Yes it is ok to put air in especially if the can leaves you at a lower than specified pressure and you have a ways to go before you can get it repaired But remember Fix-a-flat is not a correct fix. It does help in emergencies. you should have the tire repaired,or replaced. With Fix-a-Flat, a tire will be unbalanced and will be shorting the life & safety of the tire.However, you should inform the tech who replaces or repairs your tire that it was filled w/ sealant as some brands use a propellant that is flammable.
No. There is no were to put a spare tire. They come with a tire sealant & inflation kit.
On the tire where you put the air in the tire.
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Put air in the tire!
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Yes there most certainty is a limit to the amount of air that can be pumped into a bicycle tire. Put too much air in the tire and it will explode. The maximum air pressure for the tire is listed on the sidewall of the tire.
air with an air pump
It is the air valve on the tire, where you put air into the tire.
The first person to put air into tires was André Michelin.
because air molecules build up inside the tire and push the rubber outwards which causes the tire to expand.
Air is put in with a pump or a compressor, either way it becomes pressurised to inflate the tire.
Because, the air pressure hitting the tire, and as it hitting we put some air pressure into it so the tire is fully pumped up.
Put air in the tire. 35PSI should do it.
Bad sensor on tire (replace battery??)
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Put air in the tires!
it could explode and pop
Answer:If the tire is completely flat and off the rim, try tying a rope around the tire as tight as you can. then use an air compressor to put air in tire and get the tire to seat itself on the rim. After the tire is seated on the rim, remove the rope and fill tire until air pressure is correct. If this method does not work, try using a ratchet binder around tire. Crank binder down tight. Put a small amount of air in tire, to get tire to seat on rim. CAUTION do not put to much air in tire, ratchet binder will explode off tire when you release it (had to get 7 stitches in my thumb for that stunt). This should work.Answer:Forget whatever you have learned & use this trick; you will thank me later for the hour's of time you just saved.Get Vaseline, put it in the freezer for 30 minutes. Then set flat tire on edge of two blocks and put the Vaseline on the bottom, first between rim and tire, make sure the air valve is up! Then, have someone pull up on the tire and down on the rim. Then put the Vaseline in the crack on the top between the tire and rim. Then air that sucker up. Wow, was that easy or what? The Vaseline will squirt out around the rim; just scrape it up for the next tire. Pass this trick on to others. Note: it will take about a quart to do this, if all you can get is the small cans, try a tube of grease, it would be cheaper.
None is. You have to provide energy in order to stuff the air into the tire,
Move the vehicle until the valve stem is on the top and air it up normally.
Yes, gases can be compressed quite a lot. You have to compress air to put it into a tire, for example.
The psi amount will be listed on the inside of your car door. You do not want to put more air into your tire than what is listed.
first of tire not tyre but it means what it says your tire pressure is low put some air in the tires
air pressure helps on the inside of a tire but on the outside it does not usually help. as an observation if you get a flat tire and put air inside the tire it gives pressure on the inside were the hole is but if it is on the outside and lets say a pipe rolls down the highway and it hits your tire air pressure helps it make a hole in it or make it flat.
A 'G' rating on a light truck tire means only that is a 14 ply tire. The weight capacity is dependent on the air pressure you put into the tire..