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Wow if you type in the site name now it automatically puts it as above. Don't put all of that in there just the ranger-forums part
lol, I gotcha man... that would look & sound better

btw when was R/F established? I was gonna put an EST: 'date'
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Hey man you all Right???........ You Sure?...... Looks like you got ran over???

Where are your shoes???...... O you typcally kick them of in a fit of joy when you get ran over..... OK.... Just checking......


LOL....
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i think we need a slightly more agressive tread pattern like swamper or thornbirds maybe
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KM2s...

So I might be a little biased....
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thats gonna be hard to do... I found that tread on another shirt went into illustrator and copied it using Live Trace... I would need a stamp of this "KM2" just a heads up.
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thats gonna be hard to do... I found that tread on another shirt went into illustrator and copied it using Live Trace... I would need a stamp of this "KM2" just a heads up.
well if thats how you did it im sure i or someone else could put some ink or something on a tire then run it over scan it on a computer tada!
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well if thats how you did it im sure i or someone else could put some ink or something on a tire then run it over scan it on a computer tada!
now thats creative, lol

like a black poster board with some white acrylic paint... it would work and paint would wash of the tires...

dang some of you are dedicated! haha
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DUDE! Those look BA!
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i think we need a slightly more agressive tread pattern like swamper or thornbirds maybe
Absolutley not. Thornbirds dont belong on a truck much less a hoodie.
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haha, owned
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It all sounds good to me. With Ranger w/o Ranger. I am game for a hoodie (hopefully a decal too!)

Are T-shirts done then?

Cody's got the right idea IMO.
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Ok i tried a blank piece of paper and used the spare tire in my room and no luck i need some black paper and chalk if i were not working all day tom i would do it maybe when i get off....
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Ok the paint idea failed so did the chalk so i just took a pic lol hopefully you can trace it


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here's one... rough design, need to put in in illustrator for a cleaner look

THIS ONE HAS MY VOTE! i think its perfect
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Ok the paint idea failed so did the chalk so i just took a pic lol hopefully you can trace it


Maybe some waterbased paint? that way you'll be able to wash it off the tire when done?


Cody..AWESOME work!!!
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Maybe some waterbased paint? that way you'll be able to wash it off the tire when done?


Cody..AWESOME work!!!
tried that when i put paint on it and then run it over paper the treat pattern just doesn't look right i think its b/c the tire isn't actually mounted so its rounded more if that makes any sense?
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gotcha.....center of tread comes to a point, a crest if you will. i get it.

I do vote it needs to be a KM2 though. Most definately.
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sickness.. i completely approce. nastiness
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I don't like the shirts saying "R-F". That's not the name of the site, just an abbreviation. I think the shirts should say w w w. r a n g e r - f o r u m s . c o m (without the spaces) After all, that's who we are and people who don't know what we're about aren't going to have a clue what "R-F" is.
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tread pattern maybe?
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Instead of the blue logo on the front center and back lower right, have this logo centered in an oval, kind of like the Peterbilt logo.

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i like grafixguy's design!!!
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