I plugged mine, rode it bald..I had no problem. Some will tell you it’s suicide.
Exactly what I do. And did. And will do again.I plugged mine, rode it bald..I had no problem. Some will tell you it’s suicide.
Nah, you can push a tire string into the tire or pull it out from the inside. Both are easy.Here's a link to that kit on amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Stop-Go-Replacement-Patch-3002/dp/B0022ZMKZE
If you decide to use a tire string, it'll make it a lot more difficult for you if you want to undo it and use an internal patch, so it's best to choose whatever method you're fine with as a long term repair.
If I had to pick a tire to go flat, I'd probably prefer the rear over the front.
It's not that. It's that you've reamed the hole out to a bigger size with the reaming tool so the tire string would fit.. One of those Stop and Go plugs I mentioned wouldn't be as effective at what it was designed to do as far as filling the hole through the tire, because the hole is now a lot bigger.Nah, you can push a tire string into the tire or pull it out from the inside. Both are easy.
YES!! This was the video I was recalling.... and also shows why the mushroom one should NEVER be used in my opinion. I'll do the rope until I have a reason to take the tire off the bike and try a more perm fix.