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Tire Repair Tackle Kit

Tired of looking for your tire repair tools? Try a tire tackle kit. This 9-piece Large Tire Tackle Kit contains every tool needed for flat tire repair, in a compartmentalized case so you can keeps your tools and accessories organized and accessible at all times.

9-piece kit contains:

  • Full-size pencil gauge (5-50 psi)
  • T-handle plugger
  • T-handle reamer
  • (6) Tire plug strings

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Features

  • Tire repair tools organized in a green plastic tackle kit
  • T-handle style reamer and plugger included
  • Includes silver pencil gauge, 6 tire repair strings, T-handle rasp and plug threader
  • Pencil gauge has two-sided pressure tongue to measure 0-50 PSI and kPa pressure measurements

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    Additional Information

  • ASIN: B003V9VZBK
  • Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 820Reviews
  • Date First Available: July 9, 2010
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Durability 4.7 4.5 4.6
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Item Dimensions 1.3 x 1 x 1.6 inches 1.25 x 4.5 x 6.5 inches 12 x 8 x 2.5 inches 8 x 5 x 5 inches
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Q: Is this a temporary fix?

A: I’ve had this kind of patch hold for 25 k miles
Had one in for 1500 miles of Baja
But I…

Doug Morgan | 3 years ago

Q: How big of a hole can it plug?

A: You use the round file tool, included in the kit to widen and clean the hole. Then you fo…

George Mills | 2 years ago

Q: What size is the case? Specs say 1.6" or less in every direction and I know that''s wrong. …

A: About 3" X 5" X 1" hard plastic case.

albert j long | 5 years ago

Q: How long does the repair last?

A: I''ve plugged several tires and this is a permanent fix for a simple nail or screw in the t…

TJ | 3 years ago

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4.6 out of 54.6 out of 5
820 global ratings

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jessix
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
INEXPENSIVE SLIME TIRE PLUG REPAIR KIT DID THE JOB
Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2018
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Tire plug repair kits vary in price and included parts. Years ago I bought one of the EXPENSIVE KITS, many parts in a durable plastic case for about $60.00. This SLIM KIT is one of the LEAST expensive ones, (~$8.00 ) but it has the parts necessary to accomplish a good... See more
Tire plug repair kits vary in price and included parts. Years ago I bought one of the EXPENSIVE KITS, many parts in a durable plastic case for about $60.00. This SLIM KIT is one of the LEAST expensive ones, (~$8.00 ) but it has the parts necessary to accomplish a good plug repair in an emergency. It''s small enough to fit in your glove compartment.

Somewhere along the line I learned that it''s recommended to use RUBBER CEMENT when the plug is inserted. Other instructions say nothing about rubber cement. The first time I used rubber cement I realized it acted as a lubricant. The cement allowed the insertion tool, loaded with a plug, to place that plug 2/3rds of the way into the reamed hole. WITHOUT CEMENT I FOUND MYSELF FIGHTING TO GET THAT PLUG IN DEEP ENOUGH TO SEAL THE HOLE.

This convenient kit includes everything EXCEPT RUBBER CEMENT. There''s no cutting blade or single edged razor either, but despite directions telling me to cut off the excess after the plug is seated, I''ve NEVER been able to cut a plug, excess or not. THESE PLUGS ARE ALMOST AS TOUGH AS THE TIRE BEING REPAIRED. After insertion I push some of the excess back into the hole until I feel everything is seated and well-sealed, making sure I don''t dislodge the plug.

After doing several tire repair plugs over the years, I MODIFIED THE DIRECTIONS TO MAKE THE TASK easier for me. The rasp tool smooths off the hole but it would take me ALL DAY to make that hole large enough using a rasp or any hand held tool to take a sufficient plug. I use MICHELIN HIGH PERFORMANCE STEEL-BELTED RADIALS, multiple bias ply tires, GUARANTEED to last from 60,000 TO 90,000 MILES at sustained high speeds of 130 MPH. These are not the easiest tires to work with and plug as they are EXTRA STRONG.

I have to SQUISH the end of the plug with pliers to get it to fit through the slot of the insertion tool. Once it''s in, I have to PULL THE PLUG THROUGH TO HALFWAY., where both ends are equal length I NEED TO USE MY PLIERS OR A WRENCH to grip the plug end to pull strongly enough to pull it halfway through.

This is where I improvise quite a bit. I''m a LITTLE OLD "CAT LADY". There''s NO WAY I can push the insertion tool with the loaded plug 2/3rds of the way into the hole. The loaded insertion tool is ALWAYS 3X bigger than the reamed hole. Perhaps these high performance steel belted Michelin''s are stronger than the average radial tire? I''m a loyal brand customer. My Michelin''s have ALWAYS outperformed any other tire I''ve used over the years. The multiple radial plies PUSH BACK. To deal with this, I use my Milwaukee power drill after the reamer tool and increase the size of the bits UNTIL I CAN GET THE INSERTION TOOL TO ENTER THE HOLE WITH MODERATE RESISTANCE. I did a dry run the first time and I STILL HAD A PROBLEM pushing the insertion tool + plug deep enough. While I''ll use a drill bit that looks up to TWICE THE DIAMETER of the reamer, the drilled hole DOES NOT LOOK APPRECIABLY LARGER. It eases the insertion of the tool very slightly but just enough to make it possible.

NOTE: ANY insertion tool from any kit is troublesome for me UNLESS i REAM OUT THE HOLE WITH A FEW SIZES LARGER DRILL BIT. Different insertion tools from different kits are all about the same standard size.

FOR THE FINAL INSERTION, after everything is adjusted properly, I added some old jeweler''s glue. It was almost bubble gum thick so I wrapped the strand of half-set glue around the plug and the insertion tool and seated the plug to the 2/3rds point. Without using the glue as lubricant, I may have been pushing on that plug forever, even after I enlarged the hole. With the lubricant it took me only ~5 minutes of struggling to reach the advised plug depth. The cement I used WAS NOT RUBBER CEMENT, but it could be used on rubber as well as multiple materials. As I said, for me the glue acts only as a lubricant. If I didn''t have this rubber-compatible cement I would have used DUCO CEMENT. After using lubricant the first time I''ll never struggle to insert a dry plug again. THINNER PLUGS ARE AVAILABLE but they don''t make the plugging procedure much easier. Maybe threading the insertion tool is less of a fight but using glue as a lubricant is essential for me and makes plugging tires a fairly easy procedure.

I would add a small tube of rubber cement into this kit. A sharp single edge razor could also fit if you''ve been able to cut excess from a plug. I prefer to tuck the ends in somewhat so any excess can be placed between the grooves of the tire.

For the price, this inexpensive Slime kit can''t be beat. I''ve successfully plugged holes deemed "too big" in the instructions (I inserted a double plug for these) and I''ve plugged a hole approaching the sidewall after a professional Tire Repair service said it couldn''t be done.

After I plug ANY tire, I NEVER use it as if it is OK. These plugs work well for spare tires to get you home. They will last well over the 100 miles recommended by the manufacturer. I NEVER exceed a speed limit with a plugged tire on my car. Plugs are to be used for temporary fixes or to buy you time to save up for replacement tires.

This review includes installation tips that make plugging tires easier - and safer in my opinion. I never had a plugged tire fail on me using this technique. The $8.00 SLIME KIT is inexpensive and WORKS JUST AS WELL as the fancy $60.00 kit.
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Peter B
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Saved me a new tire price
Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2019
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Saved myself few hundred bucks as no tire shop wanted to do it cause it is in a corner of the tire and wanted me to buy a new one. This saved me and I did it myself in less than 2 minutes.
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Anthony
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Exactly What I Needed
Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2019
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I get a lot of punctures. I guess I''m unlucky. I have a total of three or four of these in use on tires across two vehicles. I use these in conjunction with Slime Rubber Cement. It''s great not having to put air in my tires every week or spend time/money at a tire shop. I... See more
I get a lot of punctures. I guess I''m unlucky. I have a total of three or four of these in use on tires across two vehicles. I use these in conjunction with Slime Rubber Cement. It''s great not having to put air in my tires every week or spend time/money at a tire shop. I have had zero issues using these for high speed track use or off-roading. Easy to do roadside or at home. At home is recommended, you can have the lemonade you made after life gave you a lemon afterwards.

Usage is simple:
1. find hole (spray bottle with soapy water helps)
2. use reamer/rasp
3. thread string through plug threader
4. apply some rubber cement (optional but recommended)
5. insert plug threader into tire puncture
6. pull plug threader out or tire
7. cut off excess thread
8. refill tire to desired PSI
9. ?????
10. profit

I highly recommend this for any car owner that likes to DIY and save money.
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Jorge
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good. But no cement and will not fit in the case.
Reviewed in the United States on January 6, 2017
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Good kit. Must have when off-roading. NOTE: does not come with cement. You can buy it separately just note that it will not fit in this case (if you wanted to have everything in the same place).
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Midas
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hold up pretty well.
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2019
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Last time I got a nail in my tire I went to an independent local neighborhood used tire shop, and was charged $10, just to plug a front tire that didn''t even have to be removed from the Car, I just had to have the steering wheel turned all the way to the side to expose the... See more
Last time I got a nail in my tire I went to an independent local neighborhood used tire shop, and was charged $10, just to plug a front tire that didn''t even have to be removed from the Car, I just had to have the steering wheel turned all the way to the side to expose the culprit nai. While leaving the shop, I said to myself "Damn, what a rip-off". I then thought "next time I''ll buy me one of these and do it myself". And it was exactly what I did. This Time it was my rear tire. I removed the wheel off the car and went to work. The most difficult process was the reamer part. Now I keep it with me at all times in my trunk.
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DavenRitaVille
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works instantly and permanent.
Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2019
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Saves a lot of money and time. Pull the object from the tire with vice grips and insert reamer to stop air excape. Use some rubber cement for lube, insert sticky plug all the way in and when you pull the plug out to seal, the tool cuts the plug off flush. The rubber cement... See more
Saves a lot of money and time. Pull the object from the tire with vice grips and insert reamer to stop air excape. Use some rubber cement for lube, insert sticky plug all the way in and when you pull the plug out to seal, the tool cuts the plug off flush. The rubber cement will show no air leaking. Pump tire back to operating pressure and go.
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tata
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
can''t insert the slime
Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2021
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I was all hyped up about this repair kit, but when it came to actually using it, I had a hard time inserting the slime stick (plug) in there. The slime stick stick won''t go in, even trying to hammer the T-handle insertion needle. I bent the T-handle doing that.... See more
I was all hyped up about this repair kit, but when it came to actually using it, I had a hard time inserting the slime stick (plug) in there. The slime stick stick won''t go in, even trying to hammer the T-handle insertion needle. I bent the T-handle doing that.
Fortunately, my brother who was helping me had another kit with a different kind of plug. That went in very easily. I patched my tire and threw the whole kit away.
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Michael Winegar
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great emergency plug kit
Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2019
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Bought this to plug a tire on my motorcycle. I ran over a 4-in framing nail on my way to work and managed to limp a low tire all to work. Plugged the tire and was able to get back home with zero issues. This has saved me buying a new tire. Works great and has held air like... See more
Bought this to plug a tire on my motorcycle. I ran over a 4-in framing nail on my way to work and managed to limp a low tire all to work. Plugged the tire and was able to get back home with zero issues. This has saved me buying a new tire. Works great and has held air like a champ. Definitely worth the money.
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Gary Walker
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great tool
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 22, 2018
This kit never ceases to amaze me,this actually does work,I was going to give it four stars only because of price,as you can get cheaper makes,but the handles on the cheaper makes break,anyway this will soon pay for itself,especially if you have a car with no spare...See more
This kit never ceases to amaze me,this actually does work,I was going to give it four stars only because of price,as you can get cheaper makes,but the handles on the cheaper makes break,anyway this will soon pay for itself,especially if you have a car with no spare wheel,you will need something to blow the tyre up with though if your stuck at side of the road
This kit never ceases to amaze me,this actually does work,I was going to give it four stars only because of price,as you can get cheaper makes,but the handles on the cheaper makes break,anyway this will soon pay for itself,especially if you have a car with no spare wheel,you will need something to blow the tyre up with though if your stuck at side of the road
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Roberto T.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
funciona muy bien, te sacan del apuro
Reviewed in Mexico on April 10, 2018
en México no estamos muy acostumbrados a este tipo de reparación o al menos nunca antes lo habia visto pero veo que en USA lo utilizan muy seguido, ya me toco estrenarlos y es muy fácil y rápido, ni siquiera se ocupa quitar la llanta, ademas que no hubo ningún tipo de fuga...See more
en México no estamos muy acostumbrados a este tipo de reparación o al menos nunca antes lo habia visto pero veo que en USA lo utilizan muy seguido, ya me toco estrenarlos y es muy fácil y rápido, ni siquiera se ocupa quitar la llanta, ademas que no hubo ningún tipo de fuga asi que lo recomiendo bastante
en México no estamos muy acostumbrados a este tipo de reparación o al menos nunca antes lo habia visto pero veo que en USA lo utilizan muy seguido, ya me toco estrenarlos y es muy fácil y rápido, ni siquiera se ocupa quitar la llanta, ademas que no hubo ningún tipo de fuga asi que lo recomiendo bastante
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Alex Papp
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Did not work out for me
Reviewed in Canada on June 27, 2020
Recently I had a flat and I couldn''t work with this product. I did everything as recommended, but I couldn''t introduce the rubber pars to fill the hole. Simply didn''t go in. It got thinner when applying pressure on the tool I even deflated the tire to ease the pressure....See more
Recently I had a flat and I couldn''t work with this product. I did everything as recommended, but I couldn''t introduce the rubber pars to fill the hole. Simply didn''t go in. It got thinner when applying pressure on the tool I even deflated the tire to ease the pressure. NOTHING. I made the hole bigger using the tool provided. NOTHING. Instead I had a bigger leak. Finally I had to put the nail back, fill the tire with the temporary leak stop and go to a shop to get it fixed for 15 bucks in 2 minutes. So .... it''s a no go for me.
Recently I had a flat and I couldn''t work with this product. I did everything as recommended, but I couldn''t introduce the rubber pars to fill the hole. Simply didn''t go in. It got thinner when applying pressure on the tool I even deflated the tire to ease the pressure. NOTHING. I made the hole bigger using the tool provided. NOTHING. Instead I had a bigger leak. Finally I had to put the nail back, fill the tire with the temporary leak stop and go to a shop to get it fixed for 15 bucks in 2 minutes.
So .... it''s a no go for me.
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Ric Youhavetostop
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
all around i recommend. you can even get it and put it ...
Reviewed in Canada on October 6, 2018
saved me money , The tired was going to be change at the end of the years ,didnt make sense to buy one tire before the other 3 , took me maybe 20 minutes and it was done , you really have to put strength on it tough. I used my drill to make the hole a little bigger because...See more
saved me money , The tired was going to be change at the end of the years ,didnt make sense to buy one tire before the other 3 , took me maybe 20 minutes and it was done , you really have to put strength on it tough. I used my drill to make the hole a little bigger because it was way too hard with just the kit. all around i recommend. you can even get it and put it in the car just in case with the air complessor oasser.
saved me money , The tired was going to be change at the end of the years ,didnt make sense to buy one tire before the other 3 , took me maybe 20 minutes and it was done , you really have to put strength on it tough. I used my drill to make the hole a little bigger because it was way too hard with just the kit. all around i recommend. you can even get it and put it in the car just in case with the air complessor oasser.
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Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Cheap materials, well past its shelf life.
Reviewed in Canada on January 19, 2020
Normally Slime products are quite good. This one however, was less than useless. The plug strips were dry and not tacky like they need to be, and the metal the rasp and threader are made is most definitely not cut out for the task. One of the prongs on the threader snapped...See more
Normally Slime products are quite good. This one however, was less than useless. The plug strips were dry and not tacky like they need to be, and the metal the rasp and threader are made is most definitely not cut out for the task. One of the prongs on the threader snapped off while trying to insert a plug strip. Not reliable.
Normally Slime products are quite good. This one however, was less than useless. The plug strips were dry and not tacky like they need to be, and the metal the rasp and threader are made is most definitely not cut out for the task. One of the prongs on the threader snapped off while trying to insert a plug strip. Not reliable.
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