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  1. Nov 21, 2018 #1

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    That's pretty impressive to wear away all the tread like that without the tyre deflating. Must have good tracking / alignment.

    My BMW tends to wear the tyres in the inside edge which you don't really notice without close inspection. I've had a blow out from it though due to being on run flats it was an inconvenience rather than a major drama.
     
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    They look like F1 tyres
     
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    They look like mine.
     
  6. Nov 22, 2018 #6

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    Hi!
    "I'm sorry, your honour, but it wasn't me. It was the udder chap".
     
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    Hi!
    They look like F### all tyres!
     
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    Aye, what's wrong wirr'em? You can't see the canvas!
     
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    I get so many punctures I have never had to replace a worn tyre on the car I have had for 10 years.
     
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    On a 1950s TV show one of the characters had canvas showing: "As long as the air ain't showing I'm good."
     
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    Another day another WTF moment.


    [​IMG]

    Scalpel and razor blades have been found taped to the sides of a slide in a children's play area.

    They were found stuck to play equipment at the Winifred Lane play area in Aughton, near Ormskirk, Lancashire Police said on Facebook.

    Doreen Stephenson, a councillor for Aughton Park, labelled the culprits a "disgrace", adding: "It's quite frightening to think what the consequences could be."

    Police urged "everyone to be vigilant".

    Ms Stephenson said: "I can't believe anybody would stoop so low to do something like this in a public children's play area.

    "It's an absolute disgrace."

    Read full article - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-46411533
     
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    Jesus...
     
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    What the? I hope plod got some prints they can use to catch that sick individual.
     

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