How does that work?buzyg wrote: ↑Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:26 pmYup that will probably be repairable. Easy enough to repair it your self with a kit from flea bay. Takes about twenty minutes, including reading the instructions.
This is the kit I have.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Tubeless-Tyre ... 41b2d43a25
Obviously you need a Compressor to re-inflate the tyre.
Unless it's a run flat, in which case your Screwed.
I had assumed that professional puncture repairs were done from the inside with a mushroom-shaped piece of rubber, so that the pressure forced a good seal. Surely anything that gets inserted from the outside could pop out?