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Thread: Ride-On tire sealant

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    Default Ride-On tire sealant

    I am getting ready to add ride-on to my tires. They are a balancing, leak sealer. kinda like slime but without the sticky nastiness.

    http://www.ride-on.com/motorcycle-formula-mot.html
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    Interesting

    I will break this off into its own thread.

    This deserves its own thread.
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    I like it and would be interested in hearing how it works. Never heard of it before.
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    think SLIME for the street.

    I dont like itpersonnaly, but to each his own.

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    Yeah but that is for tube issues. Those are always increasingly difficult.

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    I use it on my road king just because of my tube/spoke rims. I'll take the chance that it may seal my leak or even slow it down enough to get me off the road. I've had it in there for over a year and haven't had any issues. When I replace my tires ill get new tubes

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    I added Ride-on to my bike today. I added it to stop some of the vibration issues i have been having when i ride. It worked to stop the vibration right away (within 3-5 miles) on my short ride today. So now time will tell.
    -Monsoon

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    I will have to research more. Like tire slim and the balancing beads are a no no for sport bikes at the track. So wondering if this is any different. It's one thing to cruise at 70mph on the freeway it's another to go balls hanging out 160mph hammering on the brakes into a hair pin..
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