Most motorcycle tire manufacturers agree that if you must plug your tubeless tire for continued use, you should use this item called a Patch/Plug. It inserts from the inside-out which of course means dismounting the tire. The sharp metal quill guides the Patch/Plug thru the damaged area. Once rubber cement is applied to the inside patch head, the quill can be pulled off and the remaining air bubbles can be pressed out with your thumbs. This is the only type of tubeless repair plug that is considered permanent.
Consists of (6) Patch/Plugs. Thumb Buffer, .68 Fl. Oz. (20cc) Tube of Rubber Cement, & Instructions. Patch diameter is 2" (5 cm).
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.
Posted by Stephen S. on 7th Jun 2018
I got a nail in a tire with only 300 miles on it. My research indicated that the only safe, permanent fix is to use a plug/patch (the US Tire Manufacturers Association and the Tire Industry Association both state that this is the only acceptable permanent repair). The product is easy to use; I did find it helpful to watch the Motorcyclist Magazine "MC Garage" video showing Ari Henning using this product. I now have 2000 miles on the repair, and I am confident that it is good. In the past, I have had tires with plug-only repair slowly leak air. This tire doesn't leak. I've also had the bike up to (very) high speed on several occasions with no problem. In the future, if I need to do an emergency repair while out on the road, I will use a plug, but as soon as I get home I will take the tire off, remove the plug, and replace with the plug/patch. Great product.
Inside Out Plug Kit
Posted by Tom B. on 1st Jun 2018
Works as easy as you would want it to. Remember. Like anything you want to work well. Prep is priority. There's a good motorcyclist magazine youtube vid where Ari Henning uses this same kit. Its as easy as he makes it look. I've used internal plugs before and have never had a reason not to trust the repair.