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Ride-On for QUAD & ATV
Don’t let a flat tire stop you!
Prevents flats tires and blowouts
Automatically repairs punctures
Protects tires and extends service life
Don't let a flat tire stop you!
The Quad & ATV formula was designed to provide superior sealing capabilities in tubeless tires that operate at a wide range of operating pressures. The gel forms a coating layer on the tire tread that doesn’t dry out but remains liquid and active for the entire lifespan of the tire. The formula contains corrosion inhibitors and doesn’t affect tires and rims. It also stays exactly where it should, inside the tire, so no mess in the garage!
Why use Ride-On?
- Professionally tested and approved
- Balances tires with or without wheel weights
- Seals punctures in tube as well as tubeless tires
- Increases tire lifespan
- Biodegradable – non-hazardous – non-explosive
- Easy to install
- Easily removable with water
Unique: tire sealant and balancer in one
Ride-On Tire Protection is a unique sealant and balancing gel in one formula. Ride-On seals tires, keeps tire pressure optimal, prevents flat tires and balances. With Ride-On, you’ll benefit from more safety, less inconvenience, reduced fuel costs and a longer tire lifespan.
Ride-On works with the centrifugal forces in the tire and seals the tire tread. This coating reduces porosity up to 500%, allowing tires to maintain their pressure much longer. This reduces rolling resistance and tire wear and lets tires last 25% longer.
The Ride-On gel contains aramid fibers which are six times stronger than steel. These fibers seal punctures permanently and within seconds, without noticeable pressure loss. The risk of a flat tire or blowout reduces significantly.
Ride-On also hydrodynamically balances the tire/rim combination, for optimal rolling resistance, more driving comfort and reduced fuel consumption. Wobbly tires are easily fixed without the need of extra balancing weights or powder.
|Inhoud||4 x 1 Ltr. + Tools|
- Air compressor
- Safety glasses
Step 1. Rotate the tire so that the valve stem is positioned at 4 or 8 o’clock*
If there is a cap covering the valve stem, remove it.
Step 2. Remove the valve core
Place the provided valve core removal tool onto the valve and unscrew it by turning counterclockwise. This will allow you to remove the valve core and deflate the tire.
Step 3. Slide the provided hose onto the car valve
The hose fits exactly onto the car valve.
Step 4. Place the hose onto the bottle
Take the cap off the Ride-On bottle. Cut the tip of the bottle at the indicated line so the gel can easily go through.
Attention: Make sure when you cut that the hose can still fit on the bottle tip.
Tip: If you prefer you can also place the bottle tip directly (without hose) on the valve.
Step 5. Squeeze the entire contents of the bottle into the tire.
Step 6. Use the compressor to put a bit of air into the tire
Injecting a short burst of air will clear the valve stem.
Step 7. Reinstall the valve core
Screw the valve core back in by turning it clockwise with the provided tool. Do not overtighten. Inflate the tire to the recommended pressure.
Tip: If you’re not sure about the right pressure, this can often be found on a sticker on the inside of the car door, the fuel cap or your car’s instruction manual.
Step 8. Repeat the steps for the other tires.
The tire is now successfully filled with Ride-On. Starting back at step 1, repeat the steps until all the tires have been treated.
When all tires have been successfully filled with Ride-On, it is time for the final step:
Step 9. Drive your vehicle so the Ride-On can spread evenly over the tire tread.
Drive 5 to 10 kilometers to allow Ride-On to spread sufficiently. You may experience a slight vibration at first, but this will wear off as you drive further and the formula spreads out.
Attention: Ride-On needs to be run in at every speed, so the vibrations may reoccur as you speed up. Eventually the Ride-On will coat the tires evenly and balance out.
If you have very large tires, we recommend you start off driving slowly. The Ride-On will need a bit more time to spread.
*Tip: For more convenience, you could jack up your vehicle first