CHECK THIS OUT... BOGGER TIRE TREAD RINGS

Discussion in 'General Chit Chat' started by powerstrokin04, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. powerstrokin04

    powerstrokin04 Well-Known Member

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  2. drkelly

    drkelly Samurai wheeler

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    Those are pretty cool. I just lost my wedding band about a month ago, and am about to give up hope on finding it.

    I like this spinner gear ring:
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  3. 13bullets

    13bullets Chris

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    They're neat and all, but for the prices, they can keep them.
     
  4. frankenyoter

    frankenyoter Team Underfunded

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    I am on my second $40 ring. Lost the first one in less than a year.

    I'd rather put the savings into some aftermarket chrome stuff or maybe a new set of Thornbirds.
     
  5. THE guyrock

    THE guyrock Gentle Giant

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    The gears work in the ring, then the always cool grill rings. Too bad the ZJ would make a ugly ring. Haha
     

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  6. Gmachine

    Gmachine Active Member

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    Agreed. There's nothing special in making them, but I guess all the magazine advertising they buy is being passed on to the buyer.
     
  7. BigBody79

    BigBody79 Well-Known Member

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    I'd stay way from the titanium. If you break your finger and it swells. You have zero chance of getting the ring off. With gold they can just cut if off and your finger will be fine.

    How do you lose a ring. You shouldn't be taking it off...tsk tsk:flipoff2:
     
  8. RatLabGuy

    RatLabGuy You look like a monkey and smell like one too

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    Psst - Titanium is really strong for it's weight, but isn't miraculously hard or impossible to cut - you can cut it w/ a normal jewelers saw.
    Only difference is that since it dosn't bend like gold etc, it takes 2 cuts to get it off instead of 1.
     

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