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    what good is a like new larry tire.....with a big ole hole in it?

    got a pugs recently and have a large hole in the side wall of my larry tire already(hole, not gash, probably the size of half a credit card-maybe 2 inches by 1 inch),

    any idea what good it is now? maybe i can use it for some type of unscientific test or throw it on ebay for a tire junkie of some sort?

    thanks in advance

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    Can you take a picture?

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    A few cool belts???
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    I'm trying to think of something clever, but can't.

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    Talk about a spare tire around your waist......
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    Wheel holder

    I have an Endomorph I do not use, it sits in the back of my SUV with a spare tube inflated in it. That's what I set my Fabike's front wheel on when I take it to a trail, with the bike mounted on an inside rack. Provides clearance for the skewers. Same concept, put it on a table inflated and you can use it to work on wheels when installing tires or removing/installing cassettes.

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    Car pad (and the dogs)?

    Pure, unmitigated win.

    Down tube fenders are a fave of mine, cut to length, a few holes, some zip ties and you finally have a fender wider than your tires.

    Or, if you're running tubes, some dental floss, a needle, stitch it up and keep on rockin'....
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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