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    Hi guys

    Getting pritty sick of flat tyres and slow punchures. Has anyone tried this stuff?
    http://uk.ebid.net/perl/auction.cgi?...rom=googlebase

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    Dont quote me on this, but when ever I have spoken to people before about this Ive always been told you cant use products like this on low profiles

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    Well thats not much use then lol

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    if its anything similar to that used by the manufacturers in their puncture/sealant kits its just liquid laytex -as the tyre gets warm/hot from being driven it cures and forms a skin/scab on the inner surface of the tyre -its generally useless as it will only cover very small pinholes and you have to try and cure the tire with the puncture so you end up damagin the sidewalls ...and most people end up having to replace the tyre at additional expense and owing to the liquid state of the product its exceedingly messy to change a tyre - no one will thank you for filling a rim with it - and it stinks

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