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#8 - duvallwhitey
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Lets all worship this "Dmitri" mindlessly now
#13 to #8 - schizoo
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User avatar #10 to #8 - Dmitri
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That would please me.
#28 - bronywhat
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What would be so bad about a tire being solid ******* rubber anyway? I probably just dont understand but it makes sense to me
#31 to #28 - anon id: ce4dbbbd
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To add to what others said the weight would be to much for stock brakes to handle. Would have to buy some beefy after market brakes to handle all that extra rotating mass.

If you never want to worry about getting a flat again and have the money for some really good brakes. You can have your tires filled with foam, it add quite a bit weight still and your gas mileage will suffer.
#36 to #31 - gjsmothefirst
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hurr durr 100lb of tires would weigh too much on a 3000lb car durr...

No. Think about how much weight you add when another person gets into a car, and how much larger they are than a tire.
#42 to #36 - zeittergiest
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the brakes don't actually have to slow the car down, they slow the rotation of the tires. therefore, the more massive the tires, the more force would be needed to slow them down. more force = bigger, more expensive brakes.
#43 to #42 - gjsmothefirst
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True, they only directly affect the tires. However, due to the tire's grip on the road, they actually have to slow the forward momentum of the car, as well as the angular momentum of the tires.

The forward (linear) momentum of the average (4000lb) car traveling at 60mph is around 50,000 (kg*m)/s.
The average angular momentum of a single tire (also at 60mph) is 67 (kg*m)/s. If you double, triple, even multiply it by 10, it's not going to make a difference.
#50 to #36 - anon id: ce4dbbbd
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hurr durr look up unsprung weight and rotating mass, maybe you learn something jackass
#63 to #28 - jakeattack
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What the **** is going on in that picture. She looks like 15-16 but I see a 10 on the plate
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User avatar #30 to #28 - gwlk
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They would be tremendously expensive, you'd feel every little bump, nook, and cranny in the road, they would be extremely heavy, and the rubber would wear out much quicker due to the friction.
#61 to #28 - jessieqwertyu
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New military tires. not solid, but dont need air
#32 to #28 - bronywhat
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mfw all replies so far
#29 to #28 - VaultTechy
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It needs to be full of air so that it can go down bumpy roads and kind of, shape to the terrain, a straight rubber tire wouldn't have that give so you'd feel every rock and pebble
#2 - RageGuyyourmom
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Isn't it possible that tires could be made entirely of rubber?
User avatar #26 to #2 - RageguyFuckyea
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Rageguy.
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User avatar #7 to #3 - ilikeeatingcheese
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^This guy
#33 - dramallama
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mfw my name is Dmitri....
User avatar #17 - justinsane
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Tires filled with rubber are called run-flat tires. Its an actual thing that mostly gets used in armored vehicles. I doubt the police use them though.
User avatar #19 to #17 - Thebiggeorgy
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Nooooooo..... Run Flat tires come in two types.
1. Is a rim/tire package with a solid ring of rubber inside an air filled tire.
2. (The more common one) has thicker sidewalls that can hold up the weight of the vehicle which are used in many armored vehicles.

Please watch this video completely before speaking again about this topic.
www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=mxHwrMh76tE

I will say there are tires "filled" with rubber, or solid rubber tires, but those are used on forklifts, Pallet Jacks, and such.
User avatar #22 to #19 - jonnyp
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Runflats are also mostly on BMW's (ones with a thick side wall) Mounting runflats will make a man out of you.
User avatar #23 to #22 - Thebiggeorgy
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I can agree with you there. did some myself and it took 3 beers!!
User avatar #20 to #19 - justinsane
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I didnt mean entirely filled, I actually could have sworn I used the word core, but apparently not. Thanks for being a dick about trying to correct me though. Much appreciated
#21 to #20 - Thebiggeorgy
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#62 - seawrath
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MFW police cops
User avatar #11 - Lambda
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They're probably run-flat tires.
#48 - anon id: 489da5ff
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>2013


>STILL doesn't understand everything on yahoo answers is ********
User avatar #51 to #48 - tocoolforyouinajar
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What's the difference between whether it really happened or not? it's still funny
User avatar #6 - doigboiger
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Dmitri's at it again!
#4 - getoffit
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Goddammit Dmitri
Goddammit Dmitri