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  • "Tar" for trials tires??

    Whats this all about? Tar to put on your tire for trials......makes the tire grip more maybe? Anybody ever heard of/ tried this?
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  • #2
    RIMS not tires

    It's for the rims
    i suppose its so your brakes grip better, that would make sense

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    • #3
      Re: RIMS not tires

      Originally posted by ColDawG
      It's for the rims
      i suppose its so your brakes grip better, that would make sense
      That does make sense, and the TAR, would act as a rosin and make the brakes be more responsive.
      Rest in pieces.

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      • #4
        Oh haha I wondered.......


        That makes more sense.
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        • #5
          Useless in wet conditions. Makes your brakes no work.
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          • #6
            You can always just use Coke, it makes your brakes alot more responcive but washes off in wet conditions, this also means you need to re apply it all the time though...
            No one said it was gonna be easy and I'm not afraid to try, with the odds stacked up against me I will have to fight, One Life One Wheel got to do it right. H2O


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            • #7
              So it would be useless on a unicycle?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Checkernuts
                You can always just use Coke, it makes your brakes alot more responcive but washes off in wet conditions, this also means you need to re apply it all the time though...
                Thats brilliant! Probabley alot cheaper too. You don't have to pay shiping every time you by it, otherwise it might not be cheaper.
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                • #9
                  Thanks to you, I went out and poured pop on my bike....:-P
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                  • #10
                    HAHA. Now your bike with slowly corrode.
                    I lost "The Game!"

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by forrestunifreak
                      Thanks to you, I went out and poured pop on my bike....:-P
                      Haha I have only ever put it on my rims with just dipping my finger in coke then spinning the wheel, repeat a few times and they are typically good. Not to mention you dont waste a whole coke dumping it all over your bike
                      No one said it was gonna be easy and I'm not afraid to try, with the odds stacked up against me I will have to fight, One Life One Wheel got to do it right. H2O


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