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08/01/2010

Emergency repair of an inner tube

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    If puncture happens and you don't have a rubber adhesive, bend a tire tube near the damaged area, bind tightly with a strong thread and then inflate the tire.
    With such an inner tube you can get home and perform a more thorough repairing.
    If the puncture is very big, take up the inner tube at all and fill in the tire with hay, grass, leaves, etc. With such a tire you can ride 25-30 miles.
    As you see, both of these advices are for the extreme cases.
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