Re: HELP! Flat tire on a True Temper wheelbarrow
Depends on what the problem is. If it's tubeless and it won't hold a bead, then a faster/stronger air compressor may be needed to fill the tire and get it to seat on the bead.
If the tire has a leak, then it doesn't matter what kind of compressor you use, it's going to continue to go flat until the leak is repaired, either by replacing the stem, the tire, or installing an inner tube.
Lastly, if it's a bead problem and you just can't quite get enough airflow to blow the tire out and start pressurizing, then take a cord or cinch strap and wrap it around the diameter of the tire, then tighten down so that you bulge the tire beads to the rim and can start pressurizing the tire. Once you start getting some air in it, then you can release the strap and continue filling.
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