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Old 20th September 2017, 09:12   #151
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Originally Posted by nurni76 View Post
I had the warning display of low tyre pressure in the right rear tyre twice in the last 3 weeks. The first time I checked it was 26 PSi against the 32 that I maintain. I again faced this issue yesterday and this time it was 20 psi and this drop happened 3 weeks after filling the air at 32 Psi. I am assuming there is a puncture. Can RFT puncture be repaired by the usual road side guys? Since this is my first experience with RFTs, this question. Request Anyone with an experience on this to comment.
I had a puncture in one of the RFTs once. I got it fixed at a regular tyre shop. They plugged it with a gooey strip, as they would for a regular tubeless. Also do check if the valve is leaking.
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