Crazy question about tires.
How hard would it be to cut the sidewalls off of a tire.
So that only the cap is left (or whatever it is called).
Then how hard would it be to cut the cap into 18 inch sections.
You could then take these 18 inch long sections of tire cap,
and use then as roofing material for sheds and barns and such.
They would be installed in the same manner as cedar shakes roofing.
The roof would probably never need to be replaced.
This idea came to me one day as I was driving down an interstate highway
and I noticed a lot of tire caps from 18 wheelers on the side of the road.
Wouldn't it be great if they could be recycled.
And wouldn't it be great to have a roof that never needed replacing.
So how hard is it to cut up a tire.
What kind of machine would need to be designed to do this.