|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 5 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||10000010|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10000010|
|OEM Part Number||10000010|
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ARB 10000010 Orange Speedy Seal Tire Repair Kit
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Coming in a compact carry case, the speedy seal includes all the components necessary to repair tubeless radial or cross ply tires, without removing the tire from the vehicle or rim. This includes a quality pencil type tire gauge with dual pressure range and dual chuck, insertion and reamer tools, lubricant, additional valve accessories and 30 self vulcanizing repair cords for complete air sealing. Spare repair cords are also available in packs of 50 from ARB, so before you head out on your next 4x4 trip, make sure you have got all the necessary equipment for making emergency repairs.
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In some reviews I have read that these are made in Australia. This is incorrect. ARB is an Australian company, but these are a "stencil" product (made by a third party and branded for the customer at the factory) and the sheet in the bag states it was assembled in the US using foreign parts, I am assuming from China or Taiwan (just a guess). The build quality is excellent and the gauge is accurate.
Some people are stating in reviews that this is super slow. They are not reading the instructions completely and are making a mistake. (I did it, too, at first. Always PRACTICE with stuff like this at home so you do not look like a moron at the trail head!) The stem remover will unscrew the stem and not remove it fully unless you know exactly what that feels like. If it is slow then you have not removed the stem core completely. Period. That is the *only* issue with these. The design will not allow for other errors - this is it. You need to do this several times at home until you have the procedure down perfectly. Once you have this down it will work every time. Also, my rims have had tires replaced at different shops over the years, and the valve stems are not a matched set. One of them does not like this tool much and requires a bit of extra attention from me, so I would recommend that you not practice this on a single tire but on several, possibly on different vehicles, as stems do vary a little bit. (My ARB inflator has issues with the stem on this same tire. I need to have them all replaced when I get new tires.)
Compared to other similar kits, this ARB kit is one of the best but does have some disadvantages.
These plug kits will allow you to repair punctures by removing the foreign object, reaming the puncture hole to make room for a plug, and inserting a sticky self vulcanizing tire plug to seal the hole. These plugs work on the tread area of a tire, they are not meant to be used on the sidewall. You will be repairing the tire form the outside only, so it's not advisable to keep this as a permanent fix. For a permanent fix, the tire should be dismounted and the inside of the plugged hole should be treated with a bonding agent. The plugs included with this kit and similar products will get you back home or to a tire shop where you can get a permanent fix.
Pros of this kit:
+ The best reamer and insertion tools available
+ Tool shaft/needles are not powder coated (this makes them much more effective)
+ Insertion tool includes a slider to hold the plug in when removing the tool
+ Includes internal valve stem parts, something most other kits don't have
+ Tire pressure gauge is ok, not great but not a total POS like most other kits
Cons / Considerations:
- The orange plastic case is big and bulky
- Contents of the case rattle and make noise with vibration
- Does not include extra insert tool or reamer blades/needles
- Does not include complete valve stems like some other kits
- More expensive than most other available kits
The case is the main issue I have with this ARB kit, other cons are very minor. If this kit had a soft case that was smaller and didn't rattle, it would be the best kit available. The plastic case may not be an issue for you if you are keeping it in a trunk, more of an issue in a Jeep.
Comparison to competing kits:
There are a number of other high quality tire repair kits available around this price point or lower, I have reviewed some of them also, but I'll share a little about each kit I am familiar with here and how they stack up.
Power Tank's kit Power Tank KIT-8133 Tire Plug Kit has a far superior nylon roll case. It's smaller and does not rattle. The Power Tank tools are not as good as this ARB kit, and the tool shafts/needles are ridiculously powder coated.
Safety Seal's kit Safety Seal 30 String Pro Tire Repair Kit has the best plugs. The case and kit is similar to this ARB kit but with steel tools instead of aluminum. Safety Seal has been making the best tire plugs for decades, get them as replacements no matter what kit you end up with.
Rugged Ridge's kit Rugged Ridge 15104.51 Tire Repair Kit is less expensive and includes extra tips for the tools. The tools are decent quality, not powder coated. Has a similarly bulky and rattle-prone hard plastic case.
Smittybuilt's kit Smittybilt 2733 Tire Plug and Seal Kit is very similar to the Power Tank kit. The Smittybuilt kit is currently available at half the price of the Power Tank or ARB kits. It has a zippered nylon case that is quiet, easy to carry and pack into your rig. Unfortunately, the Smittybuilt kit suffers from the same powder coated tool issues that the Power Tank kit has, and the insertion tool is also missing a slider. This kit is a very good value for the money.
All of the kits mentioned above are good kits, any one of them will serve you well. It's nice to have so many good options available. I hope this will help you choose.