Motorcycles with spokes generally have tube-type tires. Therefore, there are still a good number of tube-type tires in use today. A great deal of patience and an excellent set of tools are essential as a pre-requisite to starting this task. This kit contains (3) 9 ½ inch steel tire levers used for dismounting the tire from its’ wheel. A .68 fl. oz. tube of rubber cement and 8 feather edge patches in two sizes are included along with a buffer tool and valve cap/core remover. Re-inflation and re-seating the bead is accomplished with the use of the enclosed (4) 16 gram CO2's and discharge Adapter. The repair instructions are laminated to hold up over time. This kit will prevent being stranded and minimize downtime in most situations involving a punctured tire. It’s always good to carry a spare tube as this eliminates the need for using patches.
- (4) 1 ¼” Round Vulcanizing Patches
- (4) 2” Round Vulcanizing Patches
- (3) 9 ½” Steel Tire Levers
- (4) 16 gram CO2 Canisters
- (1) CO2 Discharge Adapter
- Thumb Buffer
- Tube of Rubber Cement (.68 fl. oz.)
- Valve Cap with Core Remover
- Laminated Instructions
- Heavy-Duty Vinyl Zippered Pouch (9.5” x 4” x 1.5”)
- Weighs: 2.5 lbs.
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.