Smittybilt Tire Repair Kit
- Complete Tire Fix Kit
- Extremely Compact
- Designed For Off-Road Vehicles
- Easy To Use
Smittybilt Tire Repair Kit.
Even the most hard–core, off-road tires can fall victim to the brutal environment of trail rides. Sharp rocks, a rogue nail or pointy trail debris can leave you stranded, but not with this Smittybilt Tire Repair Kit stowed in your rugged off-road vehicle. With this kit you’ll be able to re-inflate your flat and keep moving to get you back home safe and sound.
Features and Benefits:
- Complete tire fix kit
- Extremely compact for easy stowing when not in use
- Specifically designed for off-road vehicles
- Easy to use
Smittybilt proudly supplies thousands of active dealers and distributors worldwide with innovative truck and SUV accessories. Smittybilt has expanded its product offering to over 2,000 different products servicing the international truck and SUV markets. The constant involvement of management in the off-road markets has kept Smittybilt in touch with the latest market trends and on the forefront of engineering and design.
- Thirty Self Vulcanizing Plugs (30)
- Rugged Aluminum Hand Tools
- Folding Knife
- Pair of Needle Nose Pliers
- Extra Valve Stems
- Dual Head Tire Pressure Gauge
- Side Wall Bailing Wire
- Interior Tire Patches
- Easy-To-Follow Illustrated Instructions
- Compact soft pack for easy stowing
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Starting from this side, we're going to begin with the needle nose pliers, then we're going to use our reamer tool, the included rubber cement, the plug installation tool, as well as the tire plugs. We're going to get started with these needle nose pliers to get anything that you have out of your tire, get it out of there.
Here's the culprit of this flat tire. It's right here. I'm going to use the needle nose pliers and see if we can't pull it out. We had to use a little bit of a larger plier to get that pulled out, since it had such a big head. You can hear that it's hissing out of there. Now what we're going to use is the reamer as well as some cement to get that nice and cleaned, and then we can put our patch.
We're going to put a little rubber cement right here on the reamer. That way, it gets inside there, and it really seals it up. Just pop the cap. Use the back end of the cap to get that popped. Put some right on the tip. Make sure that this hole is really reamed out. The reamer's going to even out the size of this hole and make the patch fill in a lot better.
Grab one of the included plugs and put it over the insertion tool. Fold it over. Now, this is going to go right into that hole we just reamed out. There you have it. Your tire's patched.
If you've got your tire plugged, now it's time to fill it up. We're going to run this at about 35 psi to see how it holds. All right. As you can see, we're all buttoned up. We've got our tire plug in there. It's buttoned up to 40 psi. We're going to use this tire as a spare, as you should, if you have a plug in it. You can honestly still drive on it. However, it's better to have it as a spare. It only takes about 15 minutes to do this, and you can find this tire repair kit, as well as a few other tire repair kits, right here at CJPonyParts.com.
This product will fit the following Bronco years:
This product will fit the following F-150 years:
This product will fit the following Gladiator years:
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