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post #1 of 14 Old 11-15-2012, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Question Reflective stickers around the rim

Does anyone have reflective stickers around their rims? If so whats the best brand and easiest to install...i've heard of "pro grip" but it seems like its a hassle sticking them on? Have any of you had experience with other brands that are much easier to install?


**if you have any installed on your rims can you plz post a pic

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Mine are not reflective but the look awesome.check my profile pic!

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i've had a variety from a number of places. iirc, these were from tapeworks, they have good stuff:


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A few members have posted that this is where they get theirs from. I'm fixing to order some.


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Yep, I get plenty comments. Make sure to take the wheel off to install it. It makes it MUCH easier and I'm speaking from experience. I don't know the brand name though.
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Awesome thanks for the tips...

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Yep, I get plenty comments. Make sure to take the wheel off to install it. It makes it MUCH easier and I'm speaking from experience. I don't know the brand name though.
Would putting it on while the bikes on a stand work as well?

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Mine are not reflective but the look awesome.check my profile pic!
looks great brother, what brand are they?

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take the wheels off. It is sooooo worth the hassel of taking them off you can lay them flat on a table and end up with a much nicer result

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take the wheels off. It is sooooo worth the hassel of taking them off you can lay them flat on a table and end up with a much nicer result
Ill take your word for it...sigh....this is going to be a pain

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