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    Quote Originally Posted by ajturbo View Post
    would it fix..this
    Thats just some dumbarse that was to misrble to replace a tyre when the depth markers wore out... she be right just one more ride BANG
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous View Post
    Thats just some dumbarse that was to misrble to replace a tyre when the depth markers wore out... she be right just one more ride BANG
    Buellbabe thought i would make welly .... yer right.....
    only made stratford....
    too shaun harris's horror ....


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    Quote Originally Posted by ajturbo View Post
    would it fix..this
    nope
    you should learn to corner though
    asked Mom if I was a gifted child ... she said they certainly wouldn't have paid for me.


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    it's all the power slides


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    Quote Originally Posted by babyB View Post
    nope
    you should learn to corner though
    HAHAHAAAAaaaaa hahahahaha, ohh girl you got him good

    Quote Originally Posted by ajturbo View Post


    it's all the power slides
    WOW you can slid in a straight line?

    maybe I was to blame...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajturbo View Post
    would it fix..this
    yes i have put a few plugs in a worse tyre

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    hahahahahah.... hahahahahah..

    thanks guys, i need a laugh!!!

    and BB.... you'll keep..... think spanking and chasing around the house will be in order...

    as for you D, .. i think the same will be worth a good laugh......


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    Quote Originally Posted by ajturbo View Post
    hahahahahah.... hahahahahah..

    thanks guys, i need a laugh!!!

    and BB.... you'll keep..... think spanking and chasing around the house will be in order...

    as for you D, .. i think the same will be worth a good laugh......
    how long is ya hallway
    I TURN OFTERN

    i alwayed carried can of 'tyreweld' but the guys use to curse at repair/change time them repair kits are premo & way cleaner
    asked Mom if I was a gifted child ... she said they certainly wouldn't have paid for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous View Post
    Yeah good point, I used to carry a tyre pando, but when it came time to use it on my 500 turbo it failed due to the holebeing to big and the power tearing the hole open. After that I carried a inner tube for a few years... but ya know what the repair kits are smaller and mostly fail proof with out needing to remove the wheel.
    I had a similar experience with the tyre pando except I had too many holes for it to fix. It made a hell of a mess on the inside of the tyre

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    Read this thread so went and bought one of those kits. Had a puncture tonight out in the countryside and so was back on the road in 30 mins - brilliant! Would have been f-ed without it. Thanks for the tip! So new tyre tomorrow and some more co2 cartridges...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajturbo View Post
    would it fix..this
    Ah, that might take a smear of Selleys Spred-sole to fix I reckon.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blatman View Post
    Read this thread so went and bought one of those kits. Had a puncture tonight out in the countryside and so was back on the road in 30 mins - brilliant! Would have been f-ed without it. Thanks for the tip! So new tyre tomorrow and some more co2 cartridges...
    The tyre can be repaired permintley saving you a new one, unless ya tyres nackered anyway and ya due for a newbe.
    cheers DD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blatman View Post
    Read this thread so went and bought one of those kits. Had a puncture tonight out in the countryside and so was back on the road in 30 mins - brilliant! Would have been f-ed without it. Thanks for the tip! So new tyre tomorrow and some more co2 cartridges...
    Yeah similar story dude, I'd heard about them, thought great idea, purchased and got to try it out within two weeks. I noticed on a recent group ride that heap's of rider's had them on board, so the word is spreading!
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    I've got one on board now thanks to this tread. Always going to get one, but never got around to it. Although in saying that I did carry a tyre pando with me. I've still got the pando on board if someone else gets a flat haha
    Thanks for the tread Danderous

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