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Dealer pulled a screw out of the trier and made a permanent patch this AM. Still considering options to replace the sealant. Glad to know the process works.
As long as it is in the tread yo are good to go with liquid sealant and a compressor. Sidewall damage will still leave you stranded, unfortunately.

A LOT of off road race teams run SLIME in their tires to seal any punctures that may happen while they are racing before the tire looses all the air. I used it in one of my 37-inch Wrangler MT/R's on my Silverado 2500 HD when I came outside one day and found the tire completely deflated and a rather large hole in the tread area. Worked great with no leaks, I filled it, inflated it then drove around and it doesn't leak anymore!!! The tread is close enough to needing replacing that I am not bothering with a patch, especially since I run a set of KMC Enduro true beadlock wheels and 36-bolts take a long time to R&R to change/repair the tire...
 
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