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I've got a slow leak in both back tires and was thinking of using tire slime. anyone use it?
 

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I have heard mixed reviews, some say it will cause issues with your rims. On the other hand it keeps the smallest pin holes from causing problems
I'm reading that it causes aluminum wheels to corrode. Wonder if regular fixaflat has issues with aluminum.
 

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There is no mixture. You buy it from a store that has it. Remove the valve core. And make some type of funnel or how ever or what ever you can come up with to get it in the tire. And probably a quarter of a quart for a 26 inch tire. I always make sure to coat the inside of the tire by rolling it around and laying it on each side. Then reinstall if you have removed tire and go ride. It will seal pin holes easily. Or at least it has for me all these years. Non corrosive and stays pliable.



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