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White Letters IN or OUT on my pilot.????

My boss an i have had a difference of opinion on this issue for a long time now "White letters in or out" is my question, not in general but for my pilot. Would love some feed back from you guys
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White letters definitely IN (black walls facing outward).


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Why are you asking us, isn't it your opinion that ultimately matters?


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That's up to personal taste, but in my opinion it depends on the type and size of tire. On my old Ford truck I always had the white letters out, but on my pilot, I don't think it would look right. Now if for some dumb reason I lifted the pilot and stuck 33"s under it, then yeah, white letters out.

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IMO, on the Pilot, I like them IN. On my old 97 Explorer I had them both IN and OUT and preffered OUT on that vehicle.

They are IN on mine.

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White letters out = 10+hp gain.
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Haha thanks guys! ive been run over on this issue from several different places. i do appreciat your imput White letters in I get it!

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Get the blackwall version and there are no white letters to worry about.
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Can I change my answer?

Passenger Side: white letters out (I never use the passenger side... so who cares)
Drivers Side: white letters in


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White letters out but color the letters in with black sharpie......
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White letters out but color the letters in with black sharpie......
If you really want to get obscene, add white walls to the mix! (just saw a CR-V with white walls this past weekend)

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Can I change my answer?

Passenger Side: white letters out (I never use the passenger side... so who cares)
Drivers Side: white letters in
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If you really want to get obscene, add white walls to the mix! (just saw a CR-V with white walls this past weekend)
Ha, those made me laugh this morning Haven't had white walls since I owned a Buick LeSabre. That car looked really nice in white walls. Don't think it would in white letters though

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