Marilyn Mason masonjs at
Thu Jun 11 08:04:15 PDT 2009

If you get lucky and can pick up a  truck tire carcass off the side of the road. You need one long enough (about 7 feet - 2.12 meters) to wrap around the outside of the tire.  You can glue this in place.  Cut the ends at a 45 degree angle where they meet.  These make good tires for travelling from Oklahoma to Saskatchewan "prairie runners".

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: schnowz 
  To: Steven Bixby ; Marilyn Mason 
  Cc: David Beard ; gpzlist at 
  Sent: Thursday, June 11, 2009 7:10 AM
  Subject: Re: Tires

       I believe Jim already does that first and then turn them inside out so  only the carcass remains minus any trace of rubber.

  Pete S

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