Got a very small (1 mm or so in diameter) nail in my back tyre. It will drop the pressure from 32 (which I'd been running in the back until someone at Maximum Suzuki forum suggested 36 is preferred) to say 25 over 4 or 5 days. Obviously it's not safe to leave it like that in case I forget to top it up, and because the pressure is rarely going to be optimal, but it's so slow I wonder whether they'd have trouble plugging it, or have to make the hole bigger. So, suggestions? I'm worried that if I pull the nail out the tyre will go down quickly and then I'll have to trailer the bike to the tyre shop or pull the back wheel off. But I guess in a way it's equally likely that the hole might close up with the nail out of it. Or should I just suck it up and get the plug done and be sure? Or would one of those otherwise 'orrible solutions where you squirt some goo inside the tyre be a reasonable solution in this instance?