Any GPZ Content out there?
scapco at ecentral.com
Wed Aug 18 07:21:22 PDT 2010
I agree with Sid, I'd pull the rear wheel and put about 50 lbs of air
in it and do the tire in water test.
On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 7:44 AM, Marilyn Mason <masonjs at nrtco.net> wrote:
> 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 gmail.com>
> To: "Jim Mason" <MASONJS at nrtco.net>
> 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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