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32oz bottle of Lamonster Approved AmerSeal
20 to 26oz is required to seal front and rear tires of a Can Am Spyder (we now recommend 6 to 7oz in the front and 10 to 12oz in the rear)
There's nothing more disheartening than getting ready for a ride and finding out you have a flat tire. But, even worse than that is to be in the middle of nowhere and find out you have a slow leak or a flat tire. And even worse than that is to find out you have no cell service and you get a flat in the middle of nowhere. You get the point. Flat tires are something we all hate and hope that will never happen to us and if they do, we hope we are close to home. It's one of those things when you're on a road trip that's always in the back of your mind. If you put on as many miles as we do. it's not if, but when it will happen to you.
In September 2016 I shot a little video of this product and did some real world testing. As you can see in the video, it worked well but it turns out I had a little too much product in it and it caused some balance issues with another product I'm working on. Now we have the magic worked out and I have thousands of miles of testing with it and it's earned the Lamonster Approved seal. I had a slow leak on a wheel coming from a bead and since I've added this product I check it everyday with my tire pressure monitors and I've yet to leak down even a 1/2 a pound. Before I would leak down about 5 pounds in three days. The tires ride smoothly even in cold weather and never clumps up like the product I had used in the past. I love this stuff and it will be going in everything I own that takes air.
This sealant is non-corrosive to your rims and is water soluble for easy clean up when you change tires. It can go in all tires from and including big rigs to bicycle tires. It remains fluid and effective from 45°F below zero to over 200°F. It will not migrate to the bottom of the tire when the vehicle is stopped. It seals up to l/4inch punctures in tread area, larger punctures in heavy ply tires. It seals most bead and rim leaks. It is extremely effective in tubeless tires, less effective in tube type tires.
UPDATE ON THIS VIDEO- We found that 10oz was too much for the Spyder tire and we now recommend 6 to 7oz in the front and 10 to 12oz in the rear. This will give you the optimum ride performance for your Spyder
Posted by larry Kniess on Jun 4th 2018
The sealant was shipped immediately! I was a bit confused whe recievingvit as I did not know to look in the bottle cap for installation tube and valve stem remover. Install went fine but would have helped if there was spyder specific instructions with the product.
I do hoe I never need it though.
Posted by Jerry Mathison on Feb 26th 2018
First I want to thank you for sending it with the Centrimatic balance's. I give it a 5 star rating after seeing the video. I had never use any sealant before but I am sure going to use this.
Posted by Johnny M on Aug 25th 2017
I have F3 T I was going to use a different brand by just wasn't for sure abou it, then I saw the video of the tire sealant I was amazed of how fast it stops leaks! Since I've installed it my Fobo app hasn't alarm for 3 weeks now.
Posted by Joe on Apr 20th 2017
I ordered this product and it did not start well. I could not find the hose to add the compound to the tire, DUH, it is under the cap including the Shrader valve remover, clever packaging!
Installation was great, you just need to be patient. For the rear wheel on my RT-L, I used the same tubing, put the required about in a measuring cup, got out a syringe, filled the syringe, put it on the tube coming from the tire and in 10 minutes or less it was done. I hope that I never have to write a review about the effectiveness of the product, but installation was great if you plan it out.
Posted by BILL Zbaeren on Apr 6th 2017
I like it better the ride on easier to use
Posted by Richard on Mar 27th 2017
I received the product in the mail within 2 days of ordering, which I thought was super fast. I flattened the tires on the ground on my RT and inserted the sealant in the front tires with no problems. The rear tire was a problem due to the tight space to get to the valve stem and the wimpy plastic tube. I couldn't get the tube over the stem. I ended up cutting a piece of rubber surgical tubing that fit the stem perfectly. So, I feel better now about any potential tire punctures. Thanks for your research and carrying this product in your inventory.