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Stop & Go Pocket Plugger Tubeless Tire Repair Kit

17 Review(s)
SKU: 4604

Availability: In stock

$35.00

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Customer Reviews (17)

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Mission Accomplished!Review by Jesse
I just had an opportunity to use this kit (and my nifty Aerostitch compressor) last night:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jerlbaum/sets/72157623104378498/

This kit is like spy gear! The parts all seem to serve multiple purposes, all focused on fixing your tire. It's utterly compact, and very effective.

My puncture was from a 1.5" tack of some sort. The effect was I had two punctures about 4mm apart. I was able to put a plug in each, and the tire appears solid!

Thanks! (Posted on 12/31/09)
Well I finally had a chan...Review by Glenn Rogers
Well I finally had a chance to use my Stop and Go Pocket Plugger. Tooling down the Interstate up near Ashville N.C. I noticed I was losing air pressure on my rear tire. The BMW RT has the on board tire pressure monitoring sensors and as it got to 24 PSI I pulled of into the emergency lane.
Got her up on the center stand to have a look.I found what appeared to be metal filings and there were three of them, anyhow I ended up installing three plugs into this tire. I set up my Cycle Pump Air Compressor #4906 and had her pumped up in a jiffy. Happy Camper! (Posted on 5/18/09)
I know this is a good pro...Review by T. "Tuco" Harris
I know this is a good product, but a fellow rider says to use caution with steel belted (radial) tires. He installed a plug in a punctured tire, and after riding some miles the steel mesh cut through the rubber plug, and it popped out of the tire. (Posted on 5/18/09)
Haven't used it yet, but ...Review by Keith Taylor
Haven't used it yet, but good security for long distance riding. Complete & compact kit that fits in the saddle bag. Hope I don't need it. (Posted on 5/18/09)
I've used it twice. I re...Review by Michael Callahan
I've used it twice. I repaired a BMW GS front tire when the hapless rider was stuck in the Colorado boondocks. I also fixed a car tire with this kit. It works great. (Posted on 3/8/08)
The kit is complete, comp...Review by Camilo Santana
The kit is complete, compact and included tools sturdy enough to do the job a number of times.

It even fits under the sparse storage provided in my modern sportbike.

A must have. (Posted on 11/19/07)
Used it on a trip from To...Review by Raymond Rauber
Used it on a trip from Toronto to California. Worked like a charm. Held the tire pressure no problem. Could carry on as usual. (Posted on 4/21/07)

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