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Hi Guys,
I'm riding my 1190 Adventure in Ghana where I'm working for a couple years. My back tyre kept losing pressure and I took it to the workshop where they spotted a tiny leak through the spoke where it meets the rim. We applied some local patch but has not worked and tyre still deflates slowly over a few days. Am just about to do a 2000km tri around Ghana so looking to find out whether I can somehow fix this or do I need to just buy a new rear wheel? Any thoughts or fixes appreciated....
 

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I sealed a none tubless tyre with some heavy duty tape...let ne look for the tap as i have some left in the garage...not cheap though...

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Thought i had the original box but no...this is what you want though...


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The spoked wheels on 1190's are sealed with a wide rubber band inside the rim, yours must be damaged. You really need to have the tyre removed so you can see what's going on with it.
 

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Yeah...i sent my roll to one of the lads on here...he used a bit then sent it back...

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