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Wife bought me this about 2 years back used it 3 times
 
2 on cars one on the bike with 100% success,
 
does what it says on the tin, this is the bike tyre I just
 
took off, it's done about 4,000 over that time it as not
 
lost a lb in pressure, same with the car.
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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The camera picks up the plug on the outside of the tyre
 
much better than the eye, it is quite difficult to find were
 
it is very difficult when on the vehicle.
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Beemer
[video src=https://youtu.be/uMimqfJVedE]  
 
Seriously though, it seems alright. It's worked for you so far. Will it work as well for everyone else??? Who can say for sure?
 
BTW, I apologize for the awful Elaine dance in the video.  ;)

Beemer

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Guest Ralph
Well it's more chance of getting you home than doing a dance but no I cant honestly say every one will be able to use it.

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Guest 2wheeler
I have that same kit with the inflators. It stashes beautifully under the passenger seat.
 
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CapnKirk
I use Dynaplugs for my cars and bikes.
 
http://www.dynaplug.com/
 
Have made 5 repairs total over the last several years. Never had a leak.
 

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Guest Ralph
These type of repair are not intended to be permanent so read the instructions
but as a get you home they work very well, even as a temporary repair and restricted
speed it will get you home or to a safe place.
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CapnKirk
These type of repair are not intended to be permanent so read the instructions but as a get you home they work very well, even as a temporary repair and restricted
speed it will get you home or to a safe place.
Have over 100,000 miles on dynaplugs in my vehicles. They are quite permanent. I plugged an R3 rear tire shortly after I sold it for the guy who bought it. He is riding it daily.   
 
http://www.dynaplug.com/about.html
 
 
"Founded in 1991, Dynaplug® was designed as an easy-to-use solution for DIY tubeless tire repair. In fact, this DIY solution will make fast, permanent repairs on 98% of all tubeless punctures. It doesn’t require any reaming, chemicals, adhesive or waiting time. Simply remove the puncture object and insert the repair plug."
 
Ride Safe!
 
Kirk
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rowdy
I've got the DynoPlug too. I've also used the gummy worms and the little hooked insertion tool. Always used them as a permanent solution and never had a problem. I would never try to use them on a tear, but for a nail hole, yea.
If it makes you feel better, go ahead and replace the tire, but I like to live on the edge...

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Mr.Puss
Wife bought me this about 2 years back used it 3 times 
2 on cars one on the bike with 100% success,
 
does what it says on the tin, this is the bike tyre I just
 
took off, it's done about 4,000 over that time it as not
 
lost a lb in pressure, same with the car.
 
 
 
 
The camera picks up the plug on the outside of the tyre
 
much better than the eye, it is quite difficult to find were
 
it is very difficult when on the vehicle.
 Good to know! This thingy is on my list....hmmm maybe dyna-plug instead..... 

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