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Old 06-12-2007, 05:53 PM
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cool things to do with old tires

I've got two 37" Mud Grapplers I need to replace and I was wanting to do somethin cool with em instead of just throwing them away.

Ex: chairs, tables, etc.

Any ideas??
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Old 06-12-2007, 06:10 PM
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could do that.

i think it would look better if the tires were a little not flush tho.
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Paint the pink (or white) and put them in your front yard. (At least that is what they do with them here in MS...)
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sandbox for the kids or grandkids
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Re-tread all of your sandels
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Oh yeah.


A 37 incher would burn for half of a party
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Old 06-12-2007, 08:03 PM
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you guys suck haha

I guess I'm just gonna stack em up and use them as a keg cooler
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Old 06-12-2007, 08:23 PM
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Use em for seats at parties or something.
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redneck hot tub?
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You'd have to have some hella skinny a$$ redneck women...
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yeah, I thought capt. had some 20's.
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Flower planters:

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Instructions on how to build the inside out tire planters.
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find some bucket seats and bolt them down on top of them, or, a buddy of mine had some 36" TSL Radial's and he took two of them and bolted them together, one on top of the other, and put a glass top on them and used it as a table in his shop on the game room
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Throw one in the back of the garage. They work great for stabilizing an engine in the back of your truck. You still need to tie it down, but the tire helps... the bigger the better...
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