There's Plugs To Get You Home & Then Plugs That Last
Lezyne Tubeless Pro Plugs are the most reliable solution for repairing a tubeless bike tire tread at home or in a workshop. These innovative mushroom plugs fill the hole and seal the puncture from the tire, maximizing the life of your tire. You can be sure that your repair will hold up even under the most extreme conditions, so you can keep riding worry-free.
The kit includes three sizes of plugs. With two 3mm, two 3.5mm, and two 4.5mm plugs, you can be sure you'll have the right size to fit your tubeless tire. The kit also includes two abrasive pads and two rubber cement tubes to ensure a secure seal.
- 3mm, 3.5mm, and 4.5mm plugs
- Seals punctures from the inside
- Weight: 4.5g
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
Mfg PartNum: 1-PK-PTBLSPO-V104
I cringed when I got a shard of glass in a brand new Vittoria Corsa Pro with less than 50 miles on it. It's too expensive of a tire to just toss in the trash, and so I started looking for a way to repair it. The Lezyne Tubeless Pro Plugs look to be the answer. It was easy to apply and seems to seal well. The tire went on one of a second set of wheels I don't use in the winter, so I don't have real world time on the repaired tire yet. However, every time I've checked it, it's still holding pressure. We'll see in the Spring. Would I race on a plugged tire? Probably not, but I am hopeful it will be good enough to use as a training tire. The selection of sizes is nice.
I recently hit a huge rock and put a gash in my new Maxxis tires. I was super bummed because the tires literally had two rides on them. Doing a bit of research, I heard about these plugs. They have worked perfectly and sealed like new. Highly recommended and saved me from buying a new $100 tire!
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