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Old 01-21-2014, 09:25 PM
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Flat free motorcycle tires

This seems to be a dated video, but I've never heard of these...anyone else?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GScWP...e_gdata_player
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Re: Flat free motorcycle tires

I sure could have used that back in my legal messenger days. I always carried those black or red camel hair tire plugs, respective tools and Co2 cartridges. And I used them on many occasion. But too not even have to worry about a flat would have been a little bit of heaven on earth.
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Re: Flat free motorcycle tires

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This seems to be a dated video, but I've never heard of these...anyone else?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GScWP...e_gdata_player


Seems fantastic, highly safely.

Question is, why is not so popular ?. May be must wait a Little to use it
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Re: Flat free motorcycle tires

It is sure to add weight to the tire; the antithesis of what the performance minded desire.

I’ve received umbrage for years from motorcycle dealerships for using viscous tire sealant/balancing fluid in my motorcycle tires rather than their dynamic tire balancing machine and assorted lead weights.. But in respect to “balancing” It is simple physics, and it WORKS!


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Seems fantastic, highly safely.

Question is, why is not so popular ?. May be must wait a Little to use it
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