Cleaned-up nice. Good Job JohnW!!! Looks professional and brand new.
Either slime or fix-o-flat, they're both leaving a mess. I agree with you"I'm not looking to removing the tires off any of my machines". It's like your damned either way. I've plugged tires and still had to can it with fix-o-flat at a later day.Actually, I'm not looking forward to removing the tires on any of my machines. I'd rather not use Slime, but if I don't they leak slowly. Luckily Slime isn't really that bad. I know for a fact that some tire shops charge extra to repair tires on which fix-a-flat has been used because it is so messy.
Has anyone ever heard of using black pepper?
You won't have to worry about removing them, the rims will be rusted out...Both my front tires are full of Slime, they have slow leaks from running over thorny brush. I know it will be a mess when I replace the tires (Carlisle TruPower), but unless I cut one too badly to repair, it will be quite a while before I wear them out enough to need new ones, and I don't plan on removing them until then.
I have used black pepper to slow leaks down in a radiator but not in a tyre.Has anyone ever heard of using black pepper?