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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-23-2006, 10:02 PM
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the only place to use tire shine on your bike is textured plastics in my opinion, makes the hugger/fender/chain gaurd Shine on my Fz wouldn't ever put it on the tires though, one of my friends put it on the contact patches of his GTi and it was a long burnout to get rid of it after he lost all four wheels first corner
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Re: tire shine on bike tires??

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I was thinking of using the tire shine gell on the side-walls of my bike tires.
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I agree with everthing thats been said, but, and this is my if you really want to shine the walls of your tyres use shoe polish on a cloth & brush/polish off it wont run onto your tread or throw off as its a solid, it will keep tyres looking good & repel water, been doing it on mine for years.

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Haha keep that stuff for you car!! Your tires are the only thing between you and the pavement!
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The only tire shine my bike gets is a stiff scrub brush and hot soapy water. Wish you had a pic of that, we could save it to match it up to crash pics in a month or so.


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