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Well I already have a flat tire on my quad. Can you guys give me some idea what you use to fix your flats.? Thanks Fred

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Why did you post a pic of yourself sparrows?????!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Here is an old tire from my warrior that i fixed.... We were in Disney Oklahoma riding trails and i hit the side of a sharp rock and my tire didnt like it... We were only a few minutes into a weekend of riding... A whole card of plugs and some plumbers glue(didnt have any tire glue) and i rode the rest of the weekend without any problems...

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I found if you light the ends of the plug on fire, it will melt the excess off and the melted rubber also helps plug the hole.

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I found if you light the ends of the plug on fire, it will melt the excess off and the melted rubber also helps plug the hole.

That's a good tip...hmm never did that. I have used plenty of plugs. Got them at Walmart. regular automotive tire plug kit.

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