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Old 08-13-2015, 05:00 AM   #1
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Stop & Go Tubeless Puncture Pilot Repair Kit


The Stop & Go Puncture Pilot Kit has everything you need to get back on the road and out of a jam.

The new Stop & Go Tubeless Puncture Pilot allows you to make an on-the-wheel repair to your tubeless tire and reinflate it on the spot. This kit includes the award-winning Pocket Tire Plugger with its 15 mushroom-shaped rubber plugs and the very compact Mini-Air Compressor. This all fits into a durable zippered canvas bag that measures only 7 x 3 x 3.5 inches and weighs only 1.7 pounds. They work on all tubeless tires ,while the Mini-Air Compressors are intended for use on motorcycles, scooters, mowers, small tractors, golf cars, and ATVs.

Check out the entire lineup of Stop & Go products like the Tubeless Puncture Pilot Kit HERE!

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