Is there a way to repair a hole on the bead. Heard about a possible intertube
While I tend to agree with what your saying I want to add a few points of clarification. While there's often steel belts in the bead there's rarely steel belts in the sidewall. Sidewalls are made mostly of just nylon, polyester, etc. belts. Steel belts are commonly found in the tread plies.No reputable tire shop will repair that tire. For one, the tire flexes at the sidewall, and a patch just won't hold contact. Second, like has been said above, there are steel belts on the sidewall. Once there is a puncture on the sidewall, the integrity of the tire has been compromised. That little puncture will spread quick, resulting in a blow out.
Anything can be fixed, it just might not be a good idea to do so. I mean, you can recap tires, recycle them from the woods and all sorts of other crap.Can't be fixed and you will not be able to get anyone to do it anyway.