Any GPZ Content out there?

Marilyn Mason masonjs at
Wed Aug 18 06:44:59 PDT 2010

If its a slow leak it can be difficult to find.  You can make a mixture of 
diahwashing liquid and water about 1 to 5 and put it on your tire gently 
with a paint brush and look for bubbles.  If its a hot day this isn't too 
good as the liquid will dry too quickly.  If you don't want to take the 
wheel off the bike.  Find a trough (like the ones used for wall paper) or 
someone else's flower box..  Put your bike on the center stand slide the 
trough under the bike lift it up and block it in place with 2x4s or 
something similar.  Fill the trough with water inflate your tire to about 60 
psi or so and check for bubles coming out.  If its a slow leak this may take 
time and patience.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dennis P" <gpzeer at>
To: "Jim Mason" <MASONJS at>
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2010 12:35 AM
Subject: Any GPZ Content out there?

> This is still the GPZ list isn't it?  I have a slow leak from my rear 
> tire.  Any suggestions about tracking it down?
> Dennis Peterson
> 95 RED
> Orem UT USA

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