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Slime 70004 Automotive 48-piece flat tire repair kit $45.00 @Amazon

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Finally this has dropped in price again from $57 (lowest was 44.59 in sept 2018) This is one of the most complete highly reviewed set with a great air compressor and includes the battery cable adapter. This set is cheaper with seemingly quality stuff inside than to buy separately.

Uses: A Must buy for any car originally equipped with run flat tires and switched out to regular tires (no spare) gives you plugs, slime and air everything needed to get back on the road. The things the kit lacks is road emergency lights/flares, and a jumper cable but it's price reflects that and I'd rather buy a high quality jumper cable than cheap ones that come with kits.

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Cool stuff, nice kit.
But FYI
Putting this in your tire may void your warranty. quick googling yielded this, but I've heard of the issue before.
http://www.city-data.com/forum/au...es-un.html
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Cool stuff, nice kit.
But FYI
Putting this in your tire may void your warranty. quick googling yielded this, but I've heard of the issue before.
http://www.city-data.com/forum/au...es-un.html [city-data.com]
Great Point! So it sounds like don't use the slime unless the tire plugs don't work or in emergency, It can void warranty cause vibrations unbalancing tires.
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