Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Nowhere near the mountains :/
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Invested in a co2 pump recently after i got a flat (right by my house luckily). So i fix it inside and it was a hole in the interior seam, looks like a defective tube. Pump it back up and its good as new. (yes i checked rim and rim strips for problems, none found).
Its been raining here in Cleveland non-stop (as it has in alot of places recently) and yesterday i noticed my tire is near completely flat despite the fact i havent rode it since i replaced the tube. Im wondering if its got something to do with the co2 as opposed to real air. Does co2 shrink when static for extended periods of time or something?