Warning About Damaged and Sup Par Chrome Wheels
Our Ride-On products are totally compatible with Chrome wheels. Ride-On does not harm quality chrome plated wheels in any way.
However, if you have poor quality chrome plating or damaged (scratches and chipped) wheels where the metal substrate of the wheel (aluminum) is exposed, any moisture in your tire including our sealant can start the process of galvanic corrosion. In this type of electrolysis induced corrosion your wheel will act as a sacrificial anode and corrode while protecting your chrome plating.
If you have good quality chrome plating and wheels that have not been damaged due to careless tire dismounting, you may use our Ride-On sealant with great results. However, we would not recommend that you use our sealants if you are unsure of your wheels and you have any visible damage or flaws in your chrome plating.
Ride-On and Tire Pressure Monitor Systems (TPMS)
Is Ride-On safe to use in combination with TPMS sensors? The answer is yes, provided that they are hermetically sealed. We do not recommend the use with at least the following makes: Honda Gold Wings from 2009, 2010, and 2012 and newer, as well as KTM 1190 and 1290 Adventures.
If the sensors are not sealed, we do not recommend the use of Ride-On.
For more information:
Information About Flammability of Ride-On as Related to Tire Retreading
In this bulletin we explain how to change tires with Ride-On and how to prepare them for retreading. The tires are easily rinsed out with water. Read More »
Disposal of Ride-On
In this bulletin we explain how best to dispose of Ride-On. Read More »
How does Ride-On deal with corrosion? It has been enriched with ingredients that prevent corrosion and rust from forming. Read More »
Ride-On Tire Protection Environmental Analysis
Ride-On has been tested for harm to the environment and found safe. You can find the detailed results in the Environmental Analysis. Read More »
Recommendation for Preparing Tires Containing Ride-On for Repairs
In this bulletin you’ll find instructions on repairing tires filled with Ride-On. You’ll also find solutions in case Ride-On doesn’t seal a leak. Read more »
Ride-On Protected Area
Ride-On has been developed to seal the tire tread. Thanks to centrifugal forces and the curvature of the tire it will evenly cover the tire tread. It does not protect the shoulder and sidewall. Read More »
Dynamic Balancing: How Does Ride-On Help to Reduce Vibrations
The following bulletin is an attempt to describe the forces generated by spinning bodies (i.e., tires spinning around the axis), the effect upon the tire, and, in turn, on the Ride-On sealant inside the tire. Read More »
Should Tires Be Balanced Before Installing Ride-On Tire Sealants & Balancers
It is recommended to balance the tire prior to application of Ride-On. Read why in this bulletin. Read More »
Troubleshooting Vibration and Balancing Issues
This Technical Service Bulletin is meant to discuss and provide assistance in troubleshooting, diagnosing and remedying tire vibration issues. In order to avoid ride and handling disturbances, the MOST important thing that has to be done correctly is installing the recommended dosages into the tires. If you install too little, or too much, you can have balancing issues. Furthermore, if you install too little product in a tire, you will have sealing efficiency problems. Therefore, it is imperative that you use our published dosages when treating vehicles. Read More »
Nitrogen Tire Fill and Ride-On Tire Sealant
The following bulletin is in response to questions regarding the use of Nitrogen tire fill and its compatibility or effects if any on the Ride-On Tire Protection System () tire sealants. Please share this information with your customers and employees. So, is it safe to use Ride-On and Nitrogen tire fill together?
The answer is a resounding “YES”. The combination of our Ride-On tire sealants and Nitrogen tire fill have synergistic benefits that transcends the beneficial use of either one by itself. Read More »
Using the Correct Mounting Lube with Aluminum Rims
The following Technical Service Bulletin is in response to questions regarding Using the Correct Mounting Lube with Aluminum Rims. Read More »
Ride-On effectiveness in tube tires
By their nature, tire sealants can never be 100% effective in sealing all punctures. This holds especially true for tube tire applications. There are several variables that can impact our tube sealants’ efficiency (thickness of tubes, speed of operation, puncturing object size, location of injury, ambient temperature, tire’s starting pressure, etc.). Read More »