|11-29-2007 06:52 PM|
|mrbigjeep||actually i saw it on a little poster thing.|
|11-29-2007 04:48 PM|
Up, check around to some of the "Non-Corporate" tire joints in your area and see if any of them can vulcanize a sidewall slice for you. Should hold for just aired up street driving.
|11-29-2007 09:10 AM|
|mrbigjeep||x4 or whatever...discount tire says that the sidewall is the "non-repairable" zone.|
|11-29-2007 06:29 AM|
technically it can be done, but it WILL give way and bust eventually. Just don't know if it will be tommorrow in the school parking lot, or 4 months from now on the highway at 70mph when you forget about it.
Just replace the tire.
|11-29-2007 05:14 AM|
|jjseel||I had a guy working for me that had a buldge on his sidewall for about six months, it was ugly, but it held. He patched it from the inside.|
|11-29-2007 04:38 AM|
I have repaired a side wall befor but it was close to the tread and I didnt run it very long the side wall flexes it is not a good Idea to run a repared side wall tire
just go get another tire or find a used 35 some where to get you by till you have the money
|11-29-2007 03:25 AM|
In one of my street tires(35" x-terrain), i have a slash in the side wall about an inch long, its just a slice, no chunks missing just a clean slice. I have been forced to run on my 38" swampers to go to school and work for the past few weeks. I cant stand to see my swampers wear down every day! I need to find another X-terrain or hopefully repair the blown one. Is it possible to repair this tire with some kind of patch or something??