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kbaird83i have used it before in dirtbike tires. it does work for small leaks or pinches. obviously if you blow a tire off the rim fix a flat isnt going to help too much. and to clear it up it really isnt a mess. it doesnt stick all over the rim as people seem to think. you can usually wipe it off with a wet rag and your good. i use it on the trails becuase it beats the daylights out of pushing your bike. also you dont need to "buy a new tire" everytime you get a flat as 150 says. change the tube and if you have a hole use a patch kit. simple stuff really. put some glue on the patch and shove it through the hole. i carry a big can for trucks. fill it up ride for a while to get it hot and spread it out then let some air out. the larger cans will stop up a pretty good leak for the day.
kbaird83i agree with that. always change the tube. not worth patching. but if you punched a hole through your tire just put a patch in it rather than buy a new one. this keeps any new objects from finding its way though the open space. unless its a small hole such as a nail then its nothing to worry about.
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