Thursday, January 15, 2009
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
The PimpStar by DUB rims is a huge leap in the evolution of the custom wheel. With PimpStar's built-in full color LED lights, microprocessor and wireless modem, you can display virtually any image, including text, graphics, logos, and even digital photos!
The included software allows you to create your own images and send them to each DUB custom wheel individually or all wheels at the same time while you drive! You can even pre-load up to six images into each wheel and program them to change automatically at the time intervals you select.
These DUB custom wheels are environmentally sealed, so you don't have to worry about going to the car wash, and they are powered by the vehicle electrical system so there are no batteries to run out or change, ever.
These custom wheels are not only just to make a statement, but can also be used as the greatest form of advertisement for your business.
If your Serious about getting the utmost attention to your car, truck or SUV you gotta check out these custom rims. Be prepared to be seated when you look at the price. But hey, if you can afford these rims you will no doubt have the best pimped out vehicle on the road.
I haven't seen this shit on the streets yet but I'm sure I will soon. It's some creative MF's out there. What's next??? I see a lot of tickets being issued for things like indecent exposure. According to what's below you can virtually put any image you want to on these things, that's means Pres. Obama, guns, drugs, violence, even nakedness. Imagine that.
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Rims ain't necessarily the new fad on the block. People have been conscious about the rims on their cars since the dawn of the automobile.
But like many other fashions and fads, rims didn't catch fire until the young urban community got a hold of them in the early 90s. From coast to coast everybody has rim fever. From the Lowriders bouncing on 13-inch gold spokes in California to the Donks with monstrous lift kits sitting on 30-inch rims in Florida.
Rims have gone from stationary to spinning to floating and everything in between. Some use them for practical use and racing but most use them to represent their personal style, flash and creativity.
I'm not trying to sell rims or promote anyone to purchase them but I got a recommendation: Go Big, or Go Home.