This revolutionary new device easily installs mushroom shaped rubber plugs into all tubeless tyres 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 firm pull on the stem with your pliers seats the mushroom head on the inner wall allowing no air to escape. This technology insures maximum reliability while reducing your downtime in any situation.
Important Safety Information: This is a temporary repair and does not remove the requirement to have the tire professionally inspected and repaired by an authorised tire repair mechanic according to the required standards.
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Essential part of Bike KitBy: Paul Whetham on 10 September 2018I recently purchased a new Suzuki Burgman 650 and intend on doing extended rides around Aust. Being a large bike weighing 178kg it is too heavy to move in the event of a flat tyre. I saw the Stop n Go Tyre Plugger recommended on MC Rider Website and after receiving it I’m very impressed with the functionality and heavy duty quality. “Cluey Solutions” was the cheapest supplier of this product with Free Delivery which was very prompt. I would thoroughly recommend this product, every bike should carry one.
Just What I Was Looking ForBy: Kim on 29 August 2018A colleague had one of the Stop & Go tyre plugger. He took the trouble to demonstrate, to a group of us, how it could be used to seal a puncture in a tubeless tyre. I was most impressed by the principles behind the puncture repair through the effective means of preventing the loss of air after effecting a repair. The latter can, at times, occur because the internal tyre pressure can break the bond between the plugging material and the tyre and/or the displacement or ejection (partial or otherwise) of the plugging material. I used to use a different type/make of tyre plugger. Basically, it depended on gluing a straight piece of "rubbery" material to the puncture hole in the tyre . At times, it proved effective. At other times, there were problems in getting the plugger to work it's magic. For instance, I had a relatively large screw enter via the one of the grooves in the tyre where the wall would have been at, or near, its thinnest. Try as we might, that particularly plugger could not seal the leak. Perhaps, because the hole was in one of the tyre grooves, the thickness of tyre material available for adherence with the plug would have been limited and, subsequently, proved to be inadequate. As soon as the tyre was subjected to any significant pump-up pressure, a hiss of escaping air could be heard. Failure!!! Blaaah!!! At another time, the glue just did not seem to have any effect at all. At that time, I could not think of any other reason for the failure other than to attribute the problem to the glue shelf life having been exceeded - simple as that - but still a bummer!!! However, it is clear to me that the Stop & Go relies on different principles to stop a leak. I have not used, in earnest, any of the repair mushrooms, as yet. Nevertheless, I note, for the Stop & Go, no glue has to be applied. That is already a plus. For the Stop & Go, I expect the interference between the hefty stem of the mushroom and the hole in the tyre to be sufficient to provide an initial seal, at least. Then, as pressure builds up within the tyre as it gets inflated, it is then a no brainer to expect the mushroom head to come into effect as it gets pressed against the interior of the tyre surface. This would create a secondary seal which should/would be more effective, progressively, with the increase of tyre pressure. Because of the size of the mushroom head, I hardly expect the mushroom to be ejected because of the pressure within the tyre. If anything, I expect its effectiveness to increase with tyre pressure. In this way, it is clear why the Stop & Go should not have to rely on any messy glue at all. A simple and great idea. The crowning aspect of the Stop & Go is the way the mushroom is introduced into the puncture. Through the demonstration mentioned above and, subsequently, my personal "hands-on" with an old tyre carcas, I could see that it was a relatively easy process to insert the mushroom and to properly position it - which was all that had to be done before tyre inflation. Importantly, all of that can be done without taking the tyre off, which is a very important factor when out on the road somewhere. In summary, I believe the Stop & Go is the ultimate field repair kit. There is no messy glue to contend with. It is compact and does not have a shelf life. In my mind, it will be hard for another system to beat it in simplicity, ease of use and effectiveness. Now, all I need is an air compressor that will not take much space in my tail bag and I will be one concern less. A result of that demo has been that I and many others promptly placed orders for the Stop & Go. Of course, I fervently hope that I will not have to put the Stop & Go to the test when out on a ride. However, I am confident that it will perform as required every time if ever the need arises.
Brilliant productBy: Anon Amous on 18 October 2017Best thing on the market for tyre repair