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1st Sep 2007, 14:33  

James says:


1st Sep 2007, 14:55

540air says:

I hate those, but if you're lucky, you should be able to get it fixed rather than have to buy a new tyre.

1st Sep 2007, 15:22

spongevid says:

oh bum!!

1st Sep 2007, 15:32

I found the best way to deal with those was to leave them in, and fill the tyre with tyreweld.

1st Sep 2007, 16:54

Dhamaka NLI says:


1st Sep 2007, 17:16

Spiderbaby says:

Oh no! Hope it looks worse than it is...

1st Sep 2007, 22:38

the tyre probably needs replacing anyway, hasn't got much life left.

It was flat as a pancake :( hopefully kwik fit mobile will come to my rescue cos it ain't going nowhere.

2nd Sep 2007, 21:47

disconcert says:

heh, from your board thumbnail I thought this was just a tiny stone, and was going to have a moan about the pains of living on a gravel driveway and having about 10000000 of them in my tyres. and then when you drive it's ALWAYS all clackety clackety clackety, and no matter how much you take them out they always come back. and about how my gravel is *just* the right size, as rob also lives on gravel but his is just too big and doesn't go in the holes.

...but it's a screw, so you can moan legitimately, and not about trivial gravel ;) punctures suck.

2nd Sep 2007, 22:30

hehehe. i'm sorry for your gravel related trials and tribulations sally!

3rd Sep 2007, 08:34

how anyone can moan about the noise created by the tyre/gravel combination is beyond me - where would British Cinema be without that sound? and if you always have gravel wedged in the tread of your tyres, surely it always sounds like you're driving up the driveway to a stately home or something, about to solve a murder which had everyone completely baffled (but you were the only one who knew about the fish)

8th Sep 2007, 23:25

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