Emergency Tyre Inflators

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  1. chrisboyo

    chrisboyo Funster

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    Hi
    I have been told that if you use an emergency tyre inflator following a flat, the tyre cannot then be repaired in the normal way
    Any truth in this?
    Happy Daze
    chrisboyo
     
  2. kennygd

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    :Smile:I have used those emergency tyre inflaters but they will only give you about 20lbs of pressure and that is on the big can, you must get driving as soon as possible to spread the liquid round but as far as getting the puncture repaired after I am not sure. I have always replaced the tyre normally because it has been ruined when it was going flat but I am certain someone will tell you.:thumb:
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  3. kenspain

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    I know here in Spain were I live they wont repair it if you have used that,
     
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    I will but ill charge you 50 squid to clean it out first:Doh:
    Save the enviroment and bin the crap whilst still in the tin:thumb:
    Geo
     
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