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Old 07-09-21, 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted by seibaatgung View Post
You mean like Sealant?
Kind of.
Only with zero intention of healing the tire.

Water is harder to push through a hole than air. So when the tires pick up screws, rivets, other kinds of trash it gives me a lot more time until I have to plug or change them.

This is on a 3500 diesel truck.
I would not want to do the same thing to a bike.
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