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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver View Post
You can also patch a flat tyre without removing the wheel and can do this by dismounting the tyre while it is still on the bike and patching the hole in the tube... only issue here is finding it.
this is the traditional method and is what I would do. When I get a flat, I pull the tube out of the tire but leave the valve stem in the rim. That way when I put air in the tube, I can match it up with the tire and find the cause. I don't usually patch tubes on the road, but I have never had a flat on the road that I couldn't have fixed by patching.
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