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Hello everyone,

I have got small puncture in of the tyres. Once every ten days I need to inflate from something like 20 to 32 PSI. Would you use some kind of a sealant or would you take it local garage and have it fixed (if yes, then how much is it nowdays)?

Thanks for any advice.

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I would take it to a garage to have it looked at, it may be a bad seal on the rim. Using foam/sealant is messy when its tyre change time and is only supposed to be used in an emergency.

Cost 10 - 20 quid I think

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