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Having a screw in my tire or the fact that it metric....


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Old 08-10-2018, 10:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Having a screw in my tire or the fact that it metric.




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Either way your screwed!


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Is the screw metric, or the tire? Or both??
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Is the screw metric, or the tire? Or both??
Now that you mention it, both.
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Make sure to use a metric tire plug.


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Only metric tire repair adhesive recommended.
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Just put another metric screw in the opposite side of the tire to balance it out...simple fix
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This is funny!! I liked the entire thread, first time ever for that!
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Plus now you need Canadian or European (metric) nitrogen to fill it with after the repair.
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