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okay.....i know i dont put any fix a flat.....but do i got to buy a new tire??????

i went to go to work today and the bike was hard to roll.....i looked down and the tire was flat FRONT TIRE

any suggestions on what i do?

i am very tired right now but i am going to look at it after dinner or tomarow and give more details, but i dident run anything over i THINK
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bulldog said:
fuk it right now i am so pissed, he dident throw fire at me? in my mind he did so if i get trashed then i trash back i aint gonna LET this fool talk like that to me and not sday nothin about it
I havent lost my cool over you at all. Fire at you, well if pointing out a flat tire is not that big of a deal, then If I were you I would stay away from spilled milk. You have acted like the biggest baby Ive seen. It is no wander you need to have your hand held over a flat tire. I am sorry for not recognizing your youth prior to my post. If i could give you a tissue I would. It wouldnt fix your tire any quicker, but at least your vision wouldnt be blurred from your tears.
And as far as I dont know nothing about a Chain and sprockett, That is BULL sh!t it's self. A few others were in on this post to give assistance and the majority said Clutch, the end repair was everything but. He did a chain and sprocket set. So keep your nose out of that one. Don't know what I'm talking about? Please. Oh and if you have to
edit all of your posts for the fear of being banned, Dont do it on my account. You cant get under my skin.
Bull, I have to say that I agree with Earl on this one. Like I said in my post, you should have seen the flat tire LONG before you ever tried to move the bike. Motorcycling is not about JUST riding. There is a lot of maintenance and cost involved. You can NOT be in a hurry to do anything when it comes to a motorcycle. As I said before, being in a hurry will kill you. We've all given you suggestions on how to find the leak, but as Jack said, I sure as hell would not ride on a patched front tire. You need to replace it, regardless of how small the leak is. Those tires are the only things connecting you to the road and you ONLY have two of them. You're going to have to buy a new tire if you want to ride. And please, start doing pre-ride checks, do NOT be in a hurry. If you're in a hurry, then just take the cage.
OK first off! Everybody calm down! Here's a Star Wars freak air humpin to make everybody :lol:

Now, Bull, Earl is a good guy and he is very good guy for some good knowledge.

Earl, understand that Bull is 16 or 17... and that may explain some things...
Now to get this back on subject!

Bull, please don't mess with "fixing or patching" the front tire. It is WAY TOO DANGEROUS!! Please Please Please don't do it!

If it was your back tire I would say "well, ok, but be carefull".

But with it being your front, it's too risky. If your "repair/fix" fails on you and the circumstances aren't just perfectly right, you WILL go down! PERIOD!

Bull, listen up!

Everybody else! :wtf: are you guys thinking or not? I mean it's fine if it's a rim leak but anything wrong with the tire means its now JUNK!

Maybe it's just my POV and :2cents:
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