Tyre vulcanise.

Stoosh

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sunny scotland
Is anyone able to tell me if this is repairable? Or who to contact for vulcanising?

It's a 800/65r32 Michelin MegaXbib. It is off a combine. My idea is to use it on a trailed sprayer if it is repairable.

Thanks.
 

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David1968

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Mixed Farmer
Location
SW Scotland
I had one like that done and it lasted fine. It was only a 13-36 on an old tractor though. Something that size might be a different ball game :unsure:

Ask your regular tyre fitter.
 

puntabrava

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Location
Wiltshire
I think you need to send it off and let the expert decide, I would say possibly as it’s side wall not bead damage.
The company you normaly buy tyres from should have a weekly collection and drop of service with the repairers.
 

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