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Old 13-04-2016, 05:01 PM   #36
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Default Re: Lunches + Flats...Longwood Sat. 9/4

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Do tyres 'go off'? My front tyre is the original so that makes it 20 years old. The rear tyre was put on after the trip to Ayers Rock, so it must be 18 years old.




That'll take a circular saw to pop the bead then...and some railway spikes for rope-plugs for any onroad tyre-repair
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Old 13-04-2016, 05:19 PM   #37
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Jo's bike got a puncture that just wouldn't hold air with one rope plug (on a pulbic holiday and on a road trip). No shops open so I somehow managed to get two rope plugs in it and it did hold pressure and lasted another 700km till we got to a bike shop.
Had to put three or four rope plugs in the rear tyre of the Mighty ST on the Great Apline Road around 10km south of Omeo, tyre held enough pressure to get Omeo and back to Bairnsdale and then Melbourne, checked tyre pressure / topped-up air every 100km or so, replaced tyre first opportunity.
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