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Old 06-14-2010, 12:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tire vulcanized in So Cal?

I have a 1" vertical cut in the sidewall of a 40" MTR. I would like to get it patched and vulcanized. I might end up running a tube in it in addition to the fix depending on how well they can fix it. Anybody know a good place that can actually repair that?
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Old 06-14-2010, 06:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I need the samething done. I was going to give Daryl Smith Sand tires a call
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Old 06-16-2010, 11:33 AM   #3 (permalink)
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A local tire shop fixes mine, all he does is cold patch with what he calles a boot, it is a patch with woven strans in it, they dont like to do it because it is not legal for the street, but my wheels are so beat up its obviously off road only

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dont like to do it because it is not legal for the street
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I am finding this to be true everywhere I call. I have decided to fix it myself. In my research I have found that you have to get a corded patch. They are listed as radial patches. It gets vulcanized to the tire. There are hot and cold chemical ways to vulcanize tires. I will be getting the cold chemical vulcanize stuff.

Before the patch can be applied to the "injury" (cut, hole, etc) it needs to be filled with a rubber compound. I found some "A and B compound" that does just this. When you combine the two it makes a puddy that will fill the void of the cut. This cures at room temp. Apparently when you do this and put a radial patch on it makes a lasting fix. I am getting the stuff and will try it out. Its going to cost me $150 or more but if it works it will pay in the long run. This gets me 100 patches and enough chemicals to do this for a while.


I am getting stuff from www.patchboy.com. I have found that a lot of places wont ship this stuff. This is one place that does.
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This is what I am getting:

14-438 A&B Rubber Repair Compound, 1 lb of each
14-102 Buffing Solution Rubber Prep 16 oz. Aerosol Non-Flammable
14-128A 16 oz. (472ml) Inner Liner Sealer, Non-Flammable
14-314 3/16" x 1 1/2" Wood Handle Ball Bearing Stitcher
PA-009 Rectangular Cord-Reinforced Radial Repair - 3" x 1-3/4", 100 Patches
14-032 1 quart XtraSeal Brand 32 oz. (945ml) Vulcanizing Cement, Flammable - Brush in Top
14-339 Back-to-Back 2-1/2" carbide buffing wheels


I am not totally sure about the patch sizes. I might get them somewhere else. I still need to research those.
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I had a big rig tire shop mount some used 40's, one happened to have some sidewall holes. They recommended that I call TCI in Fontana to get the tire "sectioned" which is the term for a sidewall repair. I haven't contacted them yet but I still have my tire.

I'd like to see how the stuff from patchboy works!
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Old 06-18-2010, 07:02 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Following up on my tire repair. Daryl Smith could but wouldn't repair my tire because its a DOT tire, also he has only ever used the heat activated vulcanizing process and not familar with the product you are using. Could I get the name, address and phone number, Daryl and I are interested in this process.
In the mean time I found out that a retreading company can repair my tire for as little as $45. I'm going to go this route. I'll let you know what happens.
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Old 07-03-2010, 07:04 PM   #8 (permalink)
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just got section repair from Petes road service 37 bucks can hardly tell it was done
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were is pete's road service? I have a 40" Irok I need fixed
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were is pete's road service? I have a 40" Irok I need fixed
I believe they are a mobile big rig repair outfit, not sure how big their service area is though. I'm sure skiman26 can help you out with that info.
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Old 07-05-2010, 06:33 PM   #11 (permalink)
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they have locations all over so. cal. they were way cool to deal with and it was very reasonable. just google em.
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Old 07-07-2010, 08:37 PM   #12 (permalink)
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were is pete's road service? I have a 40" Irok I need fixed

Hey steve if you do this let me know. I have 2 sidewall repairs i need done on my wad
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picked mine up and it is hard to tell where the cut was
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did you use the shop in Coachella?

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just got section repair from Petes road service 37 bucks can hardly tell it was done
Called Petes today, they couldn't help me with my sidewall gash. The told me that "nothing" that they have would work on my sidewall. Did yours hold up? If so, what procedure did they use or which location did you use? I called the Fullerton location. The guy was cool, just couldn't help...

BUMP, anybody else have any advise?

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I had a big rig tire shop mount some used 40's, one happened to have some sidewall holes. They recommended that I call TCI in Fontana to get the tire "sectioned" which is the term for a sidewall repair. I haven't contacted them yet but I still have my tire.

I'd like to see how the stuff from patchboy works!
Kevin, I went ahead an brought my tire to TCI in Fontana. I told them it was a Offroad tire. They repaired the sidewall hole and plugged two holes in the tread. The sidewall repair wasn't as smooth as I thought it would be. It was a little concaved, so I mounted the tire with the repaired sidewall on the inside. When they plugged the holes in the tread they shaved off the tread about 1" diameter from the plug, I didn't like that. My $40 repair included dismounting the tire off the wheel and remounting

You can call them at (909) 429-6876 if your interested.
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I will look into it. I'm assuming that everything held up? Thanks.
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Try ParkHouse Tire in Fontana. Dont remember if the cap shop is there or Bell Gardens. If you say its for off-road use only they might do it.
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Old 02-19-2013, 08:41 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Try ParkHouse Tire in Fontana. Dont remember if the cap shop is there or Bell Gardens. If you say its for off-road use only they might do it.
last year i had parkhouse in fontana do a maxxis creepy crawler red label 40 inch tire with a 2 inch gash in the sidewall. you just need to make them know that it is for offroad only!!! they did a great job of repairing, from the outside, couldn't tell where the repair was. i think the guys name was jose.....he told me to send all my friends and he would take care of them.
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I worked in two locations for them for a total of 10 years. Cap shop has always been on par with these kind of repairs.

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Will be heading up there most definetly, this seems to be the place Will post up before/after pics when I get it done. Thanks.

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Old 12-07-2013, 02:18 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Anybody got a place near San Diego? The few I've called won't do it.

I've got a brand new 37" MTR w/Kevlar with a 2" sidewall gash.
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Anybody got a place near San Diego? The few I've called won't do it.

I've got a brand new 37" MTR w/Kevlar with a 2" sidewall gash.
There's a Parkhouse Tire in Esco. You might call them.
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There's a Parkhouse Tire in Esco. You might call them.
According to the guy I talked to it's impossible. The sidewalls are too weak to repair.

Nevermind all the photos I've seen of repaired tires and all the people who say they've had it done. I imagine it's the DOT tire part of it that automatically makes them not want to do it.

If someone has a hookup and wants a cheap tire I'd be willing to sell it to help fund a new tire.
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I have gone to Parkhouse and they have turned me down in the past but Daniels in Sante Fe Springs has been doing some good stuff for me.

Unfortunately, I was turned down by Daniels this morning because of this damage:



They said that they believe the cords to be damaged and is caused by a large impact. Unfortunately, they are onto something cause this was on the WE wheel I bent up last Thanksgiving. It didn't leak there but they did not want to take any risks. I actually didn't see that damage....as it never bulged or leaked there.

I brought it for this as a 'section repair' and they were going to do it until they discovered the inside damage.....



This is a non DOT sticky tire.....any thoughts?
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