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Rear tire loosing air

So my rear tire keeps losing air and after inspecting it I found a staple inbetween the thread. Is there any way of repairing it and saving it? I just put it on a month ago and its basically brand new. I'm low on cash and can't buy another 1.

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You need to find somebody to put a patch on it, I patched mine after having a screw through it and I drove it for another 3,000 miles with no issues. A lot of people say you can't patch them but its bs and I personally did it.

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