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How does stuff like that work in the cold?
 

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Have used it for years with positive results.
Anyone considering this product should throughly study the web sight and watch the videos to learn what this product will and will not do.
1. I have never had this product dry-up inside the tire.
2. I have never had any corrosion issues-as a matter of fact I have never had any residue on the rims. It stays on the tire as designed to do.
Interesting question on cold weather. I ride all winter, unless there is snow/ice present. Never noticed any out of balance conditions, so I can only assume the product is not freezing inside the tire.
 

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.... But it did dry up inside the tire where it could no longer move. .......

How long had it been in the tire? I go through at least 1 set per year and have not had it dry up. I used PJ-One Balance/Sealant before that and did not have it dry up over a longer period in the trailer tires. Just wondering....
 

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I have had RideOn in my tires since 2007 (since new). This year had a puncture in the rear tire which was sealed by the RideOn. So it isstill liquid four years later. seems to help in balancing the wheels. I will be changing the tires soon and am looking forward to seeing the inside of the rims.
 

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Lil Pete wrote:
DaveO430 wrote:
.... But it did dry up inside the tire where it could no longer move. .......

How long had it been in the tire? I go through at least 1 set per year and have not had it dry up. I used PJ-One Balance/Sealant before that and did not have it dry up over a longer period in the trailer tires. Just wondering....
About 3 months is all I get from a set of tires.
 

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DaveO430 wrote:
Lil Pete wrote:
DaveO430 wrote:
.... But it did dry up inside the tire where it could no longer move. .......

How long had it been in the tire? I go through at least 1 set per year and have not had it dry up. I used PJ-One Balance/Sealant before that and did not have it dry up over a longer period in the trailer tires. Just wondering....
About 3 months is all I get from a set of tires.
What were the ambient temps during that 3 months?

Did you contact RideOn about the product drying up?
 

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tfdeputydawg wrote:
DaveO430 wrote:
Lil Pete wrote:
DaveO430 wrote:
.... But it did dry up inside the tire where it could no longer move. .......

How long had it been in the tire? I go through at least 1 set per year and have not had it dry up. I used PJ-One Balance/Sealant before that and did not have it dry up over a longer period in the trailer tires. Just wondering....
About 3 months is all I get from a set of tires.
What were the ambient temps during that 3 months?

Did you contact RideOn about the product drying up?
It was the summer months so I am sure it was plenty hot. I don't remember contacting Ride On but that has been a few years, I just chalked that one up to experience.
 
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