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Schrader Valves SV: This type of valve is found on automobiles, wheelbarrows, motorcycles, and a lot of bicycles.
True Goo is installed into a schrader valve by screwing out the valve core and installing the True Goo through the open valve. The valve core removal tool, which doubles as a valve cap, is taped to the side of the bottles and quarts. The pointy, double pronged end of this cap is used to remove the inner core of the schrader valve by screwing it out. Removing the valve core will let air in the tire to escape.
On the 8 oz bottles and quarts, the red tip is removed, and the top is cut to open. The attached tubing can be used to connect the bottle and the tire valve. The red cap can be used to reseal the bottle.
The one oz/stroke measuring pump is used with the True Goo Tire Sealant shop gallons for faster and even more convenient installation.
After the proper amount of True Goo is installed, reinstall the valve core, and re-inflate the tire to the proper pressure.
True Goo Tubes are high quality bicycle tubes that have True Goo Tire Sealant already installed for even better protection (as compared to original equipment bicycle tubes).
Presta Valves PV/FV: These are the narrow French Valves PV/FV found on many bicycles. True Goo can be installed into most of these valves. If the PV/FV is removable, just remove the valve core (just the removable core part -- not the whole stem) and install True Goo Tire Sealant as described above for SV. If your PV/FV is not removable, it is much easier to purchase the True Goo Tubes with the sealant already installed.
More Installation Tips:
We recommend installing True Goo before the tire is used as opposed to using True Goo as a rescue for a flat tire (although True Goo Tire Sealant is great for rescue use also). Allowing a tire to go flat can damage a tire and can be dangerous. Installing True Goo first will prevent most flat tires, saving the tire from excessive damage and will save you time, money, and aggravation.
For medium and heavy duty vehicles (commercial trucks) and large equipment give us a call (303-772-0209) for recommendations and tips pertaining to your situation.
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Bicycles are typically 4 oz/tire. This can range from 2 oz/tire on a Road Bike to 6 oz/tire on a Fat or Plus tire bike.
Motorcycles are usually 6 oz/front tire and 8 oz/back tire for the best balancing and protection.
ATVs, UTVs are 12-20 oz/tire front and 16-28 oz/tire depending on size. Mowers are typically 8 oz/tire front and 16 oz tire rear.
Wheelbarrows and Handcarts are 8-10 oz/tire.
Trailers are 8-12 oz/tire. Larger HD trailers and Semi Trucks are 16 oz/tire.
Small or Compact tractors are 16 oz/tire front, and 64 oz/tire rear. Call us at 303 772-0209 for recommendations on larger tractor and equipment needs.