I have a front tire on my 1025r which despite having been to the Agricultural Tire store twice for repairs, continues to lose a little air along the bead. I am going to add Liquitube into the front wheel on that side to help seal the wheel. Those front tires have a very short sidewall and do not like to run tubes as they pinch and then puncture the tube when pinched, so this product seems to be a good answer to my problem.
Several GTT members I have spoken with have used Liquitube and had very good results, including GTT member TreeFarmer. It was at his encouragement, I decided to give this product a try.
When I checked on Amazon today, I found a very wide variation in the same sized bottle prices. You can order this product with anywhere from a 16 oz bottle to a 256 gallon commercial sized tote (which sells for $8,999.99). But different supplier sources on Amazon offered these price ranges;
32oz sized Bottle (unless indicated), all sources are selling through the Amazon site.
$82.47 plus $7.95 shipping (32oz size)
$59.37 plus $7.95 (for a 16oz Bottle)
$21.95 (Shipping to be calculated) (32oz size)
$29.99 plus $12.95 shipping (32 oz size)
I went directly to LiquiTube's main website and ordered the 32 oz bottle size for $19.99 plus $10 shipping....
Here is the link.
They accepted Paypal and that's how I paid. Not sure why the crazy price variations on the other sources, but if you need this product, I would suggest going right to their website and buying it direct.