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Old 16th June 2008, 09:53   #31
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Dog pee is actually great moisturizer for tyres. Dog pee keeps the rubber supple and flexible.It also keeps away annoying rats from gnawing on your tyres.I collect dog pee in 500ml bisleri bottles and spray it on my tyres at my convenience.This is one reason why my Goodyear F1's are still soft and nice after 5 years of usage....
You follow the same treatment for all your rubber?
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You follow the same treatment for all your rubber?
Nice one, Navin Sir! Gave me evil thoughts!
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Hey,
simple thing instead of all this worry about pee just get clip on tarp covers for your wheels/tires. Everywhere you park spend 15 minutes and cover them
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simple thing instead of all this worry about pee just get clip on tarp covers for your wheels/tires. Everywhere you park spend 15 minutes and cover them
Excellent idea. Like those Formula One tyre warmers. Most impressive.
One can also hire a pretty scantily-clad girl with an umbrella to stand in front of the car while it is parked, just like F1.

The pretty girl can also shake the umbrella at the offensive doggy with the full bladder.
Shoo! Take your urine elsewhere, please. Shoo!

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You were not actually waiting to collect hundjus when that tree fell, were you ?
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Sam

You were not actually waiting to collect hundjus when that tree fell, were you ?
Oh! man ... I couldn't control laughing loud and I'm sure my sysadmin will block team-bhp.com, soon :-)

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sfilinto, get a dress for your dog from B&T. Shorts should do.
Hullo? All my well-dressed pooches wear crotchless dresses. They still havent mastered the art of unzipping or lifting the skirt, as the case may be.


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Dog pee is actually great moisturizer.
This is one reason why my Goodyear F1's are still soft and nice after 5 years of usage, much to iRaghava's surprise.
Is this also a reason why at 43, you have such a soft and supple face immediately after a shave too?
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Is this also a reason why at 43, you have such a soft and supple face immediately after a shave too?
oooooooh..Sam so what say thou.....????


Also another one:

you can get clip on wheels and tires park the car take the wheels and tires wherever you go...lucky you dont own a bigfoot/ monster truck
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I guess we got to be really careful in case we decide to raze Sam's refrigerator someday.

by the way...how do u collect dog pee...would be an interesting event to witness

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must be similar to milking a cow i think
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so I collect dog pee in 500ml bisleri bottles and spray it on my tyres at my convenience. In the fridge the stuff can last about a week without expiring.
All the guys who have been to Sam's special parties at his apartments at different places (especially the one in Bangalore) must be like this -

I still recall the picture of his fully "stocked up" refrigerator at his Bangalore apartment.

Sam, are you going to start a free give away thread for this stuff
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Dog pee is actually great moisturizer for tyres. ....
Don't we love sundays?? So much time at our hands....
Hilarious, Sam

Now everytime I see a dog easing off on some car tyres, I am going to go like this , and people will think I am crazy, and worse : the dog is probably going to give me a stinker of a look !!!


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must be similar to milking a cow i think
No sir, if you perform similar actions with your hands as milking a cow with a robust male dog, you will end up in a very different and difficult situation.
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You are at Your best Sam...

btw on a personal note, everytime i go to my aunts place (almost twice a week) the pet brought up by aunt marks his boundary on all the tyres accessible to him.

I tried parking very close to a compound wall and found that he was still marking his boundary on the tyres close to the wall from the front or back.

He has this thing to watch my car no matter how long its parked on the road. It surely kept other do*s from peeing on the tyres. And definitely the humans dare to keep their hands on my car when the pet is around.

OT: His name is Rocky too... dont let your imaginations run wild
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...You were not actually waiting to collect hundjus when that tree fell, were you ?
That is a good one, Ajmat!

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...Is this also a reason why at 43, you have such a soft and supple face immediately after a shave too?
No comments! (but... B&T, no offence, but how do you know this??? )

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No sir, if you perform similar actions with your hands as milking a cow with a robust male dog, you will end up in a very different and difficult situation.
Guys - This is the limit! If I stay in this thread any longer, people here will call the medics! Can't stop laughing!

But, getting back to the question - does dog pee actually cause the rim to wear off faster than usual? I recollect something to this effect being said of the bikes rims, long time back, when we had rusted spots on the rim on most of our bikes.
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No sir, if you perform similar actions with your hands as milking a cow with a robust male dog, you will end up in a very different and difficult situation.
Sam, dear friend, my painted Maori boy, exactly how do you know .....nevermind. Let's just say you know.

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