Ok, so I went to a movie last weekend and some @sshole punctured one of my almost new 35" Mudders. Discount refused to replace it because their lifetime warranty doesn't cover vandalism. They also refused to repair it saying it couldn't be fixed correctly. Its a tiny slash only about 1/4 inch long that looks like it was made by one of those keychain swiss army knives. They even tried to charge me $249 for a new tire even though I only paid $169 each for them originally. "Sorry, prices have gone up, nothing we can do about it" BS! I finally got them to give me one for half price as a "customer complaint" or something like that, but then they tried to take this tire away from me. I was like no way, if you replace it for free you can have it, if I have to buy a new one, then this one is mine. Then the guy has the audacity to ask me what I want to do with it. Geez, I'm gonna hang it over my mantle and stare at it for 3 hours a night, doesn't matter, it's my frikkin tire! Anyway, sorry for the rant. What I'm wondering is can a tiny sidewall slash like this be safely patched? I remember gouging a much larger hole in some 33" muds I had on my Toyota a few years ago and Discount patched it right up even though I hadn't bought the tires there, so I believe it's possible and I could at least get a good spare out of it, right? Thanks for the input.