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Does this mess up the inside of the tire and make it harder to repair/patch once you get it to a tire shop?
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Does this mess up the inside of the tire and make it harder to repair/patch once you get it to a tire shop?
Worked weekends for a tire sales and repair shop for 12 years, i would say very well could.

But if one would rather stay stranded on the side of the road with a flat tire and until a magic genius ones down and rescuse them. That is another option
Or pay a tow truck to bring the vehicle to a tire repair shop, there is another option.
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This is why i have a tire plug kit in my car and a mini air compressor. $50 investment that can be transfer from one car to another without having to buy a brand new tire after a bad day
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No spare in my Model 3 ... might grab one of these just in case.

It inflates & seals the tire, right? Assuming my tires are nearing EOL anyways I'd say this is a great option to get you home in a pinch.
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This is why i have a tire plug kit in my car and a mini air compressor. $50 investment that can be transfer from one car to another without having to buy a brand new tire after a bad day
Yep, same here.
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Will void road hazard warranty. Will work in a pinch, but keep that in mind.
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Will void road hazard warranty. Will work in a pinch, but keep that in mind.
Sounds like extreme YMMV. I don't see my Sam's voiding anything
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Sounds like extreme YMMV. I don't see my Sam's voiding anything
Michelin voided it for tires purchased at Costco according to a Walmart review.
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Worked weekends for a tire sales and repair shop for 12 years, i would say very well could.

But if one would rather stay stranded on the side of the road with a flat tire and until a magic genius ones down and rescuse them. That is another option
Or pay a tow truck to bring the vehicle to a tire repair shop, there is another option.
I vote for the genie.
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Sccccchhhmmmoooo in a can! Beware - this stuff is for life and death circumstances or when you are turning in a lease. LMAO This scccchhhhmmooo, like "fix-a-flat", coats the internals of your rim and tire while making a mess.

The tire changer is going to be muddling words of love when scraping this stuff off when you go to replace the tire.

For just a few US dollars (DOLL-hairs) (Thanks AvE)
Walmart tire patch https://www.walmart.com/ip/Slime-...L/16782759 and the Hazard Fraud 12v compressor https://www.harborfreight.com/12v...63152.html will save your arse in a pinch.
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Avoid this crap, you can never remove it, screws up wheel balance, etc. Plug it right. Get AAA if you can't change a flat, cheaper in the long run than using this goop..
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No spare in my Model 3 ... might grab one of these just in case.

It inflates & seals the tire, right? Assuming my tires are nearing EOL anyways I'd say this is a great option to get you home in a pinch.
It wont' work, keep in mind most Tesla Model 3 with continental tires have a foam inside (road noise reduction) and it may not seal it.
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Thanks OP. 16 oz cans are also on clearance for $2.50 at some stores. https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=108999260. Picked some up to try on a lawn mower tire that I have to pump up before each use and to keep in the cars for emergency use (wife or kids are out alone, flat would make me late for important interview, etc.). Would only use on my cars in a pinch due to to the reasons cited above.
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It wont' work, keep in mind most Tesla Model 3 with continental tires have a foam inside (road noise reduction) and it may not seal it.
Good call thanks repped.

Might still get some for when I put my snowshoes on ... those have no foam and if I'm ever in a situation where I get a bad flat during winter I'm gonna want this stuff to let me hobble home.
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