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In case you didn’t know, they do car repairs a little bit differently in the Philippines. Auto shop workers have to fix flat tires themselves the old-fashioned way, by revulcanizing the rubber with fire and vices and using prybars to seat and unseat the tires to the rim BY HAND. And we know plenty of people in America who can’t even change a flat!

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The above video pretty much lays out the impressive process, but here’s a little background from the video’s uploader.

Per YouTube/Peter White:

I had a tire with a slow leak so I stopped at a nearby vulcanizing shop to get it fixed. I have had tires repaired in Canada and the process had some major differences. For everyone’s education – nothing on the car was scratched, including the wheels and quarter panels.

What an awesome example of getting the job done by working with what you have.

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