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#1 (permalink) Old 05-04-2004, 06:59 PM
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I had my tire plugged after an unfortinate run in with a roofing nail. I got it plugged, and i was wondering how fast i can go with it. it got plugged at the corner of the sidewall and the tread

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corner of tread & sidewall is very iffy. i'd take it easy.

if it were in the middle of the tread, no problem. you could do 120 easily, just don't do burnouts.

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Yeah. I'd be careful. The tread is usually 3-4 times thicker than the sidewall. If it's in the sidewall, I wouldn't wait. The tread, however, isn't that bad.

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