Hi and welcomeAndrew Prince said:Welcome - you must be the first member to have colour-coded lettering on their tyres
Hi welcome and yes it is a wax to protect the lettering during shipping. Either wash off with warm soapy water or let the rain do it for youGraham said:Hi and welcomeAndrew Prince said:Welcome - you must be the first member to have colour-coded lettering on their tyres
The blue covering on the white lettering, I am sure thats a protective 'skin' to ensure the white lettering stays white, during shipping and fitting.
In Texas, I had new tyres fitted to another 4x4 and the lettering was blue, but simply washed off with warm soapy water.
not being too shy but its hard to get mud on it, unlike my Jeep it stays under the archsCossack said:Welcome to the club, we've got a good new member here, he's bought a Toyota, the best tyres (IMO) only been a member for one day and made his first post already , all that's needed now is a bit of mud
erm..... nothing to see here move alongCrispin said:Speak to Tony and a front locker - It's harsh on the drive shafts. Or was that the driver
Learning that very fast... front locker on a 90 makes it a really capable vehicle.J66P said:lockers breaking things are down to drivers, Jeep had them and I never broke anything, others break things all the time