Have to start out with my trees. In particular Osage Orange.
These baby's have thorns that are as hard as a furniture tack.
They can even puncture car tires.
So my X530 is four years old and on its third set of front 4 ply tires.
The HDAP rears are too thick for them to be affected.
Mind that these are in effect pin holes and really cant be plugged without
making a real hole in the tire.
So this year my left front starts going flat overnight.
One year on these tires. So I jack it up, pump up 20psi and start squirting
with Windex. OMG by the time I got all way around the tire it was fully
engulfed in foam from side to side.
I hear about Tire Ject.
Water based and files holes up to 3/8 inch.
After careful review I bought some.
Check it out:https://www.tireject.com/
Its a thin milky like substance that is easy water clean up.
And best of all 4oz later and went to mowing and voila.
Next day that tire hadn't lost a pound of air.
Been a week now and all is soo good.
After all these years and spending 120 bucks each time on two front tires..I'm over it.