How To Plug A Tire and Check For Leaks - EricTheCarGuy
Hello again, I hope you enjoy this latest offering. I'm sure there will be those that disagree with this practice but thats OK, I feel there are times when it can be done and save a bunch of work resealing a tire. This also shows my preferred method of checking for leaks which I hope you benefit from.
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How To Plug A Tire And Check For Leaks - Ericthecarguy