D > I have a number of old things sitting around that need tires but are
D > not worth the expense/trouble/work involved. Has anyone here any
D > experience with filling tires? I was wondering how portland cement
D > might work as a tire fill or if there were other ideas for this?
The cement would certainly keep the device from being top-heavy! Main
thought is hwo do you intend to keep the cement-filled tire round?
Against the ground will develop a flat spot; suspended I would think a
teardrop-shape would take effect, against because of the weight of the
Since cement doesn't seem to be the way to go (or at least for the way
I'm thinking -- you didn't gives us any details as to the size of the
tires, weight to be beared), as the tires are hollow (else couldn't be
filled) what about an air-filled bladder like the old (automotive)
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