It still has a nice big pointy brass plug to damage the wheel. Nothing promising about it.Anyone tried new Dynaplug air (Dynaplug® Tubeless Tire Puncture Repair Tools and Accessories Or megaplug (Dynaplug® Online Store | Dynaplug® Megaplug Tubeless Tire Repair Plugs).
I looks promising, but it really works? "nonsymmetrical holes", sidewall rips...
Yes, they're considerably smaller and seem to be less sticky than the automotive ones. Seems some have had luck with them. I cannot recommend the Genuine Innovations plugs personally as the only puncture I've had that Stan's wouldn't plug, these couldn't either (even with 2 plugs stuffed in there). I now follow the same method dirtrider76 mentions above.Question are they scaled down for bike tires vs. the normal automotive plugs?
Me too. I wouldn't mind if they were more sticky, but otherwise they seem to work fine....and they're cheap, light and stow in you tire kit without fuss.I've used the Genuine Innovations product and it works great.
I have this... haven't had a chance to use it yet. Not too worried about the brass plug puncturing my tire. My tires rarely, if ever, bottom out.has anyone used this dynaplug to fix flats?
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Ironically, now they won't need to to damage the rim. That plug sitting in there gives you even less room to compress the tire.I have this... haven't had a chance to use it yet. Not too worried about the brass plug puncturing my tire. My tires rarely, if ever, bottom out.