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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.

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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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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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