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I just had my new starr 28s put on my tahoe 6 weeks ago and in the past 8 days i blew out 2 of me lexanis due to screws and nails idk where they came from but what tires do u guys run/recommend and i can't afford to buy new lexanis every week

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Tire brand wont make a difference if you keep running over nails

This. If you're catching nails on the reg then no tire brand is going to fix that. Just buy from a shop that has a good warranty and flat repair policy.

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If it really is just a nail or something piercing your tire just pick up a "fix-a-flat" kit from your local parts store. They are less than $10 and work great. Just make sure the rubber cement isn't too viscous or solidified.

I have used it several times on the rubber on my old hopper, and on some larger rims without an issue.

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If it really is just a nail or something piercing your tire just pick up a "fix-a-flat" kit from your local parts store. They are less than $10 and work great. Just make sure the rubber cement isn't too viscous or solidified.

I have used it several times on the rubber on my old hopper, and on some larger rims without an issue.

I had a plug in one of the 24's in my old f150 and have a plug in a tire on my z28 now

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Do not use fix a flat. Take it to a tire shop that can do a vulcanized patch. Should be only about $10 if you take the rim to them. If you can do it yourself, a plug patch from inside the tire will work well too.

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