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 Do it Yourself Tire Repair?

Answer Car tires can take a lot of punishment, so springing a leak in one takes some effort, meaning repairing will take effort as well. If the leak was a side effect of excessive tire wear, the tire need... Read More »
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How to Fix a Flat Tire Using a Tire Repair Kit?

A nail will puncture any type of tire. The rubber poses little barrier for a nail or screw. You typically will only notice a nail or screw in your tire when it goes flat. You should visually inspec... Read More »
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How to Repair a Cut in a Tire?

A flat or leaking tire can mean that you have a small cut somewhere on the tire's surface. To repair it, you must locate the problem, which is often caused by an object the car has run over. After ... Read More »
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How to Repair an RV Tire?

Recreational Vehicles (RV) use heavy tires typically rated for higher loads. The sidewalls of these usually include 6 plies (layers of rubber and cord) or more to accommodate the weight of the RV. ... Read More »
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Tire Repair FAQ?

Most drivers have experienced a flat tire at one time or another. Tire problems are common, as rubber tires wear out over time and can be damaged relatively easily by glass and metal debris. Replac... Read More »
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