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depends the size of the hole on if it can be patched... nail hole yes, a rip like it was slashed no... Provide more info.

I wish I had the problem of having 24s as opposed to my chrome 17s...
 

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SMALL HOLE ALL YOU NEED IS A PLUG KIT, few bucks and really easy to do its a must when im riding my chopper cant leave it anywhere for more than a few minutes. or no chopper. any walmart or auto parts store
 

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No slashes. Just need to put air in the tire once every 2 weeks or so. Get down to about 20 psi and the tire sensor light goes on. You can actuall see that its low. In the past with smaller "stock" wheels. I would take the wheel off, take it to the shop and they would put it in water to see where the bubble was coming from.
 

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rcgait1 said:
No slashes. Just need to put air in the tire once every 2 weeks or so. Get down to about 20 psi and the tire sensor light goes on. You can actuall see that its low. In the past with smaller "stock" wheels. I would take the wheel off, take it to the shop and they would put it in water to see where the bubble was coming from.
then do that again.
 

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Mix a little dish soap with water and put it around the valve stem. Other than finding a nail on 24's I'd be looking for a cracked rim. Real easy to do with 35 series tires. We just replaced a set of 24's for a guy that bent 2 of them. He blamed it on his wife.
 

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Falkolade said:
I wish I had the problem of having 24s as opposed to my chrome 17s...
I dont know if you want those problems, this guy (like I would) is looking at $500+ if this isnt a simple repair (tire plug, valve stem).
 
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