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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Merkava_4, May 13, 2010.
Are they any good?
My last pneumatic tire has only been used twice to transfer topsoil and it will no longer hold
pressure; it's an Arnold brand. And get this - I've kept it in the garage out of the sun too.
Merk. Glad to see you came over from GJ. Try to superglue the bead on it so it wont leak air. Also, you might want to look at Northern Tools for their 'runflat' series of tires. Not sure exactly what theyre called, but they are in the catalog.
Hope it helps,
I ran a thread over in Free Parking and most of the guys
suggested that I get a tube; so I think that's what I'm gonna do.
Whatever, I dropped a bottle of liquid fix-a-flat in mine however many years ago,
I had to put in some air like once since.