Question about Mongoose Exile 26 Men's Full-Suspension Mountain Bike
On my Mongoose (26") i tred to fix the rear (flat tire)and when i finished it worked for less than 100ft and i need help fixing the rear correctly
1. You need to make sure the tube doesnt have more than one piercings [inflate the tube and, using a bucket of clear water, immerse it and observe any air outlets. if you have a pen or marker, mark them]
2. Make sure the valve of the tube really is tight enough. If it isnt, use a valve spanner to tighten it, but make sure you dont do it too hard, or else it will snap.
3. You'll need to check the tyre for any sharp objects that could have got stuck in it and are causing new punctures 4. You need to make sure that both the tube and patch are course enough to be glued to each other when you apply the contact adhesive to them. 5. When you apply the adhesive, depending on the brand, you wont need to 'immediately stick the two surfaces together, let a bit of fresh air dry them a bit, [this would imply waiting for minute or 2] then patch things up
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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