Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2011 09:27:04 -

Author: Nick True

Subject: Re: New Tires

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The military has been playing around with these for some time now on their
Humvees. They do not flat and take very little maintenance, but they report
that the ride is atrocious. As, in it will give you back problems bad if you
ride them on anything less than ultra-smooth at any rate of speed. Also,
the suspension on the vehicles that have these have to be ultra-precise
since the tires do not have much play or give, and it seems that
the handling is greatly reduced.

Give me a simple, high performance, comfortable tire any day.

Mr. Nickolas True, High School Science
Frontier Academy Secondary 6530 West 16th Street
Greeley, CO 80634
truen@frontieracademy.net





On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 8:44 AM, hubisz wrote:

> *Subject: : Soon to be obsolete spare tires, jacks, lug wrench...*
>
> These tires are made in South Carolina , USA .
>
> SEE THROUGH TIRES
> Radical new tire design by Michelin.
> The next generation of tires.
> They had a pair at the Philadelphia car show.
>
>
>
> Yes, those are 'spoke' like connections to the inner part of the tire from
> the
> outside tread 'wrap!' The next picture shows how odd it looks in
> motion...
>
>
>
>
> Makes you wonder how the ride feels doesn't it?
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> These tires are airless and are scheduled to be out on the market
> very soon.
> The bad news for law enforcement is that spike strips will not work on
> these.
> Just think of the impact on existing technology:
> A. no more air valves...
> B. no more air compressors at gas stations...
> C. no more repair kits...
> D. no more flats...
> These are actual pictures taken at the South Carolina plant of Michelin.
>
> Bet those "tires" are recap-able since only the outer rubber band
> would
> wear out! Wow, just another thing we've used for a lifetime totally
> replaced.
>
>

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heir Humvees. =A0They do not flat and take very little=A0maintenance, but t=
hey report that the ride is atrocious. As, in it will give you back problem=
s bad if you ride them on anything less than ultra-smooth at any rate of sp=
eed. =A0Also, the suspension on the vehicles that have these have to be ult=
ra-precise since the tires do not have much play or give, and it seems that=
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Subject:
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These
tires are made in South Carolina ,
USA .
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SEE
THROUGH TIRES
Radical new tire design by
Michelin.
The next generation of tires.
They had a pair at the
Philadelphia car show.



Yes,
those are 'spoke' like connec=
tions
to the inner part of the tire from
the









outside
tread 'wrap!' The next picture =
shows
how odd it looks in motion...

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Makes
you wonder how the ride feels
doesn't it?

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These
tires are airless and are
scheduled to be out on the
market very soon.
The bad news for law
enforcement is that spike
strips will not work on these.
Just think of the impact on
existing technology:
A. no more air valves...
B. no more air compressors at
gas stations...
C. no more repair kits...
D. no more flats...
These are actual pictures
taken at the South=A0 Carolina
plant of Michelin.<=
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Bet
those "tires" are recap-abl=
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only the outer rubber band would









wear
out! Wow, just another thing we've
used for a lifetime totally
replaced.











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