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Anybody do this for their tires? Looks great, just wondering about the cost.

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what exactly are you talking about?
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Ride-On tire sealant is a solution you put inside your tires to make them self balance and to help avoid flat tires. It's kind of like Slime but better. There have been a bunch of comments on this and if you search for "ride-on" you'll find them. Here's the newest ones:


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Have it my tires and it gives me great peace of mind. I was considering DynaBeads, but learned that those who mount tires hate them. Had to do something cuz I had an imbalance problem due to weights not staying on. Now the ride is a smooth as a baby's tuchus and I have no worries about punctures. Had a shop do it - Ride-On and install was $60 and that included nitrogen instead of air. Tire guys don't mind this stuff cuz its a gel that stays put.

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Have it my tires and it gives me great peace of mind. I was considering DynaBeads, but learned that those who mount tires hate them. Had to do something cuz I had an imbalance problem due to weights not staying on. Now the ride is a smooth as a baby's tuchus and I have no worries about punctures. Had a shop do it - Ride-On and install was $60 and that included nitrogen instead of air. Tire guys don't mind this stuff cuz its a gel that stays put.
COOL...gonna do this too ! Thanks

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COOL...gonna do this too ! Thanks
It's nice not to have any weights on my wheels.

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very cool stuff
I will be looking into this a little further, there are a ton of customer reviews on their site

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