After months of being in peices, getting my frame welded..finally back together.
Actually I noticed it when we were at Starbucks. It was holding air so I didn't touch it. (Damn, it's a new tire too. :banghead ) I was hoping it was small and didn't go all the way through but, it did. I'll have to take the wheel off and bring it to Cycle Gear this weekend. I'm hoping they can put a patch inside the tire instead of a plug. An inner tube is another option but I'd rather not have the extra weight.adam57 said:hey, thanks john..i think the problem was the image host..i switched to image shack..solved the problem..so you got a nail in your tire on the way home sunday?
Well, I guess an inner tube will have to do. Can't see throwing away a new tire. The tire guard warranty will definitly be on the next one though.TL Mike said:Cycle gear cant patch it a legal thing, but you could have them open it up so you can, but like everyone says it is best to get a new tire. And you best bet also is get the tire guard warranty that cycle gear has on at least your rear tire since that is the tire that most people get nails in.
I appreciate the thought Fastrider. Have you ever run a tire with a patch inside? Does it hold up?Fastrider77 said:Adam-- good looking bike.....for a TLS....LOL
Voodoo-- if you were closer I would patch it for you....and not even charge you...you just supply the patch.