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Tire sealant compilation

Discussion in 'The Shop' started by T-rex777, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. T-rex777

    T-rex777 Chimp

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  2. ridefast

    ridefast Monkey

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    Been using the new stuff from Bontrager for a few months now. Seems to set up and work better initially that others I have tried. I would go as far as to say I prefer it to Stan's.

    Long-term opinion is still in the making.
     
  3. oldfart

    oldfart Turbo Monkey

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    I tried the Bontrager Super Juice last fall. Worked fine but dried up quicker than Stan's. Around here I get 6 months or more from Stan's. Super Juice went about three months IIRC. Tire was not holding PSI anymore and when I removed it, it was almost clean inside. No sealant in liquid form and very little residue.
     
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    TWeerts Monkey

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    to me, low residue after some time shows a weaker sealant. The fact that a sealant has left behind a residue is evidence that it is layering, and clinging to the inside of the tire, which is what we want.