Stop & Go Tire Mobility Kit Enables Vehicle Owners to Quickly Perform Safe Tire Repair

Stop & Go International, Inc. presents their Tire Mobility Kit to enable vehicle owners to perform safe emergency roadside tire puncture repair. Allows the motorist to quickly perform repair and resume normal highway speeds. The kit combines the company’s award winning Pocket Tire Plugger with a quality American made air compressor, and the industry leading Accu-Gage® precision tire air pressure gauge. Unlike spray-in tire sealants that provide inconsistent results, enough spray to fix only one tire, and often require replacement of the tire due to build-up of sealant material, the Tire Mobility Kit insures maximum reliability and provides for repair of multiple tires. Further, no spray sealant is used – thereby facilitating tire shop permanent repair without necessitating tire replacement. This revolutionary new device easily installs mushroom shaped rubber plugs into all tubeless tires while staying on the wheel. The Plugging device ‘drives’ the plug into the hole with a turning of the hex wrench. The plug expands under pressure to fill the punctured area. A pull on the stem with the included pliers seats the mushroom head on the inner wall allowing no air to escape. This tubeless tire repair kit gives you all the necessary hand tools and (15) mushroom shaped rubber plugs to make effective repairs on your car, truck, SUV, RV or trailer. The reliable high-quality compressor requires only 5-6 minutes to fully inflate your car tire, and its performance can be monitored by observing the in-line Accu-Gage® with bleeder valve and brass clip-on valve chuck.


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