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Not exactly in the garage... Tubeless Tire Repair on the roa

Postby SnoDrtRider » Sat Mar 16, 2019 7:35 pm

What is everyone using or more specifically has used with success on the road for tubeless tire repair.
Plugs, tools, cement, pump, etc.
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Re: Not exactly in the garage... Tubeless Tire Repair on the

Postby zoomtoob » Sun May 12, 2019 11:39 am

Good question. Was thinking of grabbing the spike tubeless repair thing. I carry patches but have not had a flat. Like ever...

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Re: Not exactly in the garage... Tubeless Tire Repair on the

Postby Ron_Ces » Mon May 13, 2019 8:14 am

zoomtoob wrote:Good question. Was thinking of grabbing the spike tubeless repair thing. I carry patches but have not had a flat. Like ever...

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Re: Not exactly in the garage... Tubeless Tire Repair on the

Postby zoomtoob » Mon May 13, 2019 8:31 am

Yes I did...

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Re: Not exactly in the garage... Tubeless Tire Repair on the

Postby need2boat » Mon May 13, 2019 9:25 am

In the fall I had the chance to use both the higher end Stop & Go that use the mushroom style plugs and also the cheaper style that use the sticky snakes. At the time I was on bias ply tires which I don't think really change things but I'll point that out.

The Stop & Go plugs kept working themselves out after 25 miles or so. Luckily I did have a pump. Afterwards I switched out the stop & go kit for the snake style as they did work fine for me and the price of the kits are 1/10th the price. I will say the Stop & Go kit is well made, good instructions and the plugs install easily but for me they just kept working free and I did have a friend install the second one thinking I was doing to wrong. The snake style install a little slower but it did hold till I changed out the tire over the winter and the plugs were inside the tire. . .

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Re: Not exactly in the garage... Tubeless Tire Repair on the

Postby VinceSant » Mon May 13, 2019 2:47 pm

need2boat wrote:In the fall I had the chance to use both the higher end Stop & Go that use the mushroom style plugs and also the cheaper style that use the sticky snakes. At the time I was on bias ply tires which I don't think really change things but I'll point that out.

The Stop & Go plugs kept working themselves out after 25 miles or so. Luckily I did have a pump. Afterwards I switched out the stop & go kit for the snake style as they did work fine for me and the price of the kits are 1/10th the price. I will say the Stop & Go kit is well made, good instructions and the plugs install easily but for me they just kept working free and I did have a friend install the second one thinking I was doing to wrong. The snake style install a little slower but it did hold till I changed out the tire over the winter and the plugs were inside the tire. . .

Joe

The sticky snakes type plug comes in a few different sizes. You always want to use the larges size you can put in the hole, if you do, they hold up well and stay in place.
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Re: Not exactly in the garage... Tubeless Tire Repair on the

Postby need2boat » Mon May 13, 2019 3:17 pm

Good to know. The kit I got from AMAZON only had one size.

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Re: Not exactly in the garage... Tubeless Tire Repair on the

Postby zoomtoob » Mon May 13, 2019 3:29 pm

Use two? I've done a ton of car tires...

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