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seruzawa 02-05-2007 11:58 AM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
Yeah. And when the mag spoke wheel is spinning you can't freaking see it anyhow.



Only when you are stationary would anyone notice the wheels. These wheels should be mainly excellent for Rubby bar hoppers and Burger Barn sportbike crowd.

Buzglyd 02-05-2007 12:18 PM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
Yeah but at least they have a nice library.

schizuki 02-05-2007 01:31 PM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
The 200-pound unsprung weight is a bit of a disadvantage, though.

The_AirHawk 02-05-2007 01:52 PM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
Apparently, I'm "out of touch" with Real Estate prices on the East and West coast. I paid ~$60k for my 2br 2ba 1600' on 2ac. home in '99 (Missouri).



Go 15 miles South of me, into AR - same place would run ~$250k.



A million-dollar home means something here!



(then again, I have a friend who bought her postage-stamp place in Boulder, CO in '99 too, and is sub-letting the basement to make ends meet to the tune of ~350k for 1000' of living space.......)

The_AirHawk 02-05-2007 01:55 PM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
It's back to the '50s - that's known as "Road-Holding" weight.

BrowningBAR 02-05-2007 01:59 PM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
An efficiency (500-800 square feet) in Manhattan can run you up to $600,000.



A One bedroom can easily go beyond 1 million.

sanfrdnsun 02-05-2007 03:41 PM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
make ends meet? $350,000 is considered scraping by now? Man I have got to stop workin for the government

sanfrdnsun 02-05-2007 03:44 PM

Re: My Hoop Dee
 
and chris rock speaks the exact truth... every day i see a $500 1980s boats (read chevy caprice, cadillac, buick) on 23" rims. and its hilarious seeing these guys spend HOURS at the self help car washes scrubbing down their half rust half primer rides, then more hours polishing those $5000 rims

sanfrdnsun 02-05-2007 03:46 PM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
misleading?



"ksquid writes........"



misleading?

seruzawa 02-05-2007 04:44 PM

Re: Glass Wheels For That Supernatural Floating Effect
 
And why anyone would pay that much to live there....... oh well. Why anyone would want to live there at all is a better question.



I'll just stay here and enjoy flyover country. Oops, I mean it's so horrible here. Stay away. You'll get agoraphobia from all that exposure to open land.


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