Hello from Doncaster

Chris

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Hello and welcome. Looks like Jade to me. And new tyres too? Not sure we have any members with a petrol one in Jade. Glad you know how to post pics too. It's an auspicious start.

Chris
 

Chas

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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 :clap: , all that's needed now is a bit of mud :lol:
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Graham

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Andrew Prince said:
Welcome :text-welcomewave: - you must be the first member to have colour-coded lettering on their tyres :mrgreen:
Hi and welcome :thumbup:

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.

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Ecky Thump

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Graham said:
Andrew Prince said:
Welcome :text-welcomewave: - you must be the first member to have colour-coded lettering on their tyres :mrgreen:
Hi and welcome :thumbup:

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.

Graham
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 you :lol:
 

Chris

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Y'know, I have a feeling that J66P might just already know that? Not sure that anyone was actually suggesting that the letters were blue. Were they?

Chris
 

J66P

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Cossack 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 :clap: , all that's needed now is a bit of mud :lol:
Chas
not being too shy but its hard to get mud on it, unlike my Jeep it stays under the archs

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TonyP

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Crispin said:
Speak to Tony and a front locker - It's harsh on the drive shafts. Or was that the driver :whistle: :whistle: :lol:
erm..... nothing to see here move along :whistle:

J66P said:
lockers breaking things are down to drivers, Jeep had them and I never broke anything, others break things all the time :thumbup:
Learning that very fast... front locker on a 90 makes it a really capable vehicle. :think:
 

TonyP

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Yeah fitted by previous owner (Chris on this site). It's a ARB RD90 Air Locker by Devon 4x4.... I'm the current custodian of Lil'Blue:

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