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If You Have A Flat Tire - Honda 2006 CB600F Owner's Manual

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If You Have a Flat Tire

A flat tire is always unwelcome,
especially if you are far from help. If you
think you are losing air, or you hit a
pothole or hard object, pull safely to the
side of the road so you can inspect the
tires and assess the situation. (Be sure to
park on a firm, level surface and use the
side stand for support.) You should
examine the tire treads and sidewalls for
foreign objects or damage. If you find a
tire that has been punctured or damaged,
you have two options.
Option 1:
Have Your Motorcycle Transported
If a tire has a major puncture or a cut in
the tread or sidewall, or the bead has come
loose from the rim, there is probably not
much you can do except have your
motorcycle transported to a Honda dealer
184
Taking Care of the Unexpected
or other qualified service facility. (USA
only: For information about 24-hour
emergency roadside assistance, see page
237
.) Even with a simple puncture, this
may be the safest and least troublesome
solution. For transporting instructions, see
page
174
.
Option 2:
Make a Temporary Roadside Repair
If a tire has only a minor nail puncture and
is not completely flat, you may be able to
make an emergency repair that could
allow you to continue riding to where you
can get the tire replaced or permanently
repaired.

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