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FLAT TIRE

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DARK EYES

07-30-2012 19:34:59
69.54.144.114



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FIRST TIME FOR THIS TYPE OF FLAT.
SEE ATTACHED? PICTURE
IS THE TIRE SHOT - DO I NEED A NEW ONE?
I HAVE A LOCAL GUY THAT HAS REPAIRED MY LIQUID FILLED TIRE IN THE PAST. LOOKING FOR OPTIONS IF ANY
IT HAS PROBABLY BEEN ASKED BEFORE BUT I'VE CAN'T SEEM TO FIND THE RIGHT WORDS TO ENTER INTO THE SEARCH BOX.
THANK YOU.




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S2710

08-02-2012 16:15:44
98.143.227.89



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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to DARK EYES, 07-30-2012 19:34:59  
I have a tire that the same thing has happened to. It was booted and the tube repaired but after a few years the tire started to tear out at the puncture site. The only way to repair it is to have the boot installed and then have it vulcanize. If you are going to put fluid back in fix it right the first time or pay twice to have it repired right.

Bob



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DARK EYES

07-31-2012 19:29:22
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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to DARK EYES, 07-30-2012 19:34:59  
MANY THANKS FOR YOUR TIME TAKEN TO REPLY
IT SOUNDS LIKE THE TIRE IS NOT WASTED BUT REPAIRABLE.
IF I HAVE IT RIGHT? .... A "BOOT PATCH" FIXES THE HOLE IN THE TIRE AND A NEW OR REPAIRED INNER TUBE WILL HOLD THE AIR AND FLUID.

I'LL TAKE IT TO MY REPAIR PLACE IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS,POST RESULTS WHAT HAPPENED.

THANKS AGAIN

IT'S A STICK - SUMAC I THINK
I THINK THE RED FLUID IN THE PIX CAME FROM THE MIX OF TIRE FLUID AND STICK JUICE.

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Max in Mich

07-31-2012 07:41:08
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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to DARK EYES, 07-30-2012 19:34:59  
We had almost exact same thing on TO-35. Repair included vulcanizing hole, large boot and new tube. Also required a new rim as the orig. rim collapsed when the tire was removed. With refill of fluid whole thing was a little over $400.00
Works like a charm.



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Mike Groom

07-31-2012 06:17:37
199.36.210.202



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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to DARK EYES, 07-30-2012 19:34:59  
Can't tell for sure if it's a stick or a deer antler,either way you can put a boot on the inside and buy a new tube in and you're good to go.



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Charles in Aus.

07-31-2012 03:17:06
211.30.43.34



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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to DARK EYES, 07-30-2012 19:34:59  
Tire mistaken for a vampire ! lol.



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Tony in Mass.

07-30-2012 21:07:04
76.118.216.103



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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to DARK EYES, 07-30-2012 19:34:59  
Wow! That looks like blood on there! Yeah, a boot patch on the inside, I triple check any tube patches lately, I get small slow leaks, my lack of skill or the cheesy kit?
But wow, a new tube is a bill nowdays, you got to try patching both. good luck!



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Richard L

07-30-2012 19:39:10
66.227.231.26



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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to DARK EYES, 07-30-2012 19:34:59  
where is the picture?



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DARK EYES

07-30-2012 19:42:07
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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to Richard L, 07-30-2012 19:39:10  

I'LL TRY AGAIN



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Retired Farmer

07-30-2012 20:23:34
207.200.116.70



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 Re: FLAT TIRE in reply to DARK EYES, 07-30-2012 19:42:07  
Pull the stick out and put a big boot inside and patch the tube if it has one. Nothing wrong with the tire.



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