I used it on a tire with a chronic leak-every few months I;d go out and it
would be flat. The tire repair could never find the leak. So, the last time,
I used the tire in a can-it didn't get ot to the point where I could drive
it, but the tire repair people said that it must have sealed that leak-(they
couldn't find!) And that tire hasn't rally leaked since!
Vita brevis est: rapide agite, vigore strigate!
----- Original Message -----
From: Banbury, Terrence <Terrence.Banbury@dnr.state.oh.us>
To: Jeff McNeal <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Spitfire List
<email@example.com>; Triumph List <firstname.lastname@example.org>; 'MikeC'
Sent: Friday, April 07, 2000 6:41 AM
Subject: RE: Suggested boot tools?
> How about the "tire in a can" stuff? Never used it...don't know.
> Terrence N. Banbury
> 1967 SPITFIRE MK III
> > ----------
> > From: MikeC[SMTP:email@example.com]
> > Reply To: MikeC
> > Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2000 8:53 PM
> > To: Jeff McNeal; Spitfire List; Triumph List
> > Subject: Re: Suggested boot tools?
> > Don't wire wheels use tubes? If so, a repair kit won't do much good
> > unless
> > you can get the tire off the rim to get to the tube.
> > MikeC
> > >22. Tire repair kit