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      09-27-2010, 01:54 PM   #1
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Noflat Tire Sealant

Has anyone heard or tired this?
http://www.noflat.com/index.htm
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      09-27-2010, 02:26 PM   #2
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Has anyone heard or tired this?
http://www.noflat.com/index.htm
Pretty common for the truck tire industry. I suspect that it is incompatible with TPMS sensors for the US market and isn't intended for the car market.

From their PDF you glean this bit of information:

"Reinflate tire to the vehicle “Placard” pressure. (This is usually found on a door jam or in the glove compartment of the gas filler door)."

which leads to the following questions:

1 what kind of jam is on their doors - strawberry or apricot?
2 What car has a gas filler door with a glovebox? My glovebox is part of the dash.

I just don't trust companies that cannot write coherent ads.
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UUC sells a product they stand by (not sure if it's the same) but basically something you apply in the inner lining of the tire before you m/b. Because you apply before you m/b, it has no effect on TPMS since it'll all be balanced together afterwards. Weight of tires was not altered either.
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