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Dr Air™ Heavy Duty 46pce Tyre Repair Kit

Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99

For Cars, 4WDs, Motorcycles, Bicycles, Trailers, RVs & Light Trucks

Comprehensive 46pce emergency 4WD tyre repair kit.

  • 5 x 100mm Brown Radial Cords
  • 5 x 200mm Black Radial Cords
  • 1 x Radial Cord Lubricant
  • 3 x 40mm x 72mm Inner Tube Patch
  • 3 x 50mm Dia. Inner Tube Patch
  • 3 x 40mm Dia. Inner Tube Patch
  • 3 x 30mm Dia. Inner Tube Patch
  • 3 x 25mm Dia. Inner Tube Patch
  • 1 x 80mm x 125mm Tyre Patch
  • 1 x 55mm x 75mm Tyre Patch
  • 1 x Patch Adhesive
  • 1 x Rasp / Stitcher Tool
  • 1 x Trimming Knife
  • 1 x Probe Tool
  • 1 x Insertion Tool
  • 1 x Replacement Shaft for Insertion Tool
  • 1 x Replacement Shaft for Probe Tool
  • 1 x Chalk Marker
  • 1 x Snap-in Tubeless Valve
  • 1 x 4-way Valve Tool
  • 3 x Slotted Metal Valve
  • 3 x Short Core Valve
  • 1 x Pencil Tyre Gauge
  • 1 Pair Working Gloves

    This Method of Repair should only be used in Emergency Tyre Repair Situations. The Tyre should be Inspected and Properly Repaired by a Qualified Tyre Fitter at the earliest Opportunity.


    1. The Wheel should be Removed from the Vehicle following the Manufacturer’s Recommended Procedure.

    2. Inspect the Tyre and Remove the Object that has caused the Puncture, use Sponge and Soapy Water to help identify the Position.
    If the Tyre Walls are Punctured they must not be repaired using this Method.

    3. A Rasping Tool has been included to Clean and Prepare the Punctured Hole. Applying a Small Amount of Vulcanising Adhesive to the Hole prior to rasping will aid Insertion of the Probe Tool.

    4. Select the appropriately sized Repair Cord for the damaged Area and Centre it through the Eye of the Insertion Tool. Push the Cord down through the Hole until you have inserted two-thirds of the Cord. Withdraw the Insertion Tool with a single Motion. The Tip of the Insertion Tool has been designed to separate and release the Cord as it is withdrawn.

    5. Trim off the Excess Cord with the Knife provided. Inflate the Tyre to the recommended Pressure. Check the repaired Tyre using soapy Water to ensure the Hole has been sealed prior to remounting the Wheel.

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