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Old 08-02-2008, 12:50 AM
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Default Re: Tire Sealants: Do They Really Work?

Did you air it up again and spin so it would seal? The principle is the same for everybody and it works if the steps are repeated a few times. Air , spin, air, spin & if it is a tack and only punctured the outer surface and there is 4 oz of sealer in the tube it should seal. If you pull the tack out and do not spin; the sealer is all at the bottom of the tube and will not seal. Weight will not matter. I like to pump up and ride around the block and it will seal if the conditions exist as I state them. It is a physical principle that this is based on and it works the same for all not just some.
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