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Old 07-22-2008, 02:05 PM   #1
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Unhappy SE side Tire Plug

Who on the SE side can plug my tire? i got a flat and I cant afford to get another one just yet so I need to plug it and my normal guy is out of plugs.

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Old 07-22-2008, 02:07 PM   #2
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humm, I just buy a moto tire repair kit and plug it up myself. working fine for me so far
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Old 07-22-2008, 02:09 PM   #4
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yup DIY now a tire patch (from the inside) i dont know anyone that does that now days... thats the best patch for sure
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Ya you can get a full plug kit from CG for like 10-15 bucks.
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where can i get one?
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Old 07-22-2008, 02:17 PM   #7
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i would HIGHLY recommend doing a patch plug vs a plug. esp. on a ft tire.
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I would but I dont have the tools or the stand to do a patch vs a plug. I also hope to not be on this tire for very long but as of now I dont have the money to spend on a new one.
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What size and model tires do you run?
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I would but I dont have the tools or the stand to do a patch vs a plug. I also hope to not be on this tire for very long but as of now I dont have the money to spend on a new one.
i have a universal pitbull rear stand you can borrow and I'm located at elDorado and elCamino in clear lake. PM me if you need it for a few days
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What size and model tires do you run?
standard 190 in the rear 120 up front, both have holes it it but the front is already plugged lol i have such crappy luck
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i have a universal pitbull rear stand you can borrow and I'm located at elDorado and elCamino in clear lake. PM me if you need it for a few days
Thank you I may have to take you up on that.
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standard 190 in the rear 120 up front, both have holes it it but the front is already plugged lol i have such crappy luck
I got 190 and 120 Pilot Powers that i think have about half thread left (maybe more) I can sell you for good price. They are at a friends and he is checking the exact tread tonight. I put em on in March took them off to switch to M3's and go back to 180 on the rear last month.
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where on SE are you at.. I have a repair kit
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I took mine to that 'on the border place' out in pasadena, when they told me they couldn't patch it (hole was a weird shape because the screwdriver was still in there) they sold me a PP take-off with about 1/2 tread in the center almost full on the sides and installed it for like 70 bucks. It was a little shady so I'm not sure if they even sell take-offs normally, but I was out of options, and I've got 3k on the tire with no problems.
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Its best to buy some take off from somebody on here.
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