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Originally Posted by keithmdw
Definately a slow puncture. 23 this morning.

Calling the dealer for a price today as soon as they open as I have decided I might as well replace the rear pair anyway. Until changed I will keep pumping it up.

I know it's just one of the trials of motoring, but it really p*s*es me off that the council round here are too damn lazy to clean up the roads (or even repair them for that matter) and now I get a puncture that will cost me money to sort out one way or another. Sorry, just ranting.

I agree. I also agree not really worth repairing. The tyres are your only contact with the road -why compromise safety.

As long as you warn the trye fitting comopany about the sensors before hand you shouldn't have any problems, especially if you use a reputable trye fitter in your area.

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