Re: reversal>whitewall in-blackwall out.


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Posted by Dr. Drake on August 31, 1999 at 18:41:34:

In Reply to: reversal>whitewall in-blackwall out. posted by Mr. Parsegian on August 26, 1999 at 22:32:48:

Mr Parsegian,

You stated:
"i need some help- here. i have some tires with a whitewll and i want to turn the whitewall inside so they wont show. so i heard that it would effect the tires performance because tires are constructed a certain way and by doing this i would defeat the purpose of the design and render th tire dangerous. what should i do?"


************ YOUR ANSWER ***************************

These two items determine if it would be dangerous:

1) What is the tire?
2) What is the car?

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Provide these two elements and your question will be answered immediately (assuming that is what you really seek).

If you continue to discuss the topic without providing the above information then it is obvious that you are merely a bored little twit uncapable of a technical discussion based on specifics. I have read the full thread and this is obvious.

And, it's most likely you don't want the truth, but merely want to irritate a bunch of bright and helpful people for whom you have no other way to express your jealously.

Sir, don't let your lack of knowledge impede your ability to learn.

Please take your question elsewhere if you don't really want it solved.


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