Question about 1988 Jeep Wrangler
To the best of my knowledge, most "sealers" only work as "emergency" repairs. How well they work largely depends on the size and location of the puncture. There are several tire plugs I trust, the best being Bowes (available to repair shops) Again, depending upon size & location, sometimes it is wise to use a internal patch with re-enforcing cord built in. If the sidewall or area within one inch of sidewall on tread is punctured, that area flexes considerably and is prone to failure after repair. That requires replacement not repair.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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