Cycle Seal Tire Sealer for Bikes, Underbones, Scooters & Big Bikes
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Cycle Seal Tire Sealer for Bikes, Underbones, Scooters & Big BikesThis advertisement is already inactive
- Date Posted: April 27, 2011
- Classification: For Sale
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- Ad ID: 3512272
- Date Updated: January 8, 2013
- Category: Accessories and Parts for Motorcycles and Scooters
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P350.00 front and rear tire na para sa underbone at scooter. mas marami kailangan sa bigbike depende sa tire size.
Meet-up: Sta. Maria/Meycauayan Bulacan Area. Pwede rin sa Orthopedic sa Banawe QC.
Pwede rin ipadala sa inyo basta kayo na bahala sa shipping cost.
Text text lang... Allan 0923-7239486
Q: What is Cycle Seal?
A: Cycle Seal is a tire sealant formulated for motorcycle tires that are subject to hard conditions ( e.g. Philippine roads) and heavy use.
Q: How does Cycle Seal work?
A: Cycle Seal prevents flats and extends the life of the tires. It seals the pores of the tires and so prevents air loss by puncture or leakage. Cycle Seal is quickly and easily installed through a tube dispenser. Installation time is just minutes per tire.
Q: How does it seal a hole?
A: When the vehicle is driven, Cycle Seal causes the entire inner surface of the tire to be coated. When an object penetrates the tread area, the air pressure within the tire forces the sealant into the hole. As the tire continues to turn, the hole is packed with the sealing agents.
Q: Does a puncturing object need to be removed?
A: Yes, even if Cycle Seal has sealed the punctured area. If left in the tire, the object will still move as the tire rotates; thereby, creating a larger hole. When the object is removed, be sure to ride the vehicle so that Cycle Seal will re-seal the hole.
Q: How does Cycle Seal work in tube and tubeless tires?
A: Cycle Seal will eliminate 85-95% of flats in tubeless tires from punctures up to 1/4" or 6mm (1/8” or 3mm for tube tires) in diameter of the tire. Cycle Seal’s efficiency in tube tires is reduced to 75-85% since puncturing objects may sometimes tear the tube. It is impossible for a tire sealant to seal a tear. The puncturing object should be removed from a tube tire to prevent further damage that can result in tearing.
Q: Will Cycle Seal harm the wheels?
A: No. Cycle Seal is chemically inert and will not attack the tire or wheels. It contains corrosion inhibitors which will protect the wheel’s threads and rim.
Q: Will Cycle Seal run to the bottom of the tire when the vehicle is stopped?
A: No. Cycle Seal contains specially selected binders which prevent this from happening. The sealant remains in place covering the interior surface of the tire. However, if a tire treated with Cycle Seal is stored for a prolonged period of time, some of it can eventually pool at the bottom. But, once the vehicle is driven for 3 to 5 kilometers, Cycle Seal will again re-coat the inner surface of the tire.
Q: Will Cycle Seal dry out in the tire?
A: No. Cycle Seal remains fluid as originally installed into the tire. Because the tire is a pressurized sealed container, no evaporation of the liquid can occur.
Q: How long will Cycle Seal stay effective inside the tire?
A: Cycle Seal will last the entire duration of the tire, generally 1.5 – 2 years. The integrity of natural rubber and plastics naturally decreases over time due to heat, UV exposure and natural degradation as a result of oxidation and bacterial attack. Notice the extraordinary packaging and warehousing of brand new tires. Hence, it is wise to replace tires and tubes after a couple of years.
Q: Is Cycle Seal safe?
A: Yes. Cycle Seal is non-toxic, non-flammable, non-explosive and biodegradable.
Q: What area of the tire does Cycle Seal protect? What is the effectiveness in sealing punctures?
A: Cycle Seal is not designed to protect the outside 1" of a tire's tread closest to the shoulder areas. The effectiveness in sealing punctures in the crown of the tire is an estimated 85-95 percent in tubeless tires. Effectiveness in puncture sealing drops to about 75-85 percent in tube tires, since there are two membranes involved and tubes may tear or rupture when punctured.
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