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#607648 - 06/10/10 05:07 PM Re: Puncture repair kit [Re: 99Roadster]  
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Originally Posted By: 99Roadster
Nealy Tire Repair Kit

This one seems to work very well. Used it once on a riders split tire. Rode it home several hundered miles without issue. No cement needed.

Read the FAQ

Usual disclaimer, just a happy customer.


Another +1 on the Nealy kit. I've used it twice on other peoples bikes and it worked perfectly. Plus ANY company that will send the product AND an Invoice to pay for it AFTER they ship it to you is a company I like doing business with.


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#607673 - 06/10/10 06:01 PM Re: Puncture repair kit [Re: RedMac]  
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I was hit-and-miss with Stop-N-Go mushroom plugs. They'd seal... and then leak 10 or 30 minutes later. I bat 1000 with those Monkey Grip sticky string kits. I used to strip the case off a cheap 12V compressor to save space but the Slime brand unit I have now is nice and compact.

#607752 - 06/10/10 10:44 PM Re: Puncture repair kit [Re: Penforhire]  
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I've made up my own kits. Brown rope plugs that are available from auto suppliers are what we use at the shop and are trouble free. You can buy a cheap reamer and plug installer kit at any auto parts store or buy better quality from a tool dealer like Snap-on. There are quite a few CO2 rigs available on the internet some good and some not so good. Carrying an extra CO2 cylinder or two is a good idea because it is much easier to push a plug into an inflated tire.


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#607755 - 06/10/10 10:58 PM Re: Puncture repair kit [Re: Dan M]  
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I carry two kits as well,
the Dyna Plug for very small holes,

http://www.dynaplug.com/

and the Nealey for larger holes:
http://www.tirerepairkit.com/

CO2 bottles are little help, get a small slime 12V pump

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