White letter tyres

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Re: White letter tyres

Post by the edmundator » Wed Feb 10, 2010 7:48 pm

booboo wrote:i liked it too untill the bloody thing decided it didnt enjoy cornering,braking or anything else except for going like double pamphlet when i was entering an S bend ! - so far ive worked out its gonna be about 5k to fix :-(
Had you forgotten it was American?


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Re: White letter tyres

Post by booboo » Wed Feb 10, 2010 10:10 pm

lol i may have had a blonde moment lol and yes it cost me . . . i did have a lot of fun down the m4 and the m5 though on many occasions but at 10mpg it was a bit pricey to be playing with all the tits in their sports cars lol


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