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Slime Safety Spair 7-Minute Flat Tire Repair System $9.00 Walmart YMMV B&M

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Slime Safety Spair 7-Minute Flat Tire Repair System

$9.00

YMMV In Store Only

SKU: 16406019
UPC: 716281003424

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...u=16406019

Walmart product reference.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Slime-...5/16406019

Product includes:
16oz, Slime latex tire sealant (TPMS safe).
Heavy-duty 12V tire inflator with LED light.
Built-in pressure gauge.
Convenient zippered case.
Safety Safety Spair System:

16oz, Slime latex tire sealant (TPMS safe)
Heavy-duty 12V tire inflator with LED light
Built-in pressure gauge
Doubles as a tire inflator
Refill bottle available - Part #10100
Repair good for 500 Miles
Convenient zippered case


It has good reviews on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Slime-7000...B001DZFZPG


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This is cheap, but I'd recommend not using this stuff when you can avoid it. Once you've "slimed" your tire, many tire shops will refuse to do anything with it other than throw it away.

Take your tires to Costco if you have a membership to get patched properly, or your local mechanic.
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This is cheap, but I'd recommend not using this stuff when you can avoid it. Once you've "slimed" your tire, many tire shops will refuse to do anything with it other than throw it away.

Take your tires to Costco if you have a membership to get patched properly, or your local mechanic.
True! But if you don't have a spare or your spare is bad, this is enough to get you home.
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Thanks OP. Picked up two of them, one for each car
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This is the very kit that came with my Nissan Leaf. My tire hit a curb that was jutting out and I got a small hole which I could not believe but these new higher gas mileage tires have very weak sidewalls.. Got this handy dandy flat tire repair kit out and the Slime just ran into my tire and out the whole. The inflator worked but it has very little force and it would take an hour to fill up a tire.I much prefer a real spare tire, and a full size one at that. What a day that was.
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This is the very kit that came with my Nissan Leaf. My tire hit a curb that was jutting out and I got a small hole which I could not believe but these new higher gas mileage tires have very weak sidewalls.. Got this handy dandy flat tire repair kit out and the Slime just ran into my tire and out the whole. The inflator worked but it has very little force and it would take an hour to fill up a tire.I much prefer a real spare tire, and a full size one at that. What a day that was.
Yeah.. you can't ever patch the sidewall. With any type of patch.
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"Repair good for 500 Miles"
sounds useless
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True! But if you don't have a spare or your spare is bad, this is enough to get you home.
Then fix your damn spare. Why would you spend money on a half-ass repair. Damn, people like to justify stupid decisions.
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Then fix your damn spare. Why would you spend money on a half-ass repair. Damn, people like to justify stupid decisions.
Try to have a bad spare (valve couldn't hold air) at 11pm at night and then get half of your ass home.

Idiots like you don't want to get home.
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Found the smaller version at my local Walmart that's just the compressor with gauge on it for $3.50.
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Stuff works ok, i've used it on a trailer tire before, you can reem and plug it afterwards for a longer term solution.
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