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only downside is the constant need to clear out any debris that may accumulate within the tire ... otherwise you will have a wobbling (tire balance) nightmare while driving down the highway.
Just wonder how fast you can go before they fly apart. Somebody spend a lot of time making them that's for sure.
 

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Well, if that guy ever gets fed up with putting too much effort into a busted tire, he may just check out 4WheelOnline, as they have all the affordable tire options.
 

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Well, if that guy ever gets fed up with putting too much effort into a busted tire, he may just check out 4WheelOnline, as they have all the affordable tire options.
Really, all of them?
 

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Yep, I can see the neighbors cat curling up in the tire and falling asleep! MEOOOOOOOOOWCH!
You would need to hose the tires out every time you ran through mud or the car would shake its self apart.
 

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Yep, I can see the neighbors cat curling up in the tire and falling asleep! MEOOOOOOOOOWCH!
You would need to hose the tires out every time you ran through mud or the car would shake its self apart.
A production tire would have a sidewall.
Seems like you couldn't adjust tire pressure tho.
 
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