Ultraseal is water soluble and can go in a inner tube or a tubeless tyre.
Yes you can plug a tyre with ultraseal in as, once the plug is in, it is the air pressure agaisnt its 'head' that keeps it there- Any Ultraseal in the tyre will just go over it and seal any gaps if ever there still was one. Make sure all the air is out of your tyre first.
Common mistake with pluggers is the bikers reluctance to clean/file the puncture hole properly
to allow sufficient room for the plug. Often, this isn't done and the plug is 'spat out'...inside the tyre...ho hummmm and down she goes again.
Take with you a proper tyre plugger kit and practice BEFORE you go
(if you fit new tyres before you go ask your tyre dealership for an old one to practice on)
Down that way, look for the sign saying ' GOMME'
- these are guys who will melt tyre rubber over any hole! and fix any puncture a layer at a time- interesting to watch! best know how to take off your tyre with your own tyre levers if you value your rims....
Last edited by Bertrand; 28 Apr 2007 at 18:25.