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As the title said, a few months ago all four of my 35's were slashed.. :flame:

Asked a few people everyones said, no. One guy said they could be patched but it's not safe. so he wouldn't do it.. Would a patch job and a tube work? Just a small poke in the sidewall, max 1 1/2 to 2 inches.

At this point i just want to be able to get a full size spare out of the loss. Any ideas guys?
 

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i would not do it u can not put a patch on the side wall my cousin owns a tire shop and they will not do it it will not hold and it is not safe
 

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Definately do not patch a sidewall. While it might be technically possible to do, it is not safe at all. You might ending up loosing more than a few bucks for new tires, such as your truck in a bad wreck or worse.
 

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you cannot properly repair a slashed (sidewall) tire. cant believe the question even came up. :rancher:
 

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m1aman said:
. cant believe the question even came up. :rancher:
If you had $1000 invested in some tires that were wrongfully vandalized wouldn't you want to know if there was any way to use them for more than a bunch of really expensive tire swings.

As for insurance, I failed to let them know of the upgrade. Which means no coverage. Lesson learned..
 

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There is a game that resembles what you want to do. Russian roulette!! All depends how fast you want to meet your maker. Really it would be foolish to do such a thing. When your on a ventilator in the hospitol you will wish you had bought new tires instead. Sorry to hear about the tires. I hope you can find a good deal on some new ones.
 
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