Rode to Arkedelphia Friday for a poker run on Sat. When I got to my buddy's house my rear tire was flat!!!! Of course there is only one shop in town that works on bikes and they were closed for the weekend ( 1800hr on Friday night) My buddy got ahold of the owner and he said he had a tube. Well as it turned out he didn't. The only option was to go to Hot Springs the next day and get the tire fixed and miss the run. Or so we thought ! The bike mechanic told me to go to Wally World and buy some Slime for Tubes. We did and it fixed the Tire!! He said that the same thing happened to him one time and he Slimed his tire and didn't change the tube until he wore out the tire! The owner of the shop did the same and his tube was Slimed until he sold his bike! I have been 497 miles on it so far and it hasn't lost 1 #lb fair yet. I'm actually thinking about keeping an eye on the tire pressure for the next few days and maybe keeping that tube "Slimed!!
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I've been running Slime in anything that has a tire since the stuff came out. It works. I put it in my cars, motorcycles, bicycles....Oh and dont forget the one tire that always goes flat....your wheelbarrow!
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