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Dynaplug
Tire Repair Plugs

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Dynaplug's® Tire Repair Plugs are constructed from viscoelastic rubber impregnated cord; the tip is made of non-abrasive brass. When a tubeless tire suffers a puncture, remove the offending object and insert the plug directly into the puncture. 5 plugs included in one pack.

Only for use with Dynaplug® Air, Racer, and Micro Pro/Pill.

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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Worked as advertised....
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
NW Oregon

Fortunately, I've only had to use one plug (pointed). Received a 4mm cut 1/3 distance between center tread and rim on a Schwalbe Pro One 700x25 mounted on a Dura Ace rim. Sealant wouldn't hold over 2.5 bars. Installed plug and it sealed instantly. Didn't have a blade to trim excess fibers so I just left them. Completed 60 mile ride without any loss of air. Trimmed fibers that evening. Plug lasted another 1000+ miles before it just stopped sealing, even with Stan's Race Sealant. Bought a refill pack of pointed plugs to make sure I wouldn't run short.

Reviewed 9/5/2020
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Great! I think
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by Anonymous

Great that I have them now..... Hope I never have to use them..... Wished Id had them countless times previously.

Reviewed 3/20/2019
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Works the first try
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by Hank
Portland

No more having to add a tube to a tubless tire when the hole was too big to seal.

Reviewed 6/17/2019
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Must-Have for tubeless tires
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by New Orleanian
Cycling Enthusiast
New Orleans, LA

These things are wonderful. I rolled over a shard of glass and cut a hole in my rear tire 7 or 8 mm long. I tried the bullet tip plug, but couldn't force it in the hole. But 2 of the pointed tip size next to each other sealed it in a hurry. After filling it with an CO2 inflator it held air for several days until I replaced the tire. I'll never ride without the handle and some plugs.

I only wish the larger plugs came with a pointed tip.

Reviewed 6/10/2020
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Have used the bacon strips and twist tool in past, switched to the dynaplug for The Hondo a tire killer in The Kansas Flinthills.
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by Scott B
Competitive Racer
Hesston Kansas

I had two punctures during race and used the dynaplugs

Find the puncture, insert the plug with tool, pull out tool. Viola, its that easy.

Reviewed 9/28/2019
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