| << What is the best way to repair this tire? >>
| 1) Remove tire
| 2) Discard tire in trash
| 3) Go to Farm & Fleet, tire store, whatever, and buy
| 4) Install tire, live happily ever after. HTH
And they're not a heck of a lot more expensive than a tube, in
fact, esp when you factor in your time and aggravation.
I did however have good luck with the tubeless tire stuff you
squirt in thru the valve. Take the tire off, fill it, add air
until pressure is at max listed for the tire (I usually go a few
pounds even past that, to about 22 pounds for tractor tires),
handle, rotate, tip, flip, etc., the tire to spread the stuff all
over inside real well. PUt it on the tractor and go ride in
circles for 5 minutes or so.
Cabeat: IF you ever decide to take that tire off and replace
it, you are going to have ONE heck of a mess of sticky crap all
over the rim inside!!