Represent Your (Not-So) Huge Rimz Wherever You Go with Our New T-Shirts

I’m notorious in the _Science household for my impeccably bad timing. Routinely, I’ll offer to help with the dishes just as The Missus puts the last one away.  It’s with that same uncanny ability that we bring you two new shirts, just in time to completely miss the holiday consumer spending orgy buying season!
We’ve all seen the glorious faux-diamond studded badges on Chrysler 300s or H2s quantifying the extent of the owner’s ignorance to the concept of unsprung weight. Now we offer an opportunity to make a counter-point, in T-shirt form. These badly photochopped painstakingly designed t-shirts come on “standard weight” shirts to keep the cost down. You’re welcome to pick your color.
We can run that design on any peice of merchandise in the Spreadshirt catalog, so we’re open to requests. Also, some of the other merch has been re-priced (most of it’s cheaper), so now’s a great time to update your wardrobe for 2010. We’ve got some more stuff in the works, but it’ll be a little bit whilst we refresh on our Photoshop skills.
In the meantime, hit the Hoonimerch Page or just go straight to our Spreadshirt Store.

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  1. coupeZ600 Avatar

    I'd buy one in a second! What's hard to find are tires. Those little kid ATC/ATV's have an incredible selection of wheels of all types that almost always are offered in the 110×4 bolt hole pattern and come in a bunch of different offsets, and cost as much as regular size wheels. I find it amazing that a dad would buy his kid $200+ wheels for a rig that he'll grow out of in a year if he doesn't kill himself, but that's just me. Tires are another story though. You've basically got two options; a Kumho 145/80×10, or a Yokohama 165/70×10 racing tire that's way expensive. The last Kumho ones I found had to be shipped from a Discount Tire in Ohio, 2000 miles away, and even though I only needed one, I ordered two.