Stop Go Tubeless Tire Plugger With CO2
Compact with all the tools
Like everyone, this is a product I hope I never need to use. It's compact so I don't notice it when traveling and it looks like it has all the tools I would need to fix a flat and, with 4 CO2 cartridges, it would allow me to mess up the first time trying to fix the flat.
September 15, 2014
Looks great, will let you know
First, as always, Revzilla delivered this super fast and easy.
Second, I took the product out of the bag and it looks really great. The reviews (non-Revzilla) were really good for this product citing the mushroom design of the plugs and their effectiveness. The instructions were clear and I seems pretty straightforward in making the plug. The kit itself is not terribly big but isn't tiny either. Appears really well-made, although I will be happy if it sits at the bottom of my case and never gets used.
July 28, 2014
A must in long rides
Got this product a couple of years ago, first time I used it on an almost brand new rear tire, tire worn out without a leak after a year and a half;
Keep it in storage for long, last week moved to my Goldwing's trunk since I was getting ready for a long ride, 2 days ago and 3 miles from home, I noticed weird handling, stopped, checked: rear flat tire, found the hole, plug it with this kit, set proper pressure with an air compressor up to 42 psi, Once at home, checked the tire for leaks with soap foam, none!, today tire pressure keeps.
Still 10 spare plugs left.
Will get a second kit for my other bike!
July 23, 2014
Seems like a quality product
Luckily, I haven't used this yet. So I can not give it full review yet. First impressions are great so far, nice carry case, looks like solid tools well built tools. Plugs seem to be quality also.
June 30, 2014
haven't had to use this and hope i never do but seems like a quality kit
June 30, 2014
Having piece of mind can't be beat
The contents of the kit appear to be of quality, and after watching the instructional video, the product should be easy to use. Keeping it in my tail bag.
April 7, 2014
Easy Tubeless Tire Repair
I have several of these. This tool makes it very easy to repair a puncture in a tubeless motorcycle tire. In my experience, this is a very durable repair in a motorcycle tire. It will also repair punctures in automotive tires, but the steel belt damages the plug in use and it will eventually leak (plan on 50 to 100 miles). The good news is that you can install another plug if you need to. I'm not a big fan of the CO2 tire inflation systems. They will work, but it takes more then one cartridge to get the job done. I buy the inexpensive 12 volt compressors, remove the case to make them smaller, and then put an accessory plug on the electrical cord so it is easy to connect to the bike. (Be sure and have the bike running when you use it so you don't end up with a dead battery.)
If only there was something as simple as the Stop and Go tool to repair tube type tires.
March 24, 2014
A "Must Have" when you travel
This is one of those things that you hope you never need, but gives you peace of mind that you have it in case you do.
Saw a guy at a regular tire shop (for cars) use something like this to repair a puncture, so I suppose that this works similarly.
I have a bunch of CO2s for my bicycle flat kit, so one advice: IF EVER YOU USE THIS TO INFLATE YOUR TIRES, MAKE SURE TO GET YOURSELF TO A GAS STATION TO COMPLETELY DEFLATE THE TIRE and reinflate with regular air. CO2 permeates rubber faster, so this air is a temporary fix (tires will get softer faster.
Oh, price in RevZilla was cheaper than my local bike shop, and with RevZilla cash, you just can't lose.
January 20, 2014