Friday, 19 February 2010

Car Tubeless Tyre Repair

I have just 'repaired' my first car tyre.

We ran over a No. 2. No, not that sort, a real No. 2... The sort that is fixed with 1" nails to fence posts... Only it wasn't fixed to the post anymore.

Both nails punctured the tyre.

A neighbour once showed me how to repair a Bob-Cat tyre so I thought I would have a go. It only had to last a week until I put a new set of tyres on the car anyway.

I bought a tubeless tyre repair kit ($15) and one repaired hole is good and the other is a wait-and-see repair.


  1. Buying repair kit is more practical than bringing your car in a repair clinic every time that there is something wrong about it. Knowing simple repairs could help you lessen the maintenance cost of your car.

  2. Repairing your tyres on your own is really difficult, because it's a waste of time. The other is if your tire cannot be fixed well, then your car handling would be affected

  3. It would be better if you're showing a video of this. Such tyre repairs can be very exhausting if you don't have the proper tools.

  4. Tubeless tyres are that don't have tubes among. The inner layer of the tyre is crammed with air that's sealed by a group wall lining within the interior.


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