ultra seal

Discussion in 'Classic Motorbikes' started by geoff smith, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. geoff smith

    geoff smith Guest

    HI folks any one got a word to say about this liquid stuff you put in tyres
    to seal them when you get a puncture....I think its called ULTRA SEAL..
    geoff smith, Jan 18, 2004
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    Hog Guest

    Yes, google here and in UKRM for opinions for and against.
    also check a report on http://www.bmwclub.org.uk/ultraseal-tech.html
    Hog, Jan 18, 2004
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    geoff smith Guest

    Thanks HOG.........The BMW site is very good,
    but I could not find any info on UKRM about Ultra seal..
    geoff smith, Jan 18, 2004
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    Pip Guest

    Now then. This post smells a bit odd, to me. Tineed pork and ham
    sort of smell, I'm afraid.

    Geoff? Are you aka, or do you have a relationship at all with a bloke
    called Greg Smith? 'Cos he spammed uk.r.m. with this very product
    only a short time ago ...
    Pip, Jan 18, 2004
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    Hog Guest

    If not
    search for Ultraseal - one word
    Hog, Jan 18, 2004
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    geoff smith Guest

    Hi all
    I am 100% genuine asking about ultraseal. I live in Yorkshire and have no
    connection with Greg Smith from Southampton
    My problem is I have a car with two tyres that have bad seals on the rim of
    tubeless tyres, I loose about 10 PSI a week on each.
    also My favourite toy is a BMW k100lt, this also lets air out round the rim
    goes flat in a couple of hours.
    I know there are a lot of products on the market that offer a tempory get
    you home type fix, I have read the adverts for utraseal and want to believe
    it is as good as they claim.
    I was hopping you Gents would confirm this.
    If you really think my post smells, may I suggest, do not go around sniffing
    strange posts,
    only dogs do that.
    geoff smith, Jan 18, 2004
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    Dave Painter Guest


    None of them are 'brilliant' with rim seal failures. Some work on
    less flex in the sidewall. Most don't work on motorcycle tyres unless you
    really square profiles!

    Dave Painter, Jan 18, 2004
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    rob Guest

    i used it on a bmw k100 rear to fix a puncture done the job well and stayed
    rob, Jan 19, 2004
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