Do you show the White wall or Black wall on your tires?

Discussion in 'POLLing place' started by Mean_Green_95, Jul 22, 2009.


White or Black Walls

  1. White-Walls

    43 vote(s)
  2. Black-Walls

    146 vote(s)
  1. Mean_Green_95

    Mean_Green_95 New Member

    I change tires at Sam's Club currently while in school at LSU. I have a lot of people asking for white letters in, so that the black side wall is out. I personally like white letters out, makes a vehicle look, Idk, more classy. What do you guys and gals think?
  2. tattooed4life

    tattooed4life New Member

    Black out, easier to keep clean. white letters look crappy if you don't keep em clean all the time.
  3. Mean_Green_95

    Mean_Green_95 New Member

    I agree, but I try to clean my truck as often as I can.
  4. nickgiacalone

    nickgiacalone New Member

    it all depends on the vehicle and the setup. if u have a silvy dropped to the ground with some 24's on it i would like to see it with blackwalls. if it was a silvy with some nice meats on whiteoutline for sure
  5. Mean_Green_95

    Mean_Green_95 New Member

    Well, I've never seen any low pro tires with any color other than black on it...
  6. freddie

    freddie New Member

    I wish I could explain to all of you how the white letters or white walls are made so you could under stand it. But for the operator making that tire it is a nasty difficult tire to make. For those tires to cure out without any problem just about every part of that tires has to be perfect or it is scrap.
    But to answer the question I would rather have the black wall.
  7. pontiacGTP123

    pontiacGTP123 New Member

    well I like mine with the white out.

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  8. redneckarmyMP

    redneckarmyMP New Member

    to me it just depends on the vehicle/wheels etc.past 3 of my trucks i had white lettering out.looked much better to me..
    Flame red 1997 Dodge ram
    green 1993 ford ranger
    white 2004 silverado

    and i wouldnt let them get stained and look like crap..but if i had say black wheels or somthin like that id go with black out


    cant really see the rangers but use your imagination!haha
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2009
  9. Mean_Green_95

    Mean_Green_95 New Member

    Well played with getting those tires, Those are some of the best tires on the market in my own opinion.
  10. pontiacGTP123

    pontiacGTP123 New Member

    yeah my dad went through one set in 80,000 miles, cant beat that!
  11. Mean_Green_95

    Mean_Green_95 New Member

    nope, can't beat that at all. I wish I could afford them, so terribly much...
  12. Z71_guy

    Z71_guy New Member

    i like white out, but some trucks looks better with black out, all in the look
  13. White wall or black wall?

    I have black walls out because offroading just scrubs the white letters off. My wife has black out because she has lowprofile tires on 20s.
  14. canislupis69

    canislupis69 New Member

    I think it depends on the vehicle. My wife has white letters out on her silver Xterra and I have black walls on my Silvy. Personally I perfer black though.
  15. 2ToNe04

    2ToNe04 New Member

    white out.............
  16. unplugged

    unplugged New Member

    Last month I had a set of the new Wrangler MT/R's installed. The tread in uni-directional so they had to be mounted white side out. No punctures yet! Really good performance in the loose stuff too.
  17. kgibson181

    kgibson181 New Member

    blackwall out for sure looks alot cleaner.
  18. Z71_guy

    Z71_guy New Member

    technically they are not directional but asymmetrical so they can only be mounted one way but can be put on any of the wheel positions

    just to let you know

    but a great tire i love em
  19. Darknesss23

    Darknesss23 New Member

    I generally like white letters out... I even suggested that the tires on my fire companies fire truck get the lettering painted white. stock tires on my 08 silvy are black... i can't wait for new tires and i'm already shopping around!
  20. alrausch

    alrausch New Member

    I think it depends on the vehicle. Newer models I tend to think need blackwall, while your older, classier models of vehicles demand whitewall.

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