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View Poll Results: Tires choice
Toyo 4 57.14%
Nitto 2 28.57%
Falken 1 14.29%
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Old 27th August 2010, 16:15   #11
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Most of us don't drive in freezing weather but:

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Old 27th August 2010, 18:18   #12
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loving the Third Person!
Refer to self in third person because Ajax I & Ajax II were inhumed by the undertaker some time ago. Wait, that makes no sense.
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Maybe it is Yoda Speak: "Love his M6, Ajax Does"....."An Ipod that does not move, Ajax has"....May the G-Force be with you!
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Old 27th August 2010, 22:16   #14
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V12s have my vote. i am running them right now and i cant complain. and with the price for them, makes it even better. are you going to be or planning on selling your HREs anytime?
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What's up Swank, what tire size are you running? I called a buddy at discount tire for the v12 and they don't have 295/30/20. Should I go with 285 instead? Keeping my 897r for awhile unless someone want to trade for a set of 891r : )
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im running 305s on mine and im running kwv3s as well.
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PS2's are still my tire of choice if it's strictly used for street, semi-daily driving.
Seems like the V12's are worth lookin' into.
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Refer to self in third person because Ajax I & Ajax II were inhumed by the undertaker some time ago. Wait, that makes no sense.
Reminds me of Sienfeld TV episode where "Jimmy" always refers to himself in the 3rd person and it confuses Elaine into thinking someone else has the hots for her.
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Reminds me of Sienfeld TV episode where "Jimmy" always refers to himself in the 3rd person and it confuses Elaine into thinking someone else has the hots for her.
Ajax thinks he remembers that episode!
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Whatheheck remembers that episode too!

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