Mending gashed tyres Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Mending gashed tyres Overview Bike Forum Chat Forum For Sale Wanted Forum Help Classified Rules Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total) Mending gashed tyres ash258369Member Ive repaired sidewalls with no problems tubeless. Stitch with dental floss and put a large patch on the inside to seal and outside to protect stitching. May be a bit tricky to do on the tread though?… Posted 4 years ago tpbikerMember Stuck a half cm gash is my reasonably new racing ralph tyre the other day. Was running tubeless and wouldn’t seal up. Put in a tube and it runs fine, however am I able to repair the tyre to run tubeless in future? Gash is on top of tyre rather than sidewall if that makes any difference. ta Posted 4 years ago nukeSubscriber Half cm gash doesn’t sound too bad. I found this article on pinkbike useful… http://m.pinkbike.com/news/Tech-Tuesday-Three-Ways-to-Save-A-Leaky-Tubeless-Tire-2012.html Might get away with the plug method on half a cm. Just repaired a 1.5cm+ gash in the sidewall of a Minion with just patches and that’s back up and running tubeless Posted 4 years ago creameggMember 5mm? Stick a sticky worm in there Posted 4 years ago Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total) The topic ‘Mending gashed tyres’ is closed to new replies.