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Has anyone used or heard of the "Stop N Go" flat tire repair kit? It looks like it may be the one you need on a trip or where ever you go, auto or bike. Or is there something better? Just checking. Thanks.
 

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I don't know if they are the best or not, but I've seen many references to their kits and read a very positive review. Based on that, I bought one.

I haven't had the opportunity to try it out yet (and hope I don't get one!), but the kit looks like it will do the job nicely.
 

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My opinion is that they are one of the better kits out there.

There is not much else that will top it.

I have one in the trunk as well
 

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I have used the ropey string things and glue with good success. That is what I carry in my saddlebags now. In my younger days, on cruiser bikes, I have used them and then worn the tire out. Now that I'm older and don't heal as fast, I would use them only until I could break the tire down and patch it from inside. They are cheap and readily available at most auto parts stores.
 
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