Does 'slime' tire treatment really work?
Ok day seven of the new tractor and I go out and find the rear tire sitting on the rim, was cutting the 'north 50' yesterday, lots of loose soil, who knows what junk is their, I did manage to catch a bit of scrap chainlink fence and wrap it around one blade and the axle (ouch).
So the tire seems to have one small puncture I found using soap, going to go get a tubeless tire kit tomorrow and plug that up.
But does 'slime' really seal like 1/8" punctures or is it only good for thorns and small slow leaks? At 6-10 bucks a bottle I can buy a lot of tire plug kits.