Knobblies to slicks



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GearóId Ó Laoi

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It is becoming more and more difficult to get slick tyres in a knobbly market. There is a
marketing difficulty with them as people instinctively adn incorrectly believe that they cannot
grip in the wet.

After years of research the Green Tyre Company of Cork Ireland have come up with yes....

A tyre (tire to Americans) Razor!

This piece of high-tech equipment, which is not cheap (costs 180 Euro) uses a combination of lasers,
hot irons and grinding wheels to turn your cheapo knobblies into ultraslicks. A side benefit is that
knobblies are dirt cheap.

Their website is

http://www.yadsloof/greentyre.razor.ie
 
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Tony W

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"Gearóid Ó Laoi, Garry Lee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> It is becoming more and more difficult to get slick tyres in a knobbly market. There is a
> marketing difficulty with them as people instinctively adn incorrectly believe that they cannot
> grip in the wet.
>
> After years of research the Green Tyre Company of Cork Ireland have come
up
> with yes....
>
> A tyre (tire to Americans) Razor!
>
> This piece of high-tech equipment, which is not cheap (costs 180 Euro)
uses
> a combination of lasers, hot irons and grinding wheels to turn your cheapo knobblies into
> ultraslicks. A side benefit is that knobblies are dirt
cheap.
>
> Their website is
>
> http://www.yadsloof/greentyre.razor.ie

No it isn't (or if it is its giving Page cannot be displayed. :(
 
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Rg

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Ah ! April 1st again !

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"Gearóid Ó Laoi, Garry Lee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> It is becoming more and more difficult to get slick tyres in a knobbly market. There is a
> marketing difficulty with them as people instinctively adn incorrectly believe that they cannot
> grip in the wet.
>
> After years of research the Green Tyre Company of Cork Ireland have come
up
> with yes....
>
> A tyre (tire to Americans) Razor!
>
> This piece of high-tech equipment, which is not cheap (costs 180 Euro)
uses
> a combination of lasers, hot irons and grinding wheels to turn your cheapo knobblies into
> ultraslicks. A side benefit is that knobblies are dirt
cheap.
>
> Their website is
>
> http://www.yadsloof/greentyre.razor.ie
>
 
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Michael Macclan

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In message <[email protected]>, Tony W <[email protected]> writes
>
>"Gearóid Ó Laoi, Garry Lee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>news:[email protected]...
>> It is becoming more and more difficult to get slick tyres in a knobbly market. There is a
>> marketing difficulty with them as people instinctively adn incorrectly believe that they cannot
>> grip in the wet.
>>
>> After years of research the Green Tyre Company of Cork Ireland have come
>up
>> with yes....
>>
>> A tyre (tire to Americans) Razor!
>>
>> This piece of high-tech equipment, which is not cheap (costs 180 Euro)
>uses
>> a combination of lasers, hot irons and grinding wheels to turn your cheapo knobblies into
>> ultraslicks. A side benefit is that knobblies are dirt
>cheap.
>>
>> Their website is
>>
>> http://www.yadsloof/greentyre.razor.ie
>
>
>No it isn't (or if it is its giving Page cannot be displayed. :(
>
>

And 'yadsloof' spelled backwards is?
--
Michael MacClancy
 
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David Pipes

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In message <[email protected]>, "Gearóid Ó Laoi, Garry Lee"
<[email protected]> writes
>It is becoming more and more difficult to get slick tyres in a knobbly market. There is a
>marketing difficulty with them as people instinctively adn incorrectly believe that they cannot
>grip in the wet.
>
>After years of research the Green Tyre Company of Cork Ireland have come up with yes....
>
>A tyre (tire to Americans) Razor!
>
>This piece of high-tech equipment, which is not cheap (costs 180 Euro) uses a combination of
>lasers, hot irons and grinding wheels to turn your cheapo knobblies into ultraslicks. A side
>benefit is that knobblies are dirt cheap.
>
>Their website is
>
>http://www.yadsloof/greentyre.razor.ie
Nice try - April 1st and all that:)
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DP
 
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Clifford Griffi

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"Gearóid Ó Laoi, Garry Lee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> It is becoming more and more difficult to get slick tyres in a knobbly market. There is a
> marketing difficulty with them as people instinctively adn incorrectly believe that they cannot
> grip in the wet.
>
> After years of research the Green Tyre Company of Cork Ireland have come
up
> with yes....
>
> A tyre (tire to Americans) Razor!
>
> This piece of high-tech equipment, which is not cheap (costs 180 Euro)
uses
> a combination of lasers, hot irons and grinding wheels to turn your cheapo knobblies into
> ultraslicks. A side benefit is that knobblies are dirt
cheap.
>
> Their website is
>
> http://www.yadsloof/greentyre.razor.ie
>
>
> It is April 1st Gerry

Cliff
 
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