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Old 07-04-2010, 10:46 AM   #9
Max Bialystock
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Originally Posted by See-Double-You
Nice catch GB.

I've been using the RideOn sealant for 2 years now. I pulled one brass staple from the rear tire earlier this summer. Don't know if it punctured the tube yet, but plan on replacing the tire in a month or so, so I'll be examining the area closely. Can say that there is no loss of pressure over time.

The TyreGuardian seems to last quite a bit longer (treat more tires for a similar cost). W/ the RideOn, each tire took something like 5 or 6oz, used two of the three 8oz bottles they sent me.

Will MAX be making an appearance here? I'm wondering what makes the TyreGuardian different from RideOn, RhinoTire, or other market names.
I neglected to mention in my first reply about TyreGuardians ability to seal the puncture whether the staple, nail, screw or whatever is in or has been removed from the tire. TyreGuardian will stop air loss either way.
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