intercontinental parts

Saturday, July 6, 2002 10:57 PM
today, (or yesterday, if you prefer), my cousin and i were at SFWOA. whilst on the brake run of BKF, i noticed one of the tires was of a brand i've never heard of before. and i began to wonder. i live, and SFWOA is located not quite a long distance from two tire factories. would'nt it be easier to just order the tires from there? (or certain parts for that matter) and dan, FIRESTONE TIRES! (inside joke)

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If your really evil in this life, do you come back as toilet paper????
ladies and gentlemen, due to an increase in line jumping, people caught cutting in line will no longer be ejected from the park. u will be ejected from the ride

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Saturday, July 6, 2002 11:18 PM
Those tire's aren't exactly standard sizes, those plants probably don't make them. I think they are more like wheelbarrow tires.
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Sunday, July 7, 2002 7:55 AM

Those are industrial tires. They are normally used on items like small trailers, electric carts and tractors,things like that. There are tires made for that purpose here, but the size used on the rides may not be, therefore they have to be obtained from the country of origin.

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