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Het die naweek  'n lelike sny op my duur nuwe tyre gekry. Dit is nie so groot nie, maar ek kan nie aanhou ry nie. Na die race het buddies gese mens kan dit met Q-Bond fix.

Ek is ongelooflik onhandig en bang ek gom myself aan die fiets vas. Wat is q-bond? Waar koop ek dit? Het iemand 'n step-by-step manual en enige ander raad.
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Probably, Park Tool make this thing called Tyre Patch (or something like that), it is used as a permanent gator, I learnt about this after using the Conti GP 4000's, it works quite well, try get your bike shop to get it from the Park Tool guys.

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Those things are crap, always cutting the bloody sidewall. Had a set for 5 months had to patch the sidewall once a month. Had a set of Michelin Pro Race's for 2 years, never had to do a thing.

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Was darem nie die sidewall nie, maar my eie skuld. Het sondag weer te veel stront met 'n ou gepraat en toe nie gekyk waar ek ry nie. Is toe solid deur 'n stuk glas.

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Probably' date=' Park Tool make this thing called Tyre Patch (or something like that), it is used as a permanent gator, I learnt about this after using the Conti GP 4000's, it works quite well, try get your bike shop to get it from the Park Tool guys.[/quote']

 

Do you mean Tyre Boot?

Emergency Tire Boot
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The fastest, easiest, and most secure way to repair a cut or worn tire sidewall. The all-new TB-2 is produced using a strong, waterproof vinyl membrane with fiber weave reinforcement. A super strong pressure sensitive adhesive assures the boot stays in place in any tire, road or mountain, high or low pressure. A true ride saver.

 

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That's the one, I thought Patch sounded wrong, got some in my tool box at home for when it need to be used.

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