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Puncture Repair Kits

Discussion in 'Overland Recovery Gear' started by TreXTerra, Feb 11, 2019.

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  1. TreXTerra

    TreXTerra Rank V
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    What is everyone using for puncture repair kits? I have a cheap no-name kit that I'd like to upgrade to a better one that has stronger tools. ARB makes one that I know some people use, but I'm curious if there are better or better-for-the-money (and space) kits out there. ARB tends to bank off the brand, despite many of their products being made in China in the same factory as the no-name product (their tire deflator comes to mind).

    This one from Boulder Tools looks more complete and is a few dollars cheaper.
    This is another one.

    So what is everyone using, and do you recommend it?
     
  2. DRLExpress

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    I have the Boulder kit but have not had to use it yet (knock on wood). Looks pretty good.

    Doug
     
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  3. Cav 3724

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    Safety Seal. Been using it for 15 plus years. Indespensible
     
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  4. TerryD

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    I just ordered two of the cheaper kits that only have the handles, plugs and lube. I figure I already carry the pliers. I think the kit was $17?

    The plastic case will go away too. I keep my kit in a zipper pouch so it takes up less space in the tool box.
     

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