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Old Wed, Dec-07-2016, 02:47:10 AM   #1
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Default Quick Tip - Removing the rubber nib, removing knobs, removing hair off your tires

Removing the rubber nib, removing knobs, removing hair off your tires



used one of the razor blades that we use for clear film installation to clip them off, some use nail clipper or box cutters all good.



a nice clean look. something so small and such a big impact ; )
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Default Re: Quick Tip - Removing the rubber nib, removing knobs, removing hair off your tires

Look at those wheels!
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Default Re: Quick Tip - Removing the rubber nib, removing knobs, removing hair off your tires

I see Matt Moreman has rubbed off on you lol

I'm extremely ocd but this has never seemed to bother me. I'll take a second look at my tires next time I am in the garage
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Default Re: Quick Tip - Removing the rubber nib, removing knobs, removing hair off your tires

Giving your tires a Brazilian means you have too much time on your hands.
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Hey I like the hairs...I feel like i am in the mad max world...lolol
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