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    Berryman Tire Sealr

    Anyone here try Berryman Tire Sealr sealant in a bike tire? Read some reviews saying it worked well, though it is not intended for bike tires.

    It's normally about $30/ gallon, but local Tractor Supply store has it for $7.49/ gallon. I ordered one to try it out. If it sucks, I guess I have a lifetime supply of sealant for my trailer.
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    Maybe put some glitter in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredhead View Post
    Maybe put some glitter in it?


    That's your answer for everything.

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    Interested to hear your initial report. I’m a fan of somewhat viscous rather than watery sealants

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    I'll report back - but it might be awhile, as riding season isn't really in yet in Reno. Hopefully still skiing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    I'll report back - but it might be awhile, as riding season isn't really in yet in Reno. Hopefully still skiing.
    Dude half of tahoe has been driving to CS and Reno to ride these days. Feels like April.

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    Peavine is mostly clear. Galena not so much.
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    Looks like I won't be testing out this sealant -- stopped by the Tractor Supply to pick up the discounted sealant, and the only one they had left had fallen off the shelf and had a big hole in the top of the gallon container. Pass.
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    Well, did the sealant seal the hole in the container?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
    Well, did the sealant seal the hole in the container?
    It was about an inch long and half inch wide. That would've been impressive if it had.
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