|Item Weight||0.01 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 9.4 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||KAP30|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||752-178|
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Safety Seal KAP30 30 String Pro Tire Repair Kit with Storage Case
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Each kit contains 30 - 4 inch (10cm) auto repairs 30, metal t-handle insertion tool, extra insertion needle, wrench & set screw, metal t-handle spiral probe, lube, instructions.
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The long detailed review. This is an excellent product made in the USA. The kit includes which is unclear from the description
-Carry case (size 7.5" x 11.5" x 2.5",weight 2lbs 8oz Full)
-30 four inch repair plugs (Six year shelf life)
-Metal T handle insertion tool
-Metal T handle spiral probe
-Extra insertion needle and set screw(attaches to insertion tool with included Allen key)
-Instructions with pictures. (Although there is an excellent instructional video at the manufacturers webpage.)
-Two razor blades for removing excess material from plug after repair
I chose this kit for its high quality and the fact that the product is manufactured in USA. Also what I like about Safety Seal is that every piece can be ordered separately if needed for refill or replacement purposes. This kit makes an excellent emergency repair kit to keep in vehicle incase of flat tire. Most flats can be fixed using this kit along with an air compressor to inflate the fixed tire. Also you might want to add a plier to the kit for removing debris from tire if necessary. With 30 included plugs it is essentially a life time supply if used on one or two cars. The only thing that would need to be replaced would be the plugs as they can harden over time. I bought this kit because when I removed my summer wheels and tires for the season one tire had a slow leak in it. The tire with the leak had been plugged at a tire shop previously two years past and I assumed the plug was leaking and needed replacement. With winter over and the tires having to go back on the car I thought I now have to deal with the tire and researched this kit. I have never plugged a tire before but have seen it done many times and the instructions seem very straight forward and simple. I thought for the price it would cost to have the tire fixed at a tire shop I could get this kit leave it in the car and if I use it one other time it pays for itself. So I check the existing plug in the tire to find that it wasn't leaking so further inspection of the tire revealed a large screw was stuck in the tread. I followed the instructions and in under two minutes the tire was repaired. Very impressed with the quality and ease of use. I will be buying another one to leave in my other car as I prefer to use this rather than have to ride on a donut if possible.
Update, 1 month later: The brown plug turned black, as seen from outside. Air is holding perfectly. The plug is still visible on tire, so, if needed, I can redo the plug but it appears unnecessary to do so. I put remaining 29 plugs in Ziploc bag for future use. This kit was definitely worth the money, for peace of mind, ease of repair, and quality that will last a long time.
Update, 6 months later. The original plug is still fine. Another tire on a different car lost pressure and this was due to a wood screw between threads. Took out tire and got it patched and it worked fine, everything finished in one hour. Great product.
Update, 1.5 years later. All plugged tires are holding air as well as new ones. Since then, two more flat, one from staple on tread and another a pinhole on sidewall. I read warnings about sidewall but tried it anyway and it worked! It was actually easier to plug it there, less force required, and soapy water and driving on highway confirmed good seal. I was going to try mushroom type of plug, but online search convinced me silicon plug and fixed round shape is not likely to do as well as this string/rope type of plug, which can mold to the shape of puncture and is self vulcanizing. This product has saved me nearly $1k in less than 2 years and I expect it will continue to serve me well.
Update, 2 years later. Just replaced a tire, after running it for 110k miles and 8.5 years, and after plugging in FIVE sidewall pinholes and rips. The tire was a Goodyear tire and probably was rated for 50k, so it was time to replace it. It was nice surprise that all FIVE sidewall plugs, done by Safety Seal strings, held without leaking. This saved me thousands of dollars and dozens of hours visiting tire/auto shops. All of my other plugs have been on treads, not sidewall, so I think this tire probably had mfg defect/weakness. The plugs on treads are holding perfactly, TPM's not triggering and I do not have noticeable leaks, compared to tires without plugs. Safety seal kit is serving well and I expect it will continue to.
One tip--if you are having trouble finding your leak, use glass cleaner to spray on your tire. The leak will froth bubbles and it really stands out. It is also a good way to check your work at the end. The repairs strips are vulcanized and supposedly a permanent fix. So far, so good. Not a bit of leakage.
My only *minor* gripe is that the case for the kit is larger than it needs to be. They do make the same kit that comes in a smaller, more compact storage bag, but it costs about $10 more. I'll end up transferring it to my own bag and ditching the plastic container.