Originally Posted by monkeyboy
Does anyone have any first hand experience with this stuff as to the how it affects the tire and wheel? Similar stuff can be fairly corrosive not to mention the mess it makes when changing out a tire that has been treated. I assume tmd11111, you've used this before and weren't impressed.
I got a small screw right in the center of my rear tire. The tire went flat.
At first, I thought "Well, Ride On doesn't work". Later, after it was too late to check, I realized that it was possible that the guy I paid to install the Ride On may not have. I trust(ed) him, but trust ain't proof. If I'd thought sooner, I could've checked when the tire was dismounted for repair.
So, I can give you a definitive "I don't know".
I'm very curious about how this thread goes. As someone said, Ride On's web site makes a good case.
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