Basic rules for proper tire repair
The allowable amount of damage that is being repaired should be calculated in millimeters. It would seem, what is 1 millimeter? And in fact, it depends on 1 millimeter how much load the tire can withstand and how strong it will be after repair work. If the total loss of strength exceeds the allowable limits, no patch will save.
If the tire is conventionally divided into three equal parts, then only one repair can be made in each of them. If there is more damage, the tire cannot be repaired, as it will not be able to carry a sufficient load.
In addition, the tire has a zone that is forbidden to repair. In this place, there is no sense in repairing the damage, since the tire’s base is broken – its frame.
Untimely cut found. For example, the driver drove a week or more, and then noticed the damage. If it rained, the moisture gradually “corroded” the frame and corrosion of the frame occurred. In this case, the tire will be given a “death sentence“.
So, now you know how to determine how good tire repair you offer. And remember, a daily tire inspection can help identify damage in time and save the tire.