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    CO2 Flat tire repair

    I just bought a Bike master tire repair kit for flats. I'm wondering how many CO2 cartridges it will take to fill the back tire of my TW. The kit comes with 4. Anyone here have any experience with this?
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    Just keep applying them until it is full enough to ride home.
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    So done with the CO2 I went with https://www.amazon.com/Ryobi-P737-Po...+tire+inflator. and didn't look back. Can do it up and down all day long and not run out

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    If you have sealed the tube’s leak then 4 CO2 cartridges should be sufficient for re-inflating the rear tire to ridable pressures. If you can carry more then doing so might provide enough spares to limp home on a slow leak without having to resort to an arduous rear tire flat fix in the field.
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