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I bought one of the "Tubless kits" for my wee-strom off Ebay from this guy:

http://myworld.ebay.com/ebaymotors/rwbandler/

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http://www.motopumps.com/

What a cool little kit. It had a tire plug kit, the pump, a tire pressure guage, a valve stem remover, a flashlight and a cool 10 in 1 pocket knife. It comes all neat and tidy in a heavy duty bag. You can also select the type of connector for your battery.

I don't know this guy, nor am I benefitting from the plug. Just a great product.

Joe
 

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For that price they should come out and fix it for you. :?:
 

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Buy It Now price: US $34.99
Ended: Dec-31-06 18:18:53 PST
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US $6.40
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Item location: Lansing, New York, United States
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I got this from the link you posted, and if my math isn't too far off I see $40.39

A membership to a wrecker service is $2.99 a month (through cingular) I think through the AMA its about $40 a year. A plug kit from wally world is about $5

But if you are happy with it, that is what counts.

As for me, a plug in a tubeless motorcycle tire is just to get me to a new tire.
 

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You can save 5 bucks if you make him an offer of $30.00.

Forgot to mention that in my first thread...

Plus - you are not going to get any towing companies in B.F.E....

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Hey Joe,
Good to hear from you again. Thats a pretty neat kit. I got one for christmas from Aero Stich.I already have a compressor on the Strom, so all I needed was the repair kit....Oh, pretty sure I'm going to the Strom rally in Reno, see what you can do about going also.....
 
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