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Stop & Go Tubeless Tire Shop Repair Kit

4.4 (14 reviews)

$47.95

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Professional quality tubeless tire repair kit. Allows permanent repair of puncture damage while tire remains on rim. In some cases removal of wheel from vehicle may not even be required.

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BikeBandit Store
I had one of the expensive CO2 kits I bought from BB a couple years ago, had to use it in the Appalachian Mountains last year, NOT impressed with the CO2. not enough to even fill rear tire half full, plus plugs did not seal well. I decided to try this one and get a small compressor to fill with.
Steve H on Jan 11, 2019
I had one of the expensive CO2 kits I bought from BB a couple years ago, had to use it in the Appalachian Mountains last year, NOT impressed with the CO2. not enough to even fill rear tire half full, plus plugs did not seal well. I decided to try this one and get a small compressor to fill with.
Steve H on Jan 11, 2019
why can't someone read the instructions and tell me what the part on the left is for?
wildbill,blues artist on Jul 7, 2010
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! The item on the left would be the rubber sealing compound that you use on the tire plug to hold it in and harden it.
What is the yellow thing in the left of the picture? Is this different than the portable tire repair kit by this company?
MachoBikeDouche on Nov 11, 2009
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! Unfortunately the manufacturer is not showing what this item is used for but this will include all the instructions in the package on its use. This one would be a bit different than the portable version but this is very similar.
Has pouch?
haileymon on Jul 7, 2010
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! This would not come with a holder pouch or bag.

Reviews

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Tubeless tire repair.
Haven’t used it yet, carry in trunk just Incase. Hope I never get to use it, but if I do, it appears well built and hell for stout.
July 2, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
Would you recommend
Yes
The Best product of its type by far
I've used one of these in my shop for years. Does an excellent job of putting a mushroom shaped plug inside the tire, all done from the outside without removing the wheel or tire. It takes a bit of practice to get the feel of it, so try in out before you are stranded on the side of the road with a flat.
October 12, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Would you recommend
Yes
Great Tool
Comes with a few pieces of paperwork that thoroughly describe how to use the tools. I was able to plug the tire with ease and it seems to hold air just fine. I have not been able to test ride since it is winter. Love how the kit is so compact and comes in its own zippered pouch.
January 18, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Would you recommend
Yes
Get one of these for your bike and another for the trunk of your car
Ok, had this for a couple of years now. Plugged my MC cruiser front tire that picked up a nail and (I know - should not have done this) I put another 15k miles on the tire with zero issue. Got another nail at 33k and plugged it again - this time long enough to get to the dealer to get a new tire.

This alone saved me TWO separate $250 tow bills and all the headaches associated with roadside flats. For a MC, you will need to also carry a CO2 cylinder type inflater kit.

It worked so well I got another one for the trunk of my car and also bought a little cig lighter plug in air compressor. Sure enough - came in handy the other day when I ended up with a flat on the side of the road. Instead of tearing up the trunk liner and breaking out the jack and donut spare, I simply plugged the tire on the rim while still on the car, pumped it up with my little portable compressor, and was back on the road in 15 minutes.

Gonna drive on that wheel till it needs to be replaced. It's the same repair a lot of tire shops use.

The kits come with more plugs than you will probably use in a lifetime.

WELL worth $45. It's built like a set of USA made Channellocks!
January 1, 2017
Would you recommend
No
never even worked one time
could not get the plug to even come out of the end of the product. tried many times and I remember repairing tube type tires in about 1955 so I know what I am doing
July 31, 2016
Would you recommend
Yes
great tool!
Works great easy to use! Would recommend this product for anyone! Can be used on most any tire and its a quick fix!
September 3, 2014
Would you recommend
Yes
PRODUCT LOOKS GOOD
I haven't had to use this yet but it looks like it is a great tool to have in your too bag. The package is a little large so you may have to repack it to fit it in a small bag. I hope I never have to use it but if I do I will be glad to have it.
July 11, 2013
Would you recommend
Yes
This repair works.
Just read the directions carefully and it will work.Iput the plug in on a saturday.I let the bike sit till following thurs. Had 38 lbs of air in tire, exactly what i filled it with on saturday!Lost no air.Get one and put it in your tank bag along with a pump or the co2 cartridges.It's worth it!
May 7, 2013
Would you recommend
Yes
Big insurance in a small package
As others have stated, I purchased this product because we were going to Americade this year and wanted a tire repair kit that was small but effective. Easy to pack, easy to use, or so it is noted. Fortunately, I did not have to use it so I cannot give 100% favorable rating.
June 11, 2012
Would you recommend
Yes
Should be carried by every motorcyclist
Should be a great tool to carry to get you home in the event of a flat tire without having to remove the wheel.
February 11, 2011
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