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    We tryed battery acid at work that didn't work.
    "Not all commodore drivers are wankers, but all wankers drive commodores"

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    Just run cheap chinese tyres from now on. My mate pulls out his blower and all the burnt rubber just blows away. Other than that, I can't help ya man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s13 james View Post
    haha ,goodluck,is your boss into cars?
    Hmmm, not really ay....... He does drive a 2008 Porsche 911 turbo tho.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evinkarr View Post
    Just run cheap chinese tyres from now on. My mate pulls out his blower and all the burnt rubber just blows away. Other than that, I can't help ya man.
    Lol, if you think the rubber will blow away, you are severly underestimating quality of the burnout............ And yes, they were crappy chinese tyres (blue steaks)

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    get some mates do burnouts where u did aswell and when the boss come back Just say some hoons came in the night doing burn outs end of story
    Last edited by Gear-head; 12th February 2012 at 08:19 PM.

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    wire wheel on a grinder.

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    Ring a concretor, they'll have some acid shit to clean it up.

    Update the cv too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Ring a concretor, they'll have some acid shit to clean it up.

    Update the cv too
    +1, works a treat

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    +1 for gear head, too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gear-head View Post
    get some mates do burnouts where u did aswell and when the boss come back Just say some hoons came in the night doing burn outs end of story
    Not that simple.

    I did it on the inside of the gate (ie private property), then leads out onto the road, few fig 8's etc.......

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