Slime In Your Tires.

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Re: Slime In Your Tires.

Postby GrizzlyGuy » Mon Jan 31, 2011 6:45 pm

hemingray wrote:We could take up a slime collection for you!
With all the slimy characters on this board, that ought to be easy! :P
Ken wrote:Your problem Eric, is living at 10,000 ft or whatever hell you're at......you leave home with 5lbs....and get to Eagle Lakes Road with 3.2.
Hmmm... I measured the tire pressure when I got home so it really had lost air compared to the 4.5 lbs I set them to (also measured at home).
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Re: Slime In Your Tires.

Postby Ken » Tue Feb 01, 2011 1:11 pm

GrizzlyGuy wrote:Hmmm... I measured the tire pressure when I got home so it really had lost air compared to the 4.5 lbs I set them to (also measured at home).
Ah...In my professional opinion then....

You gotta tiny leak!
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Re: Slime In Your Tires.

Postby GrizzlyGuy » Tue Feb 01, 2011 3:28 pm

Yeah, I overfilled all four tires on both Grizzlies for winter hibernation to accommodate the leaking and I hope they make it until spring. I miss my ooey-gooey green slime. :cry:
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Re: Slime In Your Tires.

Postby hemingray » Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:30 pm

GrizzlyGuy wrote:
Ken wrote:Your problem Eric, is living at 10,000 ft or whatever hell you're at......you leave home with 5lbs....and get to Eagle Lakes Road with 3.2.
Hmmm... I measured the tire pressure when I got home so it really had lost air compared to the 4.5 lbs I set them to (also measured at home).
So if you had 3.2 lbs when you got home, you probably had like 2 lbs down below. :-)

Get all those whiskers off? Since I shaved that one tire I was losing air from, no more issue.
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Re: Slime In Your Tires.

Postby GrizzlyGuy » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:58 pm

I personally trimmed those whiskers myself before taking the tires to the tire shop for mounting. Therefore... I could have easily fawked up the whole job and that's why my tires are leaking! :retard:
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Re: Slime In Your Tires.

Postby EigerMike » Thu Feb 03, 2011 8:26 pm

GrizzlyGuy wrote:I personally trimmed those whiskers myself before taking the tires to the tire shop for mounting. Therefore... I could have easily fawked up the whole job and that's why my tires are leaking! :retard:
me too! :lol:
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