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Old 09-10-10, 08:15 AM   #1
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Crash followed by a flat :(

Not a good practice session last night. Trying to find the limits on cornering I went down and skinned a knee good. Then on a nice smooth flat section all a sudden pop... hisssssssss.

Blimey and I got no tubular glue left.
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Have you tried fixing it with sealant?
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Have you tried fixing it with sealant?
I really wish I put the sealant in before practice. I got the crap laying around too! But I didn't feel like walking a mile back to my car so I rode on the flat and now there is a tear in the side wall. Oh well live and learn.
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