Slime Super Duty Sealant For Tubeless Tires

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Rating 4.33 of 5 (3 Reviews)

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Slime Super Duty Sealant For Tubeless Tires
  • Instantly seals punctures in the tread area up to 1/4"
  • Prevents and repairs flats and leaks
  • Long lasting and easy to install

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  • Item # 4556
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Super Duty Sealant For Tubeless Tires

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Slime tire sealer

Been using this stuff ever since it save my rear once and got me home. Also improves balance of the tire

Doug - September 08, 2008

(Los Angeles, CA)
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Great Product

Slime is the best tire sealant on the market hands down!!!

Brian - November 29, 2010

(Titusville, FL)
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Works, but don't leave in for a long time

This stuff does work as advertised but you DO NOT want to leave it inside your aluminum wheel for any extended period. I've changed about 150 tires over a two year period. I've had a few tires show up with this stuff inside. Every wheel that I've changed that had this stuff inside had heavy pitting in the aluminum from leaving this stuff inside the wheel as a permanent fix to a leaky tire. It's not meant to be left in. It gets you back on the road till you can have your tire fixed or replaced.

Dave - February 16, 2011

(Gloucester, MA)
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