Stop Go Tubeless Tire Plugger With CO2
Piece of #@$#%
The plugs will not go through the insertion tube. I opened the package, read the instructions, Inserted a plug and turned the screw, nothing happened, soaped up the plug and tried again, nothing. Don't waste your money.
April 15, 2013
Peace of mind
I recently purchased the Stop Go kit for a friend's birthday gift. I've had a kit of my own for years although mine does not have the CO2 cartridges as I carry a small compressor in my saddlebag. Fortunately I've never had to use the kit for myself but I have helped two other riders. Both times the kit worked as advertised and got both riders home. The kit has sturdy components and is easy to use. Hopefully the kit is only needed on rare occasions which makes the laminated instruction card handy for a quick refresher before performing the tire repair. Great product.
February 11, 2013
Everything fits in a well made rugged bag and comes with laminated instructions.
September 24, 2012
Hopefully will never have to use
I've not had to use it, but it sure is nice to know it's there if I need it. The entire kit is contained in a compact, durable zippered pouch, so I can easily keep it in my tank bag.
August 27, 2012
The Cat's Meow
Includes everything you need and nothing you don't. Pouch is large enough for a set of pliers and is easy to store or transfer between cycles, your PU with trailer in tow, or your vacation vehicle. Included instructions are in a no nonsense format and durable enough to leave in the bag.
August 20, 2012
over priced for quality of product
A must have for an emergency tire fix (tubeless) Easy to use had problems getting a total seal with supplied plugs, held air long enough to get me home continued slow leak, lost 25 lbs in 12 hours
August 6, 2012
Compact and complete
I rode down to Pigeon Forge, TN last week from Michigan and back. Toured through the Blue Ridge and Smokies and wanted to be prepared for the unexpected.
June 25, 2012
This is the most recommended tire plugger kit on Bay Area Rider Forum. I personally have it, and while I fortunately have not had the wonderful luck of having to use such a device, I will attest to the compactness and quality of the individual components. It's a top-notch kit and many report of it doing its job well.
The posted video is of the kit in action. It says it's not capable of plugging angled punctures but I'm sure it will get you home or to a shop for better analysis of the situation.
April 23, 2012