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Stopngo Deluxe plug tire kit $37.46 shipped down from $49.95

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Stopngo has 25% off their entire site with coupon code onetime25

These are great quality tools and plugs for Tubeless Tires
good idea to have one of these in each car you own.

The deluxe Plugger is normally 49.95 and ships free with 25% off = 37.46

2 pocket tire plugs 35.95 each -25% off = 26.96 each shipped free.

Lots of options. Good deals to be had.

Coupon code "onetime25"
Free shipping over $50

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Not to TC but these "kits" usually include many tools which most folks already have. Local auto parts stores sell the hole reamer, plug inserter and several plugs for $8-10. Granted they're not the mushroom plug but I've never had one fail.
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NOTICE: The accepted industry standard recommended by the RMA (Rubber Manufacturers Association of America) requires that an injured tire be demounted, the interior inspected, the injury drilled out, and a plug-and-repair unit installed by a trained professional.

"The instruction manual says no faster than 50 MPH and *8*no more than 100 miles on a plugged tire***. I exceeded both. I checked the pressure every day and constantly monitored the motorcycle for even a hint of pressure loss in the rear tire. 1700+ miles later it still is holding air. Thanks very much for an excellent product."

Very temporary....
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If you have a Discount Tire (or America's Tire) they'll repair your flat for freeeeee
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Quote from Arcticat
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NOTICE: The accepted industry standard recommended by the RMA (Rubber Manufacturers Association of America) requires that an injured tire be demounted, the interior inspected, the injury drilled out, and a plug-and-repair unit installed by a trained professional.

"The instruction manual says no faster than 50 MPH and *8*no more than 100 miles on a plugged tire***. I exceeded both. I checked the pressure every day and constantly monitored the motorcycle for even a hint of pressure loss in the rear tire. 1700+ miles later it still is holding air. Thanks very much for an excellent product."

Very temporary....
You plugged a motorcycle tire? That's a big no-no. Just spend the $150 for a replacement
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Only wanted the simple Tubeless repair kit. Since I don't need $50 of stuff at the Stop N Go web site, the shipping makes this about normal price on Amazon with free Prime shipping. Plus I got my normal 5% back on Amazon. But thanks, OP. I didn't know the mushroom plug kit. My car doesn't have a spare but has an inflator and some cheesy plugs. This looks much better.
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You plugged a motorcycle tire? That's a big no-no. Just spend the $150 for a replacement
I'd agree depending on situation. If I'm out on a ride, I'm going to plug and ride home. Waiting for a motorcycle tow/transport sucks, so carry a small patch kit with you.
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You plugged a motorcycle tire? That's a big no-no. Just spend the $150 for a replacement
I've plugged many tires in my motorcycles and buddies motorcycles. Never one single issue. In the triple digits, leaned over in the turns and thousands of miles with plugs never 1 single failure
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so this is not for cars?
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This is a huge waste of money, i have patched multiple tires with the standard plug for years. Never had any of them leak. Not only is this a waste, the hole they have to make to get that plastic mushroom in is huge, most holes tires develop are tiny and from nails. Total waste of money and it's way more labor then a standard patch 🤣
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SD has a lot of tire experts, some with PhDs in tire repair. Waiting for them to all post their comments.
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Its actually quite fantastic... the mushroom head is very smart!

I just plugged my tire.. it went like this:

- remove nail
- clear hole and widen a drop with tools to fit plug.
- insert plug
- pull plug out two inches
- infalte tire
- cut plug.

the unque thing here - is that now - post infaltion the air is actually putting pressure on the mushroom head to stay against the wall - where's a standard plug can move around and may not sit "flush" - this will have zero leak for sure.. it's easy - it's practical and it's sure to live up to the countless reviews saying it last the life of the tire... those strips are so 1980....

not to sound like a fanboy.. take what you can afford - something is better than nothing.. just regarding how long the plug will last this seems best.
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