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Yahoo.comProblem with Tubeless tyre, one time it got burst, second times bubbles came out from tyre, I want to place tube inside tubeless tyre, can I place tube inside tube less tye and make it tube tyre, Can I safely dirve at 120 mile/Hour. I need your urgent suggestion,recomendation and reply. Thank you, Kumari Vanita D. Shah Car No. MH 31C- 3136

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Max speed with a tube inside a tubeless tyre is 75 mph.DO NOT EXCEED THIS SPEED for highway motoring.(hyundai make KUMHO tyres) THEY ARE NOT RATED FOR MORE THAN 100 MILES PER HOUR.YOU MUST USE TYRE RATED FOR THIS TYPE OF SPEED.check out michilin.com for tyre for ratings.

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There is a nial stuck in my tubeless tyre, it is a headless nail but I cannot grip the nail as it is about 3/4 mm inside the tyre, can I plug it by pushing the nail further inside?


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Yep! You could do that
But the nail might damage the insides as you hit bumps.
Its a bit long winded but if you prop the car up on a jack and let the tyre down then break the seal from tyre to rim, you can reach inside with pliers and pull it out.
Also Better to use a marker on the outside to mark the entry point. You can buy a small kit with tools & rubber bead to push back in the original hole. The tool pulls out and leaves the rubber bead behind. Cut off excess.
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How many kilometers can you drive with a tubeless tire puncture? will it harm the tire or the wheel? at what speed you can drive with the puncture?


Unless you have those "Run-Flat" tires, the answer is "No further than it takes you to safely get out of traffic. One should NEVER run on a flat if it can be avoided, as the sidewalls of the tire can be damaged very quickly. Even with run-flat tires, you still should change it ASAP, but you have a little longer before damage sets in. Your tubeless tires, completely flat and assuming 30 MPH, will probably start showing serious damage in a block or two. Note that tire sidewall damage can not be repaired.

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Is the tubeless tyres are always nitrogen filled


you must get the best answer from your supplier manufacturer. get the assistance from ONLINE via chat and fix it.

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putting a tube inside a tubeless tyre is a cheap way of fixing a puncture,BUT DO NOT EXCEED 75MPH,as, if the tube gets punctured,you could lose total control of the car......If you get a puncture with A TUBELESS TYRE YOU SHOULD ALWAYS replace it (how much is your life worth)Tyres have written on the wall wether they are tubeless or not.DO NOT MIX THEM,lastly NO MANUFACTURER fits tyres with tubes for road use.

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