Re: Puncture in one of my front tyre how do l remove it
To remove wheel there is one center bolt in the middle of the wheel(13mm). The wheel is a split rim so on the inside of the wheel there is more 13mm nuts undo them and the wheel comes apart.(no need for tire levers)
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Do you have a neighbour who hates you? I do ride bikes for 60 years now, and never had two punctures in a row within half a year. Actually last 10 years only one puncture in one of my tires, and from the place I could deduce someone had pressed something sharp from the side into the tire. So nothing from the oad.
And the newer tires, are almost not to puncture when driving on a road. It must be someone punching in these holes. Because if some sharp thing pointing up on your road your front tire would have been punctured at least once or twice too.
It's dark, it's raining and you have a puncture and you can't get that punctured wheel and tyre off the hub! When you try pulling on the wheel/tyre, the vehicle almost falls off the jack and that could be dangerous. Best thing to do is find a hard piece of wood, about one and half meters in length, turn the steering wheel fully until the front of the wheel and tyre are exposed and then strike the inside rim of the wheel firmly with the wood - you'll find the wheel becomes free. Straighten the wheels and place replacement wheel and tyre on the hub. Scottech.
keep it pushed dowm just passed center use fairy liquid to make it slipper for you. your puncture sand the aera blow off use only a pacth & soluition for automotive purpous apply soluition and leave dry almost like only the glase gone off it peel off the back off the pacth and stick rub it well in
The rear wheel is held in place by a locking clip which is controlled by a lever. To remove the wheel, simply press the lever rearwards, and pull the wheel away from the housing. Remove the tyre carefully, using appropriate tyre levers, in order to repair the puncture in the inner-tube, or to replace it.
hi, the chances are you have a puncture os something sharp sticking into the inner tube inside the tyre, what you need to do is buy a puncture repair kit then using the repair kit you take the tyre off the wheel then take the inner tube out. now blow the inner tube up and place it in bowl of water and you should see bubbles coming off the inner tube, mark this with pen when dry so you know where the whole is, now use the puncture kit and place a patch over the whole, you can buy glue type patches or stick on patches without glue, you peel the back off the patch and put glue on or stick it over the whole if its a stick on patch and not glue.
then whilst this dry run your fingers around the inside of the tyre and check for any thorns or something sharp sticking in the tyre if you feel anything remove it and you should be ok, then when glue dry put the inner tube back in tyre and fit the tyre back on wheel now when you pump it up it shouldnt go back down unless you get another puncture.
if you are unsure what you are doing then taking your stroller into any bike shop and ask them to repair the punctures for you and they will do this for you whilst you wait.
you have a few choices but if you want a long term fix you are better off getting a new inner tube as once a puncture occurs with the quinny wheels they will carry on doing it but theey are cheap enough to replace via ebay for about £6
if you dont want to replace you will need to remove the rubber wheel from the hub as you would a bike tyre then remove the inner tube pump the tyre up put in water so you can find the hole then fix with a puncture repair kit
if you want to carry on using you can fill the tyres with tyre weld as you would a car they dont puncture and makes the quinny a smother ride
and if all else fails you can buy a used or new pair of wheels from ebay between £15 and £30 hope this helps x
I had the same problem after getting a puncture racing around the centre MK. I got a new inner tube from my local Halfords store, it cost about £4.50 and then got some tyre Slime to puncture proof all three tyres! No punctures since!!