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Whether it’s caused by a nail, screw, renegade branch or other sharp and pointy object, a flat tire caused by a puncture is something that most of us have to deal with at some point and time especially if you take your Jeep off road. And, while it can be a bummer, it is at least something that can be fixed quickly and with relative ease. The best part is, so long as the hole is located on the tread, the repair will be good enough that you won’t have to think about again. In this short video, you’ll get to see just how easy it is to locate a leak and how to fix it yourself using a tire plug.
I saw these tires on a Facebook group out there in the ether.. and as soon as I did.. I HAD TO HAVE SOME! These tires inspired this entire build. Funny what an addiction will do to a person… haha!
Im less impressed with the wheels. I should have paid close attention when ordering them, as I was under the impression that the “rings” were for a bead lock setup. In fact it is a GLUE your own tire – kinda rim. Plastic… but very light. THIS IS A GOOD THING! Light wheels will make for a truck that fly’s high and far. Here are some links for you to see if you are interested in purchasing them. These are affiliate links and I get a kick back from Amazon if you order them..
J Concepts Blue Compound Dragon 2.6 Wheel
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J Concepts Dragon 2.6 Mega Truck Wheel with Adapter, Black (2)
Axial SMT10 Grave Digger Monster Jam 4WD RC Monster Truck Off-Road 4×4 Electric Ready to Run with 2.4GHz Radio and Waterproof ESC, 1/10 Scale RTR
The shocks I installed I purchased on eBay.. they are from “Hot Racing”.. and are 120mm in size. There is only a spring inside them.. and you CAN fill them with shock oil. I am choosing not to, for this build.
Barbour’s Towing & Truck Repair offers heavy and light duty towing, mobile roadside service repair, full service shop for truck and trailer repairs. Roadside assistance is also available, including jumpstarts, tire changes, fuel delivery and more. Service is available in the greater Raleigh area: Garner, Wake Forest, Cary, Clayton, and all of Wake and Johnston Counties.
Mait Parker Explains about Maintaining your RV tires. RVs are heavy vehicles that can easily get out of control if a tires blows out. This video will give you ideas and advice to stay safe!
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Now that I knew this thing still worked, at least somewhat, it was time to fix what went wrong and replace the missing pieces with what I had laying around.
This was another one of those “redneck” fixes where nothing has to look original or perfect, it just has to work again. That being the case, there are no holds barred on what to use for the repair.
I found there was a device at the top of the cylinder head (I presume to release excess pressure as the unit is running) which had failed. It had an air vent that would stick open once the machine got to about 100 PSI, and started blowing air out. Because the piston is very hot, the air being expelled was as well, which actually melted a small hole in the housing. That clued me in where to look, the fix was my own idea.
I don’t think the wheel is going to end up working out; hot glue is not going to hold it. I can try to epoxy it in, but I think instead I might have a rubber foot that will fit over it, which I can then fill with hot glue and that will hold.