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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 1:31 am 
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:16 am 
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I wonder how they go doing a tractor tyre ???? or a old spilt rim off a truck

Spose making those comments makes me a bad person but you need a lot of grunt as there is no machines for them


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 2:54 pm 
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The lot in San Antonio were doing a sidewall repair! _ must have different regs over there?

anyone fancy dealing with these


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footsfitter wrote:
Flintstone wrote:



The lot in San Antonio were doing a sidewall repair! _ must have different regs over there?

anyone fancy dealing with these


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did see the sidewall repair , patch there no the best idea
I think I would put a bullet through the huge bulge before I went near it :o


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defender wrote:
footsfitter wrote:
Flintstone wrote:



The lot in San Antonio were doing a sidewall repair! _ must have different regs over there?

anyone fancy dealing with these


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did see the sidewall repair , patch there no the best idea
I think I would put a bullet through the huge bulge before I went near it :o


I agree shoot it from 200 metres


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defender wrote:
footsfitter wrote:
Flintstone wrote:



The lot in San Antonio were doing a sidewall repair! _ must have different regs over there?

anyone fancy dealing with these


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did see the sidewall repair , patch there no the best idea
I think I would put a bullet through the huge bulge before I went near it :o



Always smirked when at shows or demos where Tech would be pushing their flow-seal plugs by repeatedly sticking them in the sidewalls like a hedgehog. Not bad plugs in the right place though.

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I don't think I would go near that to stick a plug in it


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