Dodge Challenger Tire Letters
Dodge Challenger Tire Letters – Looking for the most durable raised rubber tire letters on the market? Our permanent tire stickers are designed for the most demanding conditions and to last the entire life of the tire! These tire letter kits allow you to customize the sidewall of your tire with colorful logos and designs. Officially licensed brand designed from the brand trusted by tire and automotive companies including Goodyear, Michelin, Dodge, Toyo, Nitto, Falken and more! The bottom line: Raised rubber tire letters from Tire Stickers are ideal for maintaining a high-quality look and lasting bond under daily driving and track conditions.
Tire Stickers is the company behind the cool tire letters you’ve surely seen on vehicles driving the street, track or at your local car show. Tire Stickers prides itself on being the leading global supplier of quality tire lettering products. It provides unique products that adhere to the rubber tire sidewalls for a unique, sporty look that sets your ride apart from the rest. Its wide variety of products can be used for personal or commercial use, high-performance cars, off-road vehicles, bicycles and motorcycles.
Dodge Challenger Tire Letters
The Tire Stickers product range currently includes: Tire Paint Pens, Peel and Stick Tire Letter Kits, Individual Letter Permanent Raised Rubber Kits and Pre-Curved Permanent Raised Rubber Letter Kits. All Tire Stickers products can be purchased in a variety of sizes, fonts and colors to help your car stand out. Tire Stickers also offers customers the option to design custom tire letters and logos to really make a statement.
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Tire Stickers not only invented tire lettering, but is also the only official global manufacturer of branding solutions used on tire sidewalls and rubber surfaces. Tire Stickers has developed strong relationships with almost every major tire brand out there, including Dunlop, Toyo, Michelin, Goodyear, Continental and many more! Tire Stickers’ mission is to match customers with quality products and inventive designs that provide a unique look that catches the eye. The company works hard to develop lasting relationships with customers and lead the industry in terms of quality, customer service and overall performance. Its products have been thoroughly tested to withstand the most demanding conditions and environments to ensure durability and longevity.
In addition to branding solutions, Tire Stickers also offers products for tracking, marking and identifying tires for easy inventory management. These include QR codes, barcodes, data matrix, RFID and other security technologies.
If you want to decorate your ride with a set of tire stickers, you’ve come to the right place. Vivid Racing is pleased to offer an extensive range from Tire Stickers to a wide variety of tire brands. We carry stickers for almost all tire brands from BF Goodrich, Continental and Falken to Goodyear, Nitto, Michelin and Toyo. If you cannot find a specific tire sticker above or have general questions, please call our sales team at (480) 966-3040.
Our permanent raised rubber tire stickers are under 1 year free replacement warranty only through pre-lettered purchases and installations at our factory. The warranty ensures that decals do not fall off under normal driving conditions and does not cover wear from kerbs, car washes or the like or discoloration and stains due to chemical pollutants. Damage due to wear and tear due to curbs, wheel wells, wheel mounting, car washing or the like is not covered by the warranty, but repair and replacement can be purchased separately.
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Installations of distributors and D.I.Y. kits do not carry product warranty through TireStickers.com. By purchasing a D.I.Y. set you agree that problems associated with product that have been installed by distributors, service shops or yourself are beyond Tire Stickers’ responsibility, although we may be able to help diagnose the source of the problem. Pre-Lettered tires on disposable products. For replacement letters, words or symbols, please email [email protected] with your order details and replacement requirements for a custom invoice.
One of our experts will be happy to help you navigate these options and get the exact part you need. We can contact you by phone or e-mail. MOPARMOM said: These things keep my white walls looking like new! View attachment 77772 Click to expand… Yes… Good stuff… Used it when I had my Plymouth Duster with Firestone Wide Ovals…
Dodgeguy said: Back then we used Brillo pads. Click to expand… I use Brillo pads WITH Westley’s LOL!! Makes the letters super white!!!
Vin57 said: I use Mr. Clean Erasers on the white walls of my motorcycle, do a great job. Click to expand… That product has been around for as long as I can remember. I remember using it years ago on whitewall tires back in the 60’s.
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Orv said: I had mine on my charger for about 15 thousand miles. Never been through a car or high pressure spray. That probably wouldn’t be a good idea. The corners of mine here and there lifted. Easy to fix though. They are just held in place with superglue. Good preparation work goes a long way. Click to expand… Yes, the prep work is the key to making them stick for a long time. I saw a video where you clean the tires until no black comes off at all and the cloth starts to stick to the tire. Then they are ready to have the letters applied
Orv said: If you use tread wear, they can do custom or exact lettering on the tires. My Daytona was a perfect match. Click to expand…
I looked on treadwear.com and I couldn’t find the stickers for the Perilli 275/40 ZR 20 (106Y). Do you have any idea where I can find them. I want the stickers to match the actual Perilli logo on the tire.
I heard tread is a good company. But I went with tire stickers. I took a tracing of the letters on my tire, scanned it and emailed them. They made custom stickers from my tracing. I think treadwear can do this too.
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This is an older thread, you may not receive a reply and may revive an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread. Has anyone tried this mod on their deck??..costs about $110 and looks easy to make…too scrappy??..stupid??..or does it look kinda cool?? but wondering how long they will last is the bigger question…bit on the fence about that.
When they are new… they look great… but to be honest a couple of friends drive them and after a while they become hard to keep clean. I also see cracks developing and god forbid you scrub up against a curb…. IMHO they look like they are a pain in the a$$ in the long run… I know I sound like a “Debbie Downer”. .. but these are the reasons why I never moved… lol
** another friend of mine had custom vinyl decals made that sit on the edge of his rims… they look pretty good and easy to keep looking nice again as long as he doesn’t brake them. ..
I did the lap with similar letters from Tirestickers.com and they have worked beautifully. It is labor intensive, as you have to scrub the tires with acetone before application. My stickers were customized to match the actual lettering on the tires.
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1973 Cuda said: I made the lap with similar letters from Tirestickers.com and they have worked beautifully. It is labor intensive, as you have to scrub the tires with acetone before application. My stickers were customized to match the actual lettering on the tires. View attachment 263977 Click to expand… Brand specifics are pretty cool. Acetone will also keep them bright white.
Unfortunately, the top tire manufacturers do not offer raised lettering as a custom order option! wouldn’t deal with cracking and peeling due to high HP, just the dingy yellowing if not cleaned
I’ve seen several at car shows and to be honest I’m not a fan. Even when I had them OEM on my Ram trucks after a few years they start to look crazy… JMO
I’ve never really liked the look of the larger letters that you usually see, but the smaller, factory-made ones are pretty cool. The chemicals involved is what raises a red flag for me. Acetone has been shown to break down rubber and the tire mark adhesives may or may not affect the rubber long term. Since the sidewalls have been noted as being the most vulnerable part of a tire, I would probably refrain from doing this sort of thing – especially if you run at high speeds above the legal limits, drag race, or do frequent smokey burnouts.
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Clean the tires with plenty of water with no more than a small amount of washing-up liquid or liquid soap. Never use brake cleaner, benzene, acetone, thinner solutions or the like, as this will damage the tires. If any of these substances accidentally land on the tires, wipe the tires immediately with an absorbent cloth. ,
I went with a paint marker from Michael’s. I have to do touch ups a few times