Yet another reason why one should always have a roll of duct tape on them at all times. They said they actually got 40 miles out of the tape job / tire repair. From the looks of the tire tread it looks like it lived a really long life.
FAKE! no reason for a patch unless it’s inflated and NO tape job from the outside is going to hold air, even for a second. The tape’s not even scuffed! Nice bridge in the background, did you buy that too?
Dave is correct. I wonder how long it lasted if they really mounted it back on?
ok dave & e what about them 1)do the repair 2)take a picture 3)remount the tire 4)drive away 5)post pic (done)
they never said it was a flat tire, maby it is a tube-tire and the outer tire got a hole
If it’s for real, the tape obviously isn’t holding the pressure (no way), but rather holding something down that is wedged in and plugging the hole.
maybe it’s the tire that stayed in the trunk and got the extra 40 miles…lol
@ Charles. What about them what?
you expect someone to puncture a tire to prove to you putting a piece of tape on the outside won’t hold air?
why don’t YOU puncture a tire, put a piece of tape over it and prove it does.
If you can’t figure out there’s a problem with that idea then that bridge in the background probably has a plaque with your name on it.
Those gals got more mileage than the tire
Pathetic Fake! I mean, the idea is funny but there is no way that would hold any pressure, let alone mileage. No one would be stupid enough to do this….
Then again, they are blonde….
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