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Flat tyres how can you check for damage?

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
came back from relatives to find 4 flat tyres on my car,pumped them up but was told to check for damage as they may have been down for as long as 24 hours as im not entirely sure when it was done,how do you check theres no damage to the tyres exactly???
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I'm glad I don't live by you - sounds bad what with your windscreen the other day now this
or do you have a really nice car and all the chav's are jealous?
#2
DAMNOME
I'm glad I don't live by you - sounds bad what with your windscreen the other day now this
or do you have a really nice car and all the chav's are jealous?
just someone who has it in for me:x
#3
u cannot b serious!

http://www.affordablehousinginstitute.org/blogs/us/mcenroe_not_serious.jpg
#5
check the walls of the tyres for cracking...how old are the tyres would you say?
#6
Mardyass
just someone who has it in for me:x


Don't worry
what goes around comes around
they'll get theirs :thumbsup:
#7
24 hours being flat are extremely unlikey to have damage. Weeks/Months maybe. Not a few hours.

If you drove while flat, then their is a good chance they are damaged.
#8
Pan111
check the walls of the tyres for cracking...how old are the tyres would you say?
probably around 9 months ish old
#9
thesaint
24 hours being flat are extremely unlikey to have damage. Weeks/Months maybe. Not a few hours.

If you drove while flat, then their is a good chance they are damaged.
luckily noticed before i jumped in it :) will go see if i can see any cracking to the tyres
#10
no cracking at all so alls good there :)
#11
nice one :) ...shouldnt worry about it then...I take it the tyres have since been pumped back up and youve been using the car since?
#12
Pan111
nice one :) ...shouldnt worry about it then...I take it the tyres have since been pumped back up and youve been using the car since?
theyve been pumped up but havent used that car yet
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What I was thinking was maybe they'd put tacks in your tyres resulting in slow punctures...but if theyve been up for a while, it could have just been kids at the valves...just pop to the petrol station and check the pressures :)
#14
Pan111
What I was thinking was maybe they'd put tacks in your tyres resulting in slow punctures...but if theyve been up for a while, it could have just been kids at the valves...just pop to the petrol station and check the pressures :)
will do thankyou for that :)

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