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I’ve got a gouge in the rear tire of my tractor, probably from a steel post. I would like to fill the gouge … just for esthetics. I was wondering if some gasket making “stuff” would work. Anyone have any ideas?
 

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How big of a chunk?:wwp: :wwp:
 

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I am glad you clarified that. I was looking for some very graphic scenes.
 

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You have to be careful with those. If you're not careful, your rear end will start leaking. :hide:
 

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If the rubber is still there try gluing it back with Marine Goop. I've repaired many gouges in my rear with it.
 
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