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Anyone ever use ride-on or any other puncture seal type of material?

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I have it in my Kingpin tires. I have not punctured one yet, at least not that I know of. Might have and it just fixed it for me. It does do a good job of balancing the tires.
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I have it in my Kingpin tires. I have not punctured one yet, at least not that I know of. Might have and it just fixed it for me. It does do a good job of balancing the tires.
Same here.

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I like it. I have it in the front and rear and don't have any weights on the tires. Smooth riding. No punctures yet so I can't speak about it's sealing properties.

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I have it in my Kingpin tires. I have not punctured one yet, at least not that I know of. Might have and it just fixed it for me. It does do a good job of balancing the tires.
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Anyone ever use ride-on or any other puncture seal type of material?
Did you go to the top of page and do a search? Did you look in the tech forum to see if there was a topic all ready?

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Did you go to the top of page and do a search? Did you look in the tech forum to see if there was a topic all ready?
Don't know about everybody else, but I would much rather read (or ignore) a post about something that has already been beaten to death than read another one of VisionJohnny's invidious posts.

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Searching sucks. Ride-On works well!

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Did you go to the top of page and do a search? Did you look in the tech forum to see if there was a topic all ready?
Really, is that what it is for? Crap, I thought that's what I used and couldn't find a direct answer, so I started a new thread. I searched using:
Ride on
Ride-on
Rideon
Ride on sealant
Ride-on sealant

I don't see the harm in asking a question and getting an answer, this time quickly and from several people. To me that is what a forum is for? After all, now someone using the same terms I used for a search will find this thread while searching for advice on how a specific product for sealing tire punctures and preventing flat tires works form them. Just in case allow me to add a few more searchable items.

Flat tire, tire puncture, tire sealant, tire balancing, wheel weight, balancing gel, balancing sealant, tire puncture sealer



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Really, is that what it is for? Crap, I thought that's what I used and couldn't find a direct answer, so I started a new thread. I searched using:
Ride on
Ride-on
Rideon
Ride on sealant
Ride-on sealant

I don't see the harm in asking a question and getting an answer, this time quickly and from several people. To me that is what a forum is for? After all, now someone using the same terms I used for a search will find this thread while searching for advice on how a specific product for sealing tire punctures and preventing flat tires works form them. Just in case allow me to add a few more searchable items.

Flat tire, tire puncture, tire sealant, tire balancing, wheel weight, balancing gel, balancing sealant, tire puncture sealer



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ChuglyXJ, there are no stupid questions. Some people just seem to need to be confrontational. I use it but like the others can't attest to its ability to seal a puncture.


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