helps
So when you look at your drain plug you are happy, which is gay, right?

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