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I've had good luck with Slime in golf cart and mower tires for many years. South TX has many thorny things that pierce the soft thin tires. Prefer to do the job right and get a plug patch on things that go over 20 mph. Bought a manual tire changer and has paid its for itself in just mounting one set of tires or replacing a set of tpms sensors.
 

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I also have used Slime in low speed apps. and wheel barrows also have used blue silicone in rims that split into 2 halves.
Looks like a nice product.
Says it works with TPMS sensors
 
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I use Berryman Sealer. It’s not supposed to cause corrosion in aluminum or steel wheels like Slime does and is biodegradable.
 
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So what is the suspension fluid of Berryman thats not corrosive and is biodegradable? Or is it "only the shadow knows"?
 
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