In general, tire sidewall damage is considered more critical and less repairable than damage to the tire's tread area. The sidewall of a tire is responsible for providing structural integrity and protecting the internal components of the tire. Any damage to the sidewall compromises its strength and safety.
As a result, many tire professionals and industry guidelines suggest that sidewall damage should not be repaired. Repairing a sidewall can compromise the tire's structural integrity, leading to an increased risk of tire failure, such as a blowout, which can be dangerous, especially at higher speeds.
It's important to note that each case is unique, and certain types of sidewall damage may be repairable in some circumstances. However, it is generally recommended to consult a professional tire technician or follow the guidelines of the tire manufacturer to assess the severity and potential repairability of sidewall damage.
Courtesy by industry professionals.