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Old 10-26-09, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by carbondale View Post
I think they work very well. I had my first flat since last October (which prompted me to get Slimed). Last Friday I ran a quick errand and noticed my tire pressure was very low, but I was close enough to home to ride on 50% pressure. When I pumped it up, I heard the leak and felt a pretty good sized leak, but as the pressure decreased, the Slime was able to seal it. Good for a short ride home or bike shop, in case you're not equipped (like I wasn't)
Sounds like it could be good insurance.

I'd be happy to sell everyone with flat issues Schwalbe Marathon Plus tires, but for some, a $50/tire solution is sometimes not reasonable. Alternatives that work are worth knowing about.
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