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Old 28th April 2018, 18:33   #61
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@sdp1975: you can get a mushroom puncture repair done for that old leaky puncture if needed.
It costs 300 in Gurgaon (ordinary puncture repair is 50 for reference)
The mushroom puncture is costly but saves you from buying a new tyre.

@wildsdi5530: get the valve inspected thoroughly. There may be minor cracks where it joins the rim. Replace the valve to eliminate any possibility of leak.
Sometimes, removing the tyre off rim, cleaning the rim n tyre, refitting them back properly would also eliminate leaks.
Be careful that tyre guy marks the rim n tyre position with a marker so that the same position can be matched - else you may need to get balancing done.

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