How to replace the fuel filter on a 1998-2007 Chevrolet Silverado.
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Don’t forget the water! Poly foam needs it to cure properly inside a sealed tire.
Clean the tire out if it has any contaminants like old “fix a flat” or oil. Contaminants might break down the foam and keep it from curing.
It is better to hold the can up side down unless you plan to shake it often.
If you drill a hole in the tire or try to put the foam in thru the valve stem, a bunch of the foam will come back out due to the pressure.
If you don’t want to go in thru the bead, you can drill two holes in the sidewall. One to fill and one 180 degrees from that to relieve the air pressure.
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