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  1. fixyurdivot

    Flat Tires

    I have an early generation Sun Mountain cart that has the 12.5 x 2.25 inflatable tires. Last week, two of us in the group limped back to 18 with a flat tire. Seems they have some nasty, low growing weeds with thorns here in Yuma. We had both helped out looking for another players ball, in an area we'd not been before. Anyway, new tubes purchased and installed and we're good... for now. Someone mentioned the use of a product "Slime" that is a protector/sheath between the tube and tire inside wall. Anyone familiar with and use this (or like) product? I also see that a new set of "no flat" tires can be purchased, but they were $80. This option might be the better long term solution, but some say they do not roll as well?
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