The perfect gift that no car owner should be without, don't risk getting stranded or waiting hours for a tow truck. Get TireJect's Emergency Flat Tire Repair Kit that comes with everything you need to repair a flat tire including a source of air.
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|Inflation Speed||30 Seconds||5-10 Minutes|
|Self-powered (no power source needed)|
Compact Car, Mid-size Sedan, Motorcycle
For tires up to p215/50/17
4oz per tire
Full-size Sedan, Crossover, Small Pickup Truck/SUV
For tires up to p245/65/18
6oz per tire
Full-size Pickup Truck or SUV
For tires over p245/65/18
8oz per tire
April 12, I used Tireject on a front tire side puncture, edge of the "steel belt", which NTB would not plug nor patch due to puncture location on my Town & Country. I installed Tireject, pressured to 48psi (36psi mfg recommended), tilted tire to coat puncture, mounted & drove 70mph for 10 miles to polymerize Tireject, my tire pressure scensor indicated 55psi which I reduced upon home return. No balancing issues up to 75mph, no pressure loss until July 4 when a car ran a Red Light in front of me, causing me to "scretch my brakes" -distorting my tires. Over 4 days I lost 8psi, so, I installed more Tireject using the same process formerly mentioned & sealed the leak. With 2 doses of Tireject now inside my tire, it has a slight bouncing at 60-65mph, I do not notice it at 70mph+. Though not recommended by Tireject for side puncture fixes (due to centrifical forces only on tread location) AND not recommended for "high" speed, the first dose worked in both areas for me until distored in that scretching stop. Directional swaying due to normal turning left/right did not open the puncture. My repair result may not work for you, always use Tireject's recommendations.
Haven't used it & hope I won't need to but I feel better having it with the civil unrest on the roads having a flat at the wrong time would be dangerous.
the only improvements I think are needed 1. a heavy nylon pouch for the kit
I had to buy one. 2 you need to offer extra cylinders @ a reasonable cost so the kit can be reused + I have had 3 flats @ 1 time when some nails dropped in front of my vehicle with the kit I can only fix 2 tires.
We have 80 tires on the road and in the woods. We use the TireJect fluid when we don’t have a spare. We have no complaints. We work in adverse environmental conditions and it holds up even on rough and rocky terrain. Have used it in ATV tires and heavy trailer tires. Make sure you put the red cap on valve stem afterwards to remember it was a flat tire at one time! Also make sure you buy the correct fluid for your application and read directions before using.