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02-13-2011 06:01 PM
Rubicon2 My dad drove over a stick once wheeling and it twisted upward and punctured the sidewall. Out came the spare.
02-13-2011 05:57 PM
Phil05LJ I had a stick wedge itself between the bead and the rim. I broke it off and it stayed in there for years, tire never did leak. I also drove over a stick and all of a sudden the right side of the jeep came off the ground, I got out and looked and both right side tires were off the ground. The whole jeep (XJ) was propped up by a small stick! It's amazing what little sticks can do.
02-13-2011 05:33 PM
AzTJ
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Originally Posted by Loic View Post
love that. how did you keep that many plug in your Jeep
Wasn't mine. An accuantaince did that to his MT/R out in Table Mesa north or Phoenix. I think Jack said they used like 20 plugs. The plugs are sticky so they stay in. He babied it back, but made it to a trailer.

We got some sharp rocks out here.
02-13-2011 05:17 PM
Loic
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Originally Posted by AzTJ View Post
No, but a bunch of plugs will help get you home and hold the air.

love that. how did you keep that many plug in your Jeep
02-13-2011 05:15 PM
AzTJ
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Originally Posted by MLaborde View Post
Not on a sidewall. Never take that chance.
No, but a bunch of plugs will help get you home and hold the air.

02-13-2011 05:13 PM
Mr_RPM good to know, yeah i would never run a tube in a car, to many reliability issues and balancing issues (which result to safety issues) and any motorcycle that has spoked rims runs an innertube, its not as big of a deal on a narrow tire. wide tubes seem to bind and rub a hole in itself when not installed very carefully. but as for side walls its probably the same deal and need replacing.
02-13-2011 05:09 PM
Loic not on cars or motorcycle, if you have a puncture on the side wall the tire must be changed. safety issue.
02-13-2011 05:06 PM
Mr_RPM
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Originally Posted by MLaborde View Post
Not on a sidewall. Never take that chance.
why is that? Im New with the whole automobile thing. When this happens on atvs, we usually run an inner tube.
02-13-2011 03:41 PM
MLaborde
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Originally Posted by Mr_RPM View Post

im sure a patch could fix it.
Not on a sidewall. Never take that chance.
02-13-2011 03:29 PM
Loic desert wood are hard !! LOL
I'm getting the tire replaced for free so it's not a big deal.
02-13-2011 02:29 PM
rrich Clunk, Clunk, Clunk, stopped, looked - a 6 foot long branch was sticking out BFG AT. I cut it off short and drove on. It held air all the way home.
When I pulled it out it instantly went flat.

Years ago Stagger Blocks - saw a small shiny thing in the tread - pulled it out - a nice Snap-on 1/2 9/16 open end!

Careful -
You've probably heard about rattlesnake fangs in tires too.

I love my MT/R's - except in mud. I saw a rattlesnake hit mine several times - he just bounced off - he probably had a big headache before I shot him.
02-13-2011 02:11 PM
Jerry Bransford Sidewall punctures are why I upgraded to the MT/R.
02-13-2011 02:04 PM
Mr_RPM I have done this many times on 4 wheelers and 3 wheelers. never a automobile.
i would think the tire would hold up better to some wood. hahah

im sure a patch could fix it.
02-13-2011 01:57 PM
Loic
that's a first

was in the desert with my dog this morning in the middle of nowhere, walking arround the jeep and here what I saw that's a first, some wood puncture the side wall !!








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