Reviews for Pro-Line Premium Blend CA Tire Glue (Thin, 5-10 sec) [PRO6005-01]

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Keith Laymon
Saturday, Feb 4 2012 (about 4 years ago)
Pro-Line Premium Blend CA Tire Glue (Thin, 5-10 sec)
I used this glue on my 1/8 buggy tires. I made several trips around each tire touching up and double-checking and had them sit for over a week before I ran. After about 3 laps, I had 2 out of the 4 tires completely blow off. I went back to the pit and was able to pull the tires off with zero tire residue on the rim (the tires and the rims looked like there had never been a spot of glue on them). There was no bonding at all. I had cleaned the wheels and tires thoroughly. I went back over these tires at the track with dirt all over them from where I ran and put some AKA glue on them. 10 minutes later, they were rock solid and used them two full rounds with zero issues.
Eric Franz
Verified Owner
Monday, Feb 28 2011 (about 5 years ago)
Pro-Line Premium Blend CA Tire Glue (Thin, 5-10 sec)
The best glue I've used yet! Being the thin variety, may not be the best for inexperienced users. As long as you prep your tires and rims correctly, this glue will join them effortlessly and keep them together.
Skull Piler
Verified Owner
Sunday, Mar 28 2010 (about 6 years ago)
Pro-Line Premium Blend CA Tire Glue (Thin, 5-10 sec)
This glue is great! I use it fot buggy wheels mainly, because they are easier to manipulate than truggy or monster truck wheels; I just use the Dremel to clean the tire beads and the dishes, then alchool, then glue. Practice makes perfect ;)
Barry Daniluk
Verified Owner
Saturday, Mar 17 2007 (about 9 years ago)
Pro-Line Premium Blend CA Tire Glue (Thin, 5-10 sec)
I suck at gluing tires and these stuck great. Had one tiny sopt thatdidnt stick, put some more on there and its serfect. It isnt too thin just dont shove the bottle into the bead while its upside down and glue will flow out then
neil marcelino
Friday, Mar 16 2007 (about 9 years ago)
Pro-Line Premium Blend CA Tire Glue (Thin, 5-10 sec)
What a retard, use a plastic needle applicator/tube. It works great when you learn to control the flow.
Joel Judkins
Thursday, Mar 15 2007 (about 9 years ago)
Pro-Line Premium Blend CA Tire Glue (Thin, 5-10 sec)
This glue sucks, it just plain sucks. I have glued over 12 sets of tires with other glues and never had much of a problem. This glue is so thin and sticks way too fast, it will flow into the tire and make the foam hard, effectively ruining the tire. Don't buy it... I just ruined some brand new bowties. again it sucks.