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When something goes shear through my tire; can that be patched up? Would I need to get a new tire if something causes a big enough hole? How are tire holes patched anyway? bryanflake1984| http://w

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Do you have solid tires or inflatable tires. If they our inflatable tires and the hole is not too big they can hot patch them at a tire shop most of the time for free. If its a solid rubber tire and you have taken a big chuck out of it you will have to get a new. But I am thinking you have an inflatable tire. take it too the tire shop and see what they can do.

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