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Silverline 380421 Tyre Repair Kit


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  • Tyre repair kit
  • Includes many different accessories
  • Compact and easy to use
  • Includes pressure gauge
  • Silverline quality
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandSilverline Tools
Model380421
Item Weight581 g
Product Dimensions23 x 20 x 4 cm
Item model number380421
Manufacturer Part Number380421
Item Weight580 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB001QUN9UQ
Best Sellers Rank 354 in Car & Motorbike (See top 100)
Shipping Weight581 g
Date First Available27 Jan 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Quickly repairs small holes in tubeless tyres for 'off-road' vehicles only. Includes: T-handled reamer and insertion tool, 30 adhesive sticks, rubber cement, tyre pressure gauge and repair patches.

Manufacturer's Description

Quickly repairs small holes in tubeless tyres for ‘off-road’ vehicles only. Also repairs tyre tubes. Includes: T-handled reamer and insertion tool, 30 adhesive sticks, rubber cement, tyre pressure gauge and repair patches.

Recognised and trusted throughout the UK and Europe, Silverline’s comprehensive range of tools meets both current and future demands. New products, utilising the latest technology, are being delivered every day, ensuring Silverline customers get the very latest tools.

The Silverline range includes over 5000 hand and power tools for use in the home, garden and workshop. All Silverline tools come with unbeatable guarantees - hand tools are guaranteed for life, and power tools are guaranteed for 3 years.

Subjected to thorough testing, Silverline delivers tools that comply with the very latest standards in quality and safety. Through continuous monitoring and improvement of our suppliers, we supply tools that are approved and certified with long guarantees, so you can be sure you’re investing in the best tools on the market today.

Silverline cares about the environment. As our products are sourced from factories around the world, we run continuous improvement programmes to ensure we only deliver quality tools that comply with the very latest environmental standards.

Silverline is committed to supporting human rights and upholding moral and ethical standards. We monitor our supply chain closely through a controlled programme of factory audits and assessments. To pass our audit, all suppliers must actively comply with all relevant local and international legislation and demonstrate a good, safe and healthy working environment.


Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Only for domestic use


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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By andmc136 on 1 Dec 2012
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Handy kit to have around.

Despite warnings in the manual for off road use, the local country garage where I used to live has been repairing my car tyres using the plug system as is common in the USA, but I never realised how simple it could be to do yourself.

I bought this just to repair a tyre that had a screw embedded in it - it was cheaper to buy this whole set than to take the tyre to a repairer. The kit contained everything I needed other than a tyre inflator, jack (and pliers to get the screw out).

Over 1000 miles later with no issues and the kit has plenty of spare materials to fix more.

UPDATE 3DEC2012
Had the misfortune of a screw embedded in another tyre this morning on the way to work resulting in a flat. It took me only 20 minutes of my lunchbreak to repair in the car park at work. If the kit hadn't paid for itself the first time round it certainly has now.

Now I just need to find out which part of my commute involves driving over screws!

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UPDATE 7OCT2013
About 17000 miles later now and it won't be long before the tyres I repaired will need replacing due to normal tread wear - absolutely no issues with the repairs. Had no more punctures on the road but I have used it since to fix a tubeless wheelbarrow tyre.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 9 Jun 2011
As the title says. It's quicker than fixing a pucture on a bicycle.
2 notes: 1. It does not come with any instructions. You can find the simple but brief instructions for the kit on the silverline website in the form of a pdf file. You will need adobe pdf for this or in my case it just opens in Google chrome.
2. The only other thing you need is a pump and maybe a tool to pull out the cause of your puncture.

The kit comes with 2 tools. one is a bit like a needle and thread and the other is for making the hole in your tyre big enough to fit one of the rubber threads into your tyre. The thread then plugs your tyre from the inside. Both tools have handles which you will need to use in a push pull type of motion.

I had a nail stuck in my tyre but had not lost any tyre pressure. The nail was keeping my tyre plugged. What I did:

Jacked my car up making sure the puncture was in a position I could get to.
Let the air out of the tyre by releasing it through the valve of the tyre.
Used a plyer type tool to pull the nail from the tyre (Not included).
I then used the first tool. This tool files the hole from the inside. You must push it in and pull out until the hole is big enough that it moves in and out without too much effort.
Now the needle type tool. I placed the rubber type thread in the eye of the tool then pushed the tool into the hole turning it slightly to ease it through the hole. The instructions say to leave 2cm exposed. As I pulled the tool out I twisted it clockwise.
Once the tool was out the tyre is now plugged I then inflated the tyre to the correct pressure and tested the tyre for leaks. Once satisfied I then trimmed off the remaining rubber thread that protruded from the hole. The tyre has held pressure perfectly ever since.

Overall I would recommend this product as it's very easy to use and amazingly effective.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. Grice on 26 Dec 2012
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For whatever reason I'm finding I get more punctures from bits of metal these days - usually screws, nail or even pop-rivets.
Perhaps less road sweeping is done or other road users are less caring and leave more debris on trucks which can fall off.
The kit has been used to fix two screw holes so far and in both cases no leakage has been noticed and I'd be surprised if it ever fails in reasonable use.
The first time use is somewhat concerning as you are not sure how much force is needed to ram the strings through - quite a lot to be honest so be ready for that.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Terry Wells on 21 Feb 2011
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Used this to repair a double puncture three months ago, still holding pressure after several thousand miles. Repairs were quick and easy to do, repairs could be done quite easily at the roadside as long as you have a means of inflating the tyre. Depending on where the puncture is it could be possible to repair even without removing the wheel. One point, trim the excess flush with the tyre tread, it doesn't wear down as quick as you might think.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By hallo on 30 Jan 2011
I used this tyre repair kit a couple of days after receiving it,as a taxi driver working nights and with those god awful spacesaver spare wheels this kit is just what i needed,good quality and 30 rubber repair strips,well worth the money!!AAA+
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jamie Gibson on 3 Dec 2014
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This review is based on my first attempts to use the kit to repair 2 holes. I've not yet given it time to set and check or ride with it, so it is based on use only at this stage.

Using the reaming tool wasn't too bad and only took a few minutes until I was happy with it.
The repair sticks are very sticky, sticky enough to rip the vitrile gloves I was using, but I'd rather that than use no gloves as I don't know what's in the glue or how hard it would be to get off skin.
The biggest problem by far was being able to get the sticks to stay in the tyre. I inserted to the described depth and rotated the tool when removing, but invariably the stick would just pull out of the hole in a scewed up lump. This was the case on both holes that I tried, so I don't believe it was anything to do with the preparation of the hole.

I ruined 3 sticks in this way, and was ready to pack up and return it to Amazon for a refund, but I looked at the problem and came to the following conclusions. The sticky sticks were sticking to the tool, so was being pulled back with it. To try and prevent this I tried lubricating the tool with some spit (didn't want to risk anthing else reacting with the glue), and this did appear to help. #
The second problem was the 'release' design of the tool. It's a large needle with the end split, to in theory let you pull it out and it slip over the stick as you do so. I found the split to be too tight, so slightly bent the end to make the gap bigger.

These did make inserting a stick easier, but I still had to apply some downward pressure to the stick whilst removing the tool. Being as I can't see how much of the stick is inside the tyre, I'm not confident on how well this has applied.
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