Should be the same as all tire patch gules. If you check around at auto parts stores you will come up with a very large range of sizes available.
Well, my boss at the shop will claim otherwise, but I've patched a tube or two in my day using rubber cement and had zero failures, and the patch and tube seem to vulcanize fine.JoelM said:Is it just contact cement?
No, though that is an interesting idea.Cloxxki said:You're not going to glue a half-tube to a tire, are you? (I've kicked that idea around somewhat)
I used a pieces Bonty XXXLite to patch another XXXLite the other day. It seemed to hold air well, but I haven't mounted it on the bike yet. I'm going to put it up front and see how it holds up before I run out and buy a tub of this stuff. I will let you all know the results.Cloxxki said:Did you try with Parktool goo how it welds butyl to butyl? I used to have a tube of rematiptop (blue goo), and memory tells me it would hardl get stuff to get sticky. Maybe I should have brought out a hairdryer to get things working?