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So it only took me 36 hours on my 1026 to get a flat tire. I noticed this morning the right rear tire was wet and sure enough I found a hole. Can you plug these tires with rimguard in them with traditional tire plugs? I didn't loose any measurable amount of fluid as there is only a small wet spot on my garage floor. I have it parked with the hole at the 12 oclock position for now and no air seems to be leaking out but when I push on the hole I get fluid out.
 

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Yup, regular plugs will work just fine.
 
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