Why is It Difficult to Repair Tire Side Damage?

Everyone knows that if the crown is nailed, there are many ways to repair it, because the crown position only fluctuates during the tire rotation, and the force at the repaired tire is even. When the tire rotates, the sidewall deforms every time it turns to the ground, which is commonly known as a surge phenomenon. In addition, there are few sidewall cords and insufficient strength. It is impossible to perforate the rubber strips or install mushroom nails. The pasted film will be glued or broken during countless bending.

The side of the tire is very thin, not as thick as the front. It is recommended to repair it if the damage is not large, of course, it is better to replace it. If you are not willing to have a new tire, try to repair the tire and drive in the city road.

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