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Unread 12-28-2013, 02:21 AM   #21
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I've used slime in riding mower tires & golf cart tires with good results but if you ever do separate a tire & rim that has been "slimed" just remember it can create quite a neon green mess .
Yah I have. It's really not to bad.
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Unread 12-28-2013, 06:29 AM   #22
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Default Re: Need a tire plugged??

i agree with ric68,

slime works awesome, and i haven't noticed any kind of out of balance problems while riding wide open.
cactus are a real killer on tires, here in texas
my 25" swamp foxs have 2 plugs in 1 hole from a slice caused by an oyster bed,
and those plugs are still holding........
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Unread 12-28-2013, 07:00 AM   #23
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I run Slime in our Carts,Quads,and Lawn Equipment.My mower needed tires badly(the sides were split open,and they would hold air for a day or 2)I put slime in to finish the season,they held for months!We run the quads at high-speed and don't notice any imbalance-vs- without it.When I was doing Road-Service,I did tires for a Construction-Waste company.They had me pump this nasty white sealer in their tires,it had fibre-strands in it.I asked how good it worked,since they ran in landfills.He said "Unreal"! A few days later he shows me a Loader-tire with a chunk of Re-Bar hanging out of the side-wall,and the sealer oozing around it.NO Leak!!!!!They cut the bar off,and left it in the tire!!!!I was sold!!!
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