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Old 01-18-19, 12:39 AM
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tcarl
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1. I carry both a spare tire and sealant (Flat Attack brand). I use tires with a removable valve core to get the sealant in the tire.
2. I just carry it as is. I rarely get flats (ride clean roads), and use the Flat Attack as my first line of defense if I do get a flat. I also use Tufo gluing tape (it works with Tufo and Continental tires - don't know about any other brand). IF you can get a tire off the Tufo tape there's usually enough "stickyness" to help hold the new tire to get you home. I just take corners cautiously.
3. I've never used Pit Stop but have heard many people say it works well.
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