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Old 09-23-2015, 01:00 PM   #1
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Patching a tire

Is there anywhere close to Spring where I can get a tire patched... found a nail in my rear tire, its holding air but I dont want to have to drive it down to houston to get it patched.

Anywhere closer I can get this done??
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They won't do it for liability reasons. Your best bet is to go get a plug kit from Walmart or an auto store.
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I've had great success with mushroom plugs
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