Matters wrote:OK, I think I can manage that. Sometimes it is just frustrating having one thing after the other go wrong.
I guess I will be on the crappy mountain bike to work tomorrow... I really should get the brakes on that old roadie fixed up.
Mattrix wrote:If it's a slow leak it can be bloody frustrating when you start to notice it out on the road. Often with the humm of traffic it can be hard to find the location in the tube where the leak is. Probably worth grabbing an ice-cream container of water, pumping up the tube and feeding it through the water looking for bubbles.
mechturk wrote:It's worth investing in quality rim tape if you're not happy with what's on there. It's not very expensive, it's doesn't wear out very quickly, and it does save you from getting internal punctures, which is a very good thing.
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