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Slime 2040-A Deluxe Tire Repair Plug Kit EXPIRED

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Walmart has Slime 2040-A Deluxe Tire Repair Plug Kit on sale for $3.77. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks grantfuhr and iLikeMild
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Our research indicates that this Slime 2040-A Deluxe Tire Repair Plug Kit is $2.20 lower (37% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $5.97 at the time of this posting. -oceanlake

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Cheap but essential kit. It is an add-on, but it still allowed me to purchase it and ship on my Add-on Day.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000ET9...dDb8B74VBR - OOS

Also available from Walmart for the same price: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Slime-...A/16782762 Thanks iLikeMild
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Been using this type of plug for 40 years and never had one fail. These are only good for tread punctures and should not be used to close to the sidewall. I consider a tire repair kit like this one along with a small 12 volt air compressor mandatory for all my vehicles. I've plugged many a tire on the side of the road without even taking the rim off my vehicle.
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You honestly have no idea what you're talking about. Done properly, these can last the life of the tire.
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My shop specifically warned me NOT to use these plugs whenever I go in to get my blinker fluid changed.
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best kit to DIY for shoulder puncture repair even tireshop tells you no
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Used to use those back in the day wasn't considered safe even then. Anymore I think its a lot better to pay the $12-$15 and have a good tire shop do it. They combo plug it / patch it from the inside... Seems far superior to just plugging the tire the old way.
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Using these plugs will void your tire warranty specially Costco.
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when does the deal end?
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Always hesitant to use these with plastic handles. Had one snap on me during use. Luckily I was wearing thick leather gloves and it missed my hand/fingers.
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Been using this type of plug for 40 years and never had one fail. These are only good for tread punctures and should not be used to close to the sidewall. I consider a tire repair kit like this one along with a small 12 volt air compressor mandatory for all my vehicles. I've plugged many a tire on the side of the road without even taking the rim off my vehicle.
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not so long ago this could be found in a $ store
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This type of plug is worthless long term. If you use this, it'll create a bigger hole that may be unrepairable. Just go to a tire shop and have them patch it from the inside.
"Will create a bigger hole" HUH????
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I have had local garage patched for me this way ($5 or $10) and myself doing it close to 10 times over many years of driving on many cars. Most of the times, the punctures were on the outer most tread. No issues until the tire bacame fully or I found a good deal on replacement.
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