Talk:Yokohama Rubber Company

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Toyo tyre is said here to be the seventh largest tire company in the world. But Hankook has the same label... so which is true?


Why is it that anything that refers to Japan is called JDM.

Yokohama tyres and ADVAN specifically is not a "JDM" only item, sure they have some models, but "JDM Aftermarket" is exactly the same as Japanese Aftermarket.

Rarely will you find Japanese aftermarket products that are built for non Japanese market cars.

It's tautologous and reeks of fanboy mentality. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 122.107.144.106 (talk) 05:53, 6 April 2009 (UTC)