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Old 10-19-2012, 11:24 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Good Beer View Post
Appreciate the replies. I already use Paragon and GoJo but they only clean the surface of the tire. I'm looking to "deep soak" the entire tire/wheel to soften up the foam. I've seen racers pull tires out of a large pickle jar, dry them and race and they stick like gum. Just figured I'd try it myself.
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What's a good liquid soak for soaking/making foams softer and tacky ? Regular tire tack only seems to treat the surface. Thanks.
Did this 30 years ago and still works today. Combo of Turpentine and Oil of Wintergreen (about 10 to 1), apply liberally to tire, stick em in a baggie and leave them set for a few days in a warm spot. It'll soak all the way to the rim without eating the glue (not too much or it'll actually shrink the foam) and it'll stick to anything.
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