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Old 01-11-2010, 06:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For those who were interested
triangle $40 shipped
round $45 shipped
heart $48 shipped
comes in the colors shown
*it is NOT a tow hook:rolleyes:*


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Dilly! I know what I want for 2/14
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Old 01-11-2010, 06:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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How do we install 'em on our tow hooks, since they're ringed longitudinally versus traverse?

Just ziptie 'em on any which way or what? I'm liking these, since my tow hook toy already drags on the ground even at my currently stock ride height

What are the rings made of? Hard plastic?

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Are these full size or keyring size?

If anybody else was wondering, 'cause I sure was, they're subway hand straps.
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I was down for a heart for my backpack, until i saw the price.
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I was down for a heart for my backpack, until i saw the price.
Think of it as an investment in pimpin'.
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Old 01-11-2010, 07:13 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I'm wondering if I will get pulled over by the cop in Florida with these on?
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Check with the DMV or local police. They will probably say yes but I doubt it. Highly
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Old 01-11-2010, 07:25 PM   #9 (permalink)
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the round ones and the triangle ones are pretty close replicas of whats on the trains here.
yes, i know its expensive. if i get a couple of guys together i might be able to drop the price more.
you can take them apart and loop them through the hook whatever way you want.
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How many do you need for a better price Rod?
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How do we install 'em on our tow hooks, since they're ringed longitudinally versus traverse?

Just ziptie 'em on any which way or what? I'm liking these, since my tow hook toy already drags on the ground even at my currently stock ride height

What are the rings made of? Hard plastic?



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Triangles look like they rotate. For the circle and heart if you had another wide flat strap to you could slip that through the one included and then it'd be straight
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Old 01-11-2010, 10:33 PM   #13 (permalink)
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whats the diameter on the round one? I had one and couldn't fit it as it was exactly the same distance as between the floor and my towhook
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lost:
about 5 people and i can drop the price maybe by 8$ or so

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length is around 20cm
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I'll get one regardless, sign me up..
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Yeah, sign me up for two all white round ones
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So we got 3 total ready to order, anyone else?
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im gonna make a GB thread in a minute
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Old 01-20-2010, 12:35 AM   #21 (permalink)
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If anybody else was wondering, 'cause I sure was, they're subway hand straps.
Yeah I was curious until my Japanese girlfriend told me what Tsurikawa meant.
Yeah I guess they are for short people that cant reach the oh shit handles that come stock in the cars.
I dont get why they are hanging from the rear of the cars though. Maybe they are for hitchhikers that you dont want in your car. They can just grab onto that handle until they reach their destination.
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Maybe they are for hitchhikers that you dont want in your car. They can just grab onto that handle until they reach their destination.
The southeast frowns upon such actions
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Yeah I was curious until my Japanese girlfriend told me what Tsurikawa meant.
Yeah I guess they are for short people that cant reach the oh shit handles that come stock in the cars.
I dont get why they are hanging from the rear of the cars though. Maybe they are for hitchhikers that you dont want in your car. They can just grab onto that handle until they reach their destination.

story goes that back in the day the bosozoku guys used to steal them off trains and hang them off their cars as a trophy kinda thing
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Old 01-20-2010, 01:50 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Damn... ok
I still dont know why car guys would do that in Japan land because Bosozoku are the biker gangs right?
Anyways who cares buy this guys product! Im still trying to find a job for some $$!
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Old 01-20-2010, 01:56 AM   #25 (permalink)
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The southeast frowns upon such actions
Yeah fuck em! My dad almost got stabbed and robbed by one, but fortunately that guy fucked with the wrong guy. My dad used to get into bar fights all the time. He just roughed him up a bit then kicked the scum out of his ride.
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Damn... ok
I still dont know why car guys would do that in Japan land because Bosozoku are the biker gangs right?


bosozoku roll in cars too but the biker guys are more common, infact they ride past my house every night at about 11 or 12 you can hear them literally a mile away.
but essentially the tsurikawa is just a way of showing that you are a rebel...:rolleyes: yes, i know its weird but if it wasn't weird then it wouldn't be Japan right
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Old 01-20-2010, 03:27 AM   #27 (permalink)
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^^^^ Haha! True true!
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Now that it has all been described ..... I STILL don't get it - in fact, it makes even less sense now.
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bumpity bump... in case anyone else wants one
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I want one, but I want a real one! Rod, I'm sure you've got some rebel in you, next time you're on the subway....
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