I was near a friends house and he came and got me and i took his atv and trailer back to haul it in .I have been up there this morning and replaced the tire and tube,ready to put it back on now but took a break from the heat.Nice, I like the bars. I take it you were not too far from home? Hey it works right!?
Question here and sorry if it has been covered before: Which is better, (A) a small plug kit and mini compressor or (B) instant foam puncture repair canister? I have heard both sides regarding cage tires but I am asking specific to motorcycles right now.Are you telling the truth about that ATV pulling you back in !,,,it looks like that dog pulled you home looking at the picture. . i bet you carry instant foam puncture repair now Denny. PS..great looking bike.
The plugging kit is far better than any of the canned stuff,if you have tubeless tires,Nothing was gonna help me,since I have tubes , I don't like em but that is what the bike came with,and as soon as finances afford ,Iwill put aluminum wheels and run tubeless.Question here and sorry if it has been covered before: Which is better, (A) a small plug kit and mini compressor or (B) instant foam puncture repair canister? I have heard both sides regarding cage tires but I am asking specific to motorcycles right now.
Is that where the phrase "quick and dirty" came from? :beerchug:Back around 1977 I was riding my old Sportster north along the Adirondack Northway....felt a wobble, pulled over....tire went flat (this was in the tube days mind you)...well, I was about 40 miles from the nearest TINY town, so I layed her down on the shoulder, broke and opened the bead on one side, and filled her full of SOD...yep, thats right....muddy, root laden, wet sod....
I was able to ride at 40 mph to the nearest town, got a room for the night, and patched the tube at a local station next day...
Learned the sod trick from my motocross days...I used to race a Bultaco in the early 70's....
It works....guessing would work w/tubeless too.....:smiley_th