I know it's been touched on here but lets take a poll. Yea or Nay for the Slime and maybe a good argument for your choice.
Wow! maybe you put waaaaay too much slime in your tire. I've never even noticed any difference with slime in my ATV tires. It's not because I ride slow. My Outlaw 525 had slime in the tires and I never experienced any vibrations or shaking. That quad was defineately faster than my 850 XP. I haven't put slime in the XP yet, but I'm sure it won't be any different than my Scrambler 400, Sportsman 500, or 525 Outlaw was.Tire slime only works well in motor vehicals if they go under 15 miles and hour. put some in my last quad and at 70 it threw me right of the **** thing from the vibration. Bad for high speed apps.
I was turned on to the CNH tire sealant from the dealer as they'reGood advice guys! Keep it coming. I guess there is a practical application too. Maybe not so good for quads/moto but good for us slow trail/mud guys? Don't get me wrong, I hit full throttle often, but rarely stay there.
MOST EXCELLENT ADVICE!!! I will add be prepared to be turned away or at the very least charged extra.My only advice is if you have slimed your tires and are having a shop change tires for you, give them a heads up. It's a pretty nasty surprises that won't make them happy if they aren't expecting it
This is only an issue if you don't read the instructions... You need to install the proper amount of slime and GO DRIVE or in our case RIDE right after!Tire slime only works well in motor vehicles if they go under 15 miles and hour. put some in my last quad and at 70 it threw me right of the **** thing from the vibration. Bad for high speed apps.
Roger that Phil!!Yea, only if it's NOT going to be you changing the tires!